There is limited car parking available at C.S. Lewis Square and we would advise people to walk or cycle along the Connswater Community Greenway to access the space.
Public toilets are available at the Holywood Arches Library near C.S. Lewis Square and in the EastSide Visitor Centre located at the square.
Located on the ground floor of EastSide Visitor Centre on C.S. Lewis Square, JACK Coffee Bar offers amazing coffee and treats as well as a selection of ‘food to go’ for those stopping off along the Connswater Community Greenway.
C.S. Lewis Square is situated close to many other eateries. To find out more about places to go, check out our Visit EastSide website.
C.S. Lewis Square is located on the Newtownards Road. If you are travelling by bus from Belfast city centre, take Metro bus number 4c, d and e and get off at Bloomfield Road. You can also take the G1 Glider from the City Centre and get off at Holywood Arches.
C.S. Lewis Square is easily accessible by bike from the City Centre via Titanic Quarter and Victoria Park. There is a Belfast Bike docking station at C.S. Lewis Square.
C.S. Lewis Square is one of Northern Ireland’s most exciting new public spaces and is part of the Connswater Community Greenway.
Step into Narnia at C.S. Lewis Square which features 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, it is a stunning display of public art.
Located on C.S. Lewis Square, EastSide Visitor Centre is full of information on east Belfast’s key attractions, famous faces and places.
From here you can pick up one of our many trails and maps including one of two C.S. Lewis Square maps which will allow you to explore the space.
C.S. Lewis Square is also a great starting point to explore East Belfast with its close proximity to Ballyhackamore and the Belmont Road, Strand Arts Centre and more.