Belfast Lanyon Place is a railway station serving the city of Belfast in Northern Ireland. Located on Bridge Street in the Laganside area of central Belfast, it is one of four stations in the city centre, the others being Great Victoria Street, City Hospital and Botanic.
Lanyon Place is a fine first impression for passengers arriving from Ireland. All major destinations are served including Derry and Dublin (the latter around a 2hr journey on the flagship Enterprise service). Facilities include ATMs, cafe, small shop, baby changing facilities, taxi rank, disabled access, but no left luggage. Hold onto your rail ticket for a free bus ride into town by catching any Metro or Glider service outside the main station entrance. If you'd prefer to stroll, turn left outside the main entrance and take a downhill 5min walk into the city centre.
Staff are available during station building opening hours. All services after 18.30 depart from a bus stop at the front of the station building.
There are timetables displayed at all bus stands and next departure display screens in the station building. There are no audio announcements.
Tickets are available in the station building during opening hours. A low-level ticket desk with hearing loop is also available. Tickets can be purchased on board vehicles when station building is closed.
Step free, level access is available to the station building and bus stands. Automatic doors are provided at all entrances/exits.
There is seating provided in the station building during opening hours. Covered seating is provided outside at the bus stands. There is uncovered seating at the front of the station building.
Toilets, including an accessible toilet, are available during opening hours in the station building.