A new ‘pop-up’ park has sprung up at Castle Place junction, in front of Bank Buildings.
The park provides a public space for all people to enjoy and relax in the centre of the city with seating, seasonal planting, colourful animal sculptures and other play features. It also includes a clock, which looks similar to the famous timepiece of Bank Buildings.
City centre entertainment
There's lots of entertainment to keep Your Belfast buzzing.
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A temporary walkway reconnecting Royal Avenue to Donegall Place is open and pedestrian access to Castle Street via Fountain Street has been restored.
The footpath from the corner of Zara (on Donegall Place) to the corner of Fountain Street (City Picnic) will reopen on Tuesday 26 March 2019.
Look out for signage and maps across the city centre, showing which businesses have reopened and highlighting those near the remaining cordon areas or visit our yellow dot trail page.
Shops and businesses in the Bank Buildings area
We're keen to help visitors get around the city centre as easily as possible.
Translink has a range of special offers to help you plan your journey to and from Belfast.
Translink Metro services have been disrupted due to the road closures around Castle Place and Royal Avenue.
Ulsterbus services operating to and from Belfast will also be subject to delays and possible disruption. Diverted services will be updated by Translink.