Come face-to-face with dinosaurs, meteorites and Spanish sailors with a visit to Ulster Museum.
Ulster Museum is free to visit and no booking is necessary. Make the most of your day to the museum with a bite to eat in Wynne & Pym Café, open Tuesday to Sunday, from 10:00 to 17:00, serving light bites and refreshments.
There’s always new and exciting events and exhibitions to explore at Ulster Museum. Find out what’s on, how to get there and what to expect at ulstermuseum.org.
Top Reasons To Visit
- Northern Ireland's treasure house of the past and present
- Free admission
- Rich collection of art, natural sciences and history
- Three interactive discovery zones for kids to explore
- Champions of diverse voices and new perspectives
A fashion photography exhibition at Ulster Museum, in partnership with the National Portrait Gallery as part of their transformational Inspiring People project.
BBC NI Weather Reporter Geoff Maskell will introduce the screening and answer questions from young audience members.
Be sure to pack your imagination and join us on an unforgettable journey to Moominvalley where everyone is welcome, nature thrives, and adventures are plentiful
Showing at Ulster Museum, Belfast as part of the 34th Cinemagic International Film Festival - taking place in venues across Belfast City in October.
Enjoy Mr Hullabaloo’s Happy Halloween at the Ulster Museum, Belfast as part of the 34th Cinemagic International Film Festival!
Watch Room On The Broom and enjoy Halloween Storytelling With Liz Weir at The Ulster Museum, Belfast as part of the 34th Cinemagic International Film Festival.