Gardens, gardens, and more gardens; that’s what Northern Ireland could offer its people as well as those who are coming to visit it for a change – that’s of course in addition to those cultural buildings and places which are usually placed on the top of the list for the things and places that one should visit in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

The Botanic Gardens in Belfast, Northern Ireland, is a public park that occupies 28 acres of South Belfast which is considered a good destination for tourists because it is close enough to the Ulster Museum which is located at the main entrance and is also considered a place for office workers and students because the Queen’s University is nearby as well.

There is a history behind these gardens which is now for the public; the Botanic Gardens used to be a private place back when it was first originated and it was only opened for members of the public on Sundays prior to 1895 and after that when it was bought by Belfast Corporation, it was then open to the public who could enjoy a walk through it anytime during the week.

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Botanic Gardens - Belfast - Northern Ireland - Walk NI - NI - Places to Visit in Northern Ireland
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There is a history behind these gardens which is now for the public; the Botanic Gardens used to be a private place back when it was first originated and it was only opened for members of the public on Sundays prior to 1895 and after that when it was bought by Belfast Corporation, it was then open to the public who could enjoy a walk through it anytime during the week.

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