The Lovely Woodvale Park
Woodvale park has recently been refurbished as part of the investment programme that includes new facilities such as football pitches, a 7-a side soccer area, bowling pavilion, a children playground, outdoors exercising area, a community garden and a number of allotment plants.
Recently, there was one interesting addition to the place which is a new kids’ trail known as “The Elf and Fairy Trail”. This trail is set to change the theme over the year, such as a bunny trail for Easter and a variety of other ones. There are lots of interesting things to attract the kids to these trails, such as the activity book which they can fill out along the way. From the core parts of this trail, there is the fairy tree, the dummy tree and the wishing tree. This is now one of the famous attractions in the city that is believed to bring lots of tourists to it, adding just one park to the list of parks to be visited and checked out in Belfast city.
Belfast, Northern Ireland has almost more than 40 public parks and every single one of them is more beautiful than the other. These different parks and other open spaces are conserved and managed by the Forest of Belfast which is a partnership between the government and some local groups.
Some other parks that you may wish to check out: Lady Dixion Park, Colin Glen Forest Park, Lagan Valley Park, Ormeau Park, Belvoir Park, Victoria Park, Clement Wilson Park.
Here are some other attractions in Belfast that are worth checking out such as W5 Interactive Centre, Peace Wall’s, Botanic Gardens, Narnia Trail, and St. Anne’s Cathedral.