Year - 1886
Belfast Orange Hall
Clifton Street


  • Main Belfast hall for Orange Order; contains meeting rooms, a museum, and facilitates educational tours to showcase the political and religious aspects of the Order; starting point of the largest 12th July cultural parade in Ireland;
  • Managed by voluntary Committee comprised of members of lodges; no staff;
  • Opened 1886; largest purpose built Orange Hall in the world; statue of King William III on the cornice, 12ft high and made of bronze, unveiled in 1889, is the only equestrian statue in Northern Ireland; B listed.
  • Stop 7 on the North Belfast Heritage Trail (next stop Indian Community Centre).

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