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I am so lucky to live 5 minutes walk from The searcher, and it leads onto the story of The Lion The Witch and the Wardrobe. You can visit here any time of the year. But this year I couldn't wait for the snow to...More
This is a site that I was waiting to visit while in Belfast. It is a very nice sculpture that does a fine job of paying tribute to C.S. Lewis. Thankful to see this famous author remembered in such a great way.
There isn't much to say about this small "photo op" in Belfast. It's a sculpture on a corner of a busy street in Belfast, and it's easy to miss (or difficult to find, however you'd like to look at it).
However, I'm a fan of...More
You'll find this Ross Wilson sculpture to the left of the public library on the Holywood Road. (There are free car parks off a side road of the Newtownards Road for the C.S. Lewis Square that connects to here.)
It is good that The Searcher...More
C S Lewis square recently opened with 8 (?) Sculptures from Lion Witch Wardrobe story. Aslan very imposing on his hill. Worth being there in afternoon to get better light effect for photos than morning. Easy to walk round in 15 minutes then treat yourself...More
Response from letterkennycaint | Reviewed this property |
It's a little over two miles. You can catch a bus from Donegall Sq West that will drop you off at it. I think it's the number 8A, and a day ticket will cost you £3.20. Don't drive up, as there is no parking, and it's a very... More
It's a little over two miles. You can catch a bus from Donegall Sq West that will drop you off at it. I think it's the number 8A, and a day ticket will cost you £3.20. Don't drive up, as there is no parking, and it's a very loyalist area. There's not a lot to see, but it's nice to be able to say that you've been. I hope this helps.