Around the University

Around the University

The McClay Library

The award –winning McClay Library, which opened in 2009, blends the best features of a traditional library with the latest technology and all staff can enjoy access to its many resources.

The iconic CS Lewis Reading Room is a serene reading space, decorated with glass-engraved inscriptions from the Belfast author’s works as well as a hand-carved replica of the famous wardrobe door from The Chronicles of Narnia.

The McClay Library

Queen's Sport Climbing Wall

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Queen's Sport

The University has great sporting facilities which are second to none, which staff can avail of.

Queen’s Sport is on the doorstep of the main campus and staff enjoy reduced membership rates.

Queen's Sport

Queen's Film Threatre

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Queen's Film Theatre

Literally a hidden gem, the QFT is nestled behind the Georgian façade of 20 University Square. Presenting the best in classic and new world cinema, in an intimate space, it's a unique cultural venue.

Queen's Film Theatre

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Botanic Gardens

A hugely popular part of south Belfast, Botanic Gardens is great for a short stroll, a wander around the Victorian Palm House or a lie on the grass.

A hive of activity and a riot of colour in the summer months, the Gardens are immaculately maintained all year round and are home to numerous varieties of trees, bushes, shrubs and flowers.

Botanic Gardens