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You can see Friar's Bush graveyard from Ulster Museum. Seeing it was unexpected and a bit of a shock. I found the history really fascinating. I also see you can visit it for free, which is definitely worth doing if you have relatives from Belfast....More
I've wanted to visit for ages and it was certainly worth the wait!
Full of atmosphere and history.
Our guide from the Council, Adrienne, was superb!!
She has so much knowledge and is more than happy to share it.
Lots of very interesting gravestones and...More
Arranged with Belfast City Council for a largish group to visit this amazing little gem hidden away. This is probably the oldest Christian burial site in Northern Ireland and as a result the headstones are very old and the ground is uneven, but what a...More
I booked a visit with a member of Belfast City Council guides. It lasted just over an hour. The ground is uneven so it really isn't suitable for wheelchairs or for people with walking difficulties. It is small but has a very interesting history and...More
Firstly our tour guide Adrienne was excellent and very witty and knowledgeable. Friar's Bush is tucked away just off the Stranmillis Road in South Belfast near Queen's University. Highly recommended if you are visiting ( or not ) Belfast and want to know about some...More
Like something out of a macabre horror movie complete with ancient slopping headstones, hawthorn trees and spooky atmosphere, Friar's Bush Graveyard is a perfect Tim Burton style dream. I had the chance to visit with a few friends for a guided lunchtime tour on Tuesday...More
My wife and I did the Halloween Tour of the Friars Bush. Spooky at night, especially when you know that this was where lots of cholera victims were laid to rest. Also the inventor of Belfast Bap Barney Hughes rests here.