Besides the fragrant surroundings free family fun will be on offer, including music and entertainment, street entertainers and games.
Councillor Gareth McKee, Chairman of Parks and Leisure, said: “Children in particular will have a ball at Rose Week because there is something for all the family to enjoy whatever their age.
“Music, dance craft stalls, games, face painting, animals and a chance to learn something about our environment. In addition there are 45,000 roses in the garden to enjoy.
“Parents often looking for free ways of entertaining children in the holidays and this offers a range of things to keep them happy. While the younger people play older visitors can enjoy the views, potter about the stalls or be as active as they like.
“We regularly have visitors from across the world, including the International Rose Judges who will attend on Thursday, 18 July when the winners of the competition roses will be decided.”
A flower show and craft stalls will also be available during the weekend of the event, Saturday 20 and Sunday 21.
Everyday will have a different musical sound to it with ariations including harp, metal technology, accordion, brass and concert flute bands, swing, pop and Irish traditional music.
Award winning photographs of Belfast parks and open spaces, taken by local amateurs and club photographers, will be on display during Rose Week to encourage people to take a second look at parks and perhaps visit one they might not have thought of before.
Information about Rose Week, including bus services to the park are available at www.belfastcity.gov.uk/roseweek