34 Bedford Street, Belfast, BT2 7FF
If you are travelling on a major road into the city, follow signs for the city centre. From the one way system on May Street, behind the City Hall, turn left into Bedford Street.
On-street metered parking is available in front of the Ulster Hall on Bedford Street, to the rear in Linenhall Street and in the surrounding streets.
Several city centre car parks are located within a five minute walk of the Ulster Hall.
These include Bedford Street, next to the Invest NI building, surface car park, Dublin Road, at Hardcastle Street, multi-storey car park and Europa Bus Centre, Great Northern Mall, Great Victoria Street, multi-storey car park.
The nearest bus station is the Europa Bus Centre which is approximately five minutes' walk from the Ulster Hall.
There is a metro city bus stop on Bedford Street, directly opposite the hall.
The main bus provider in Belfast is Translink, which runs both Ulsterbus and Citybus Metro services.
The nearest train station is Great Victoria Street Station, on Great Victoria Street, around five minutes' walk from the hall.
There is a regular train service to Dublin and the average journey time is around two hours.
There is wheelchair access.
There is one accessible toilet on the ground floor and one on the balcony. There is also public access to disabled changing facilities on request.
There is a central lift. The lift has lowered control positions and speech indication and is equipped with Braille signage. The lift can accommodate one wheelchair user and companion.
There is an infra red system in the Grand Hall. There is a loop system in the Group Space bar area and at the Box Office counter. Hearing dogs are welcome.
There is a waiting area in the Ulster Hall foyer (there used to be a café there but they're undergoing new tenders for a replacement)
A bar located within the Group Space on the first floor is also open during some events. The bar opens approximately one hour before the start of an event.
There is no cloakroom facility.