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Cave Hill Country Park

Antrim Road, Belfast, County Antrim, BT15 5GR
Cave Hill Country Park

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Cave Hill Country Park gets its name from five caves, which could be early iron mines, located on the side of the main Belfast cliffs.

The park itself contains a wealth of natural and historical features including Cave Hill, one of the most visible landmarks in Belfast, and Belfast Castle.

There are several archaeological sites in Cave Hill Country Park including the remains of a stone cairn, cashel and crannog. The most spectacular is McArts Fort, an ancient ráth or fort which stands almost 368 metres (about 1,200 feet) above sea level.

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* Parks open at 7.30am every day. Closing times change as daylight lengthens or shortens.

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