CS Lewis Square Belfast

CS Lewis Square Information

CS Lewis Square in Belfast opened on November 2016, in honour of the late award winning local novelist Clive Staples Lewis - C.S Lewis.

The attraction is free and open to the public 24 hours a day, at night time the square truely comes to life with custom lighting & illumination.

CS Lewis Square showcases 7 stunning life like brooze statues by Irish artist Maurice Harron, most noteably from the childrens magical classic "The Lion Witch & The Wardrope".

The White Witch, Aslan, The Beavers, Mr Tumnus, The Robin & The Stone Table, these stunning displays of artwork have been designed to captivate and fire the imagination of all whom lay witness.

The Square is easy to find, situated just off the Newtownards road end of Connswater street.

Next to the East Belfast Visitor Centre, where you can access information on the local Belfast Attractions from interactive displays, which include a wall map & interpretative touch screen panels.

The Visitors Centre includes a coffee bar named after CS Lewis, who was fondly known as 'Jack' to family & friends.

JACK Coffee Bar which showcases products from local food producers & artists, with locally sourced produce.

Why not grab a cuppa and read a book, or head out on the CS Lewis trail along the Comber Greenway area.

The Greenway has over 300 native trees offering the perfect setting on a nice day and takes in the historical Titanic Quarter.

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Seven bronze sculptures from 'The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe', including Aslan, The White Witch, Mr Tumnus, The Beavers, The Robin and The Stone Table

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C.S. Lewis has many famous quotes. Some of his more recognizable ones are:

"There are far, far better things ahead than any we leave behind."

"You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me."

"Someday you will be old enough to start reading fairy tales again."

CS Lewis square is in East Belfast - Northern Ireland