Signposted on the A6 Antrim Road running through Templepatrick
Parking: No car park, parking in Templepatrick village
Signposted from the main road that runs through Templepatrick village, follow the sign down the laneway and then follow the tree-lined avenue and through the iron gates into the graveyard.
Take Ulsterbus services 110, 120, 253, 571, 573 and Airport Express 300 from Belfast stopping in Templepatrick
Off the A57 running through Templepatrick. No National Cycle Routes immediately nearby
The finest example in Ireland of Robert Adam's neoclassical architecture, built in 1789 for the Rt Hon. Arthur Upton.
One of the few works in Ireland by the renowned Scottish neoclassical architect Robert Adam.
The mausoleum was built in 1789 for the Rt. Hon. Arthur Upton and is situated in the grounds of Castle Upton.