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Please note, in line with government restrictions all pubs, restaurants and cafes will be closed from 16 October for an initial period of four weeks, though some will be open for takeaway and delivery. Many visitor attractions and hotels (with exceptions for current residents and key workers) are also closed, and other accommodations may be affected. Please check with individual businesses before visiting. For more information on restrictions and COVID-19 advice for visitors to Belfast please click here.
Step back in time and experience what life was like in Ulster over 100 years ago.
The Ulster Folk Museum has been awarded the ‘We’re Good to Go’ industry standard mark, certifying that it is adhering to the respective Government and public health guidance regarding Covid-19 and has the required processes in place.
Visitors are advised to pre-book their tickets online.
The Ballycultra Tearooms will remain closed until further notice but visitors can bring a picnic to enjoy one of the many picnic benches located around the museum site. The cloakroom will also remain closed for now.
Find the most up to date information about how to book and what to expect from your visit at nmni.com/ufm.
Top Reasons To Visit
- Daily activities and craft demonstrations
- Farming and rural life demonstrations
- Special events throughout the year
- Ballycultra Tearooms serving light bites, lunch and refreshments
- Beautiful scenic countryside
- Adult: £9
- Senior (aged 65+): £7
- Student (with valid ID): £7
- Child (aged 5-17): £5.50
- Child (under 5): Free
- Job Seekers / Carers (with valid ID): Free
- Family (2 adults and up to 3 children aged 5-17): £25
- Family (1 adult and up to 3 children aged 5-17): £19