Belfast Orange Hall (Clifton Street)
84 Clifton Street Belfast
The Belfast Orange Hall at Clifton Street is a Grade II listed building.
The Building is the work of Architect William Batt
It is the main Belfast Hall for the Orange Order, containing meeting rooms, a museum and facilitates educational tours to showcase the political and religious aspects of the Order
Opened in 1886 it is the largest purpose built Orange Hall in the world.
The Building boasts the only equestrian Statue in Northern Ireland atop its roof. The statue of King William III on the Cornice is made of Bronze and some 12 Feet in height. It was unveiled in 1889.
The Hall was the scene of various important meetings of Unionists in 1921.