The White House

The White House

The White House has nestled on the Northern Shore of Belfast Lough for over 400 years and has now been restored into a beautiful visitor centre and multi-purpose space.

Description

The White House tells both the story of the Williamite and Jacobite Wars from a European perspective and the story of this historic building’s past right up to the present day.

The building itself dates back to the 1500s but the most famous story associated with it is in 1690 when William of Orange landed at Carrickfergus on the 14 June.

William’s army landed at the ancient quay near the White House and William rode from Carrickfergus where he met with General Schomberg and other people of note.

Tours
Tours are available for groups. All tours must be booked in advance.

Admission is free.

The White House

28 – 34 White House Park
Newtownabbey
BT37 9SQ

Telephone

028 9034 0129

Email

museums@antrimandnewto...

Website

www.antrimandnewtownab...

Opening Hours

Saturday - Sunday: 1pm - 5pm
(June - September)

Price

BUDGET

Map

The White House

28 – 34 White House Park
Newtownabbey
BT37 9SQ

Telephone

028 9034 0129

Email

museums@antrimandnewto...

Website

www.antrimandnewtownab...

Opening Hours

Saturday - Sunday: 1pm - 5pm
(June - September)

Price

BUDGET

Images

The White House

28 – 34 White House Park
Newtownabbey
BT37 9SQ

Telephone

028 9034 0129

Email

museums@antrimandnewto...

Website

www.antrimandnewtownab...

Opening Hours

Saturday - Sunday: 1pm - 5pm
(June - September)

Price

BUDGET