Good to GoLike most venues, Clifton House has been closed during the pandemic. But thanks to funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund this downtime was used to introduce world class immersive technology to enhance its visitor experience – normally the preserve of major heritage sites across the globe. We have also introduced new measures to keep our visitors safe. Find out more about our Covid-Response here. 

We look forward to welcoming you back to Clifton House. Find out more about how to get here, our free onsite parking, public transport access and more, below.

Getting here by Car

The entrance to Clifton House is on North Queen Street.  It is very well connected by main arterial routes coming into the city. There is a free onsite car park available for visitors.

Getting here by Bus

Clifton House is a short walk away from a number of local bus routes, and other main ‘stops’ including Ulster University, Belfast Library and Donegall Street.  However the closest route is the Belfast Metro service 12A.

For up to date travel advice, or to plan your journey, or contact Translink on 028 9066 6630

Belfast City Sightseeing Tour

The Belfast City Sightseeing hop-on / hop-off open-top bus tour passes near Clifton House.  We’re a short walk from Stop 23.


We appreciate that not disabilities are visible, so if you require further information or assistance on your visit to Clifton House, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Please also contact us in advance if you have any mobility issues, as access to some areas of Clifton House require stairs.

    Contact Us

    Phone: 028 9099 7022

    Address: 2 North Queen Street, Belfast, Antrim BT15 1ES

    Opening Hours

    Clifton House office is open from 9am to 4.30pm, Monday to Friday. It is open to the public for tours, talks and events. Please see our What’s On page for our upcoming events.