The bustling University campus is at the heart of Queen's Quarter, perfectly situated for easy access to South Belfast's vibrant bar and restaurant scene, and just a short walk from main transport hubs and all the amenities of the city centre.
How to Find Us
The centrepiece of the University.
Situated on University Road, in leafy South Belfast, the Lanyon Building is a pleasant 10 minute stroll from Botanic Train Station and less than a mile from the Europa Bus Station and onward services to the rest of NI and beyond. It is well serviced by metro Bus Services to the City Centre one mile away.
A hidden gem of the University area.
Set back from the road in magnificent 13 acre grounds, Riddel Hall is a short walk from the main University campus on the popular Stranmillis Road. A metro bus stops just outside, and it also benefits from free parking on site and easy access to arterial routes in and out of the city.
When You Arrive at Queens
Bringing your car
Parking is available on the main site at evenings and weekends, and on weekdays for event organisers by prior arrangement. Free parking is available at Riddel Hall at all times.
Accessing the University network
The University benefits from free WIFI access via the Cloud. For those requiring additional capabilities, individual WIFI logons can be arranged for a small fee.
Queen’s University is committed to ensuring the safety of staff, students and members of the public attending events within the University.
The Policy for Health and Safety at Events outlines the procedures which need to be followed by External Hire clients to ensure this safety.Health and Safety Policy
Purpose built student accommodation available for hire.
Situated in a leafy residential area a short stroll from the main University campus, Elms Village offers delegate accommodation outside term-time on a bed and breakfast basis. There are 1,500 single en-suite rooms, all with high-speed internet access.Visit Queen's Accommodation website
Queen's University Belfast has partnered with not-for-profit group AccessAble, which promotes accessibility, to develop guides to help our staff, students and visitors get to and around our University buildings and sites more easily.
The guides provide detailed access information on our buildings and facilities specifically to help people with an accessibility need.