Ulster Folk Museum
Step back one hundred years and discover the traditions and heritage of Ulster’s past at Ulster Folk Museum.
Visit the Ballycultra Tearooms for a light bite and refreshment during your visit, or bring a picnic to enjoy using one of the many picnic benches located on the museum site. It is advised that visitors pre-book their tickets in advance.
Find out what to expect from your visit, how to get here and what’s on at ulsterfolkmuseum.org.
Top Reasons To Visit
- Celebrates Ulster’s folk heritage and traditions
- Daily demonstrations by talented makers
- Reconnect with nature in the stunning landscape of the museum
- Committed to sharing sustainable ways of living
- Special events throughout the year
- Adult: £11.50
- Senior: £9.00
- Student (with valid ID): £9.00
- Child (5 to 17): £7.00
- Child (under 5): Free
- Family 1+3 (1 adult & up to 3 children): £6.12 per person
- Family 2+3 (2 adults & up to 3 children): £6.40 per person
- Carers (with valid ID): Free
- Accessibility: Free
- Members: Free
Easter at Ulster Folk Museum
Discover a traditional 1900s Easter at Ulster Folk Museum. You'll learn what typical celebrations would have looked like in rural Ulster.
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