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
Array Collective: The Druthaib’s Ball
Array Collective’s Turner Prize-winning installation 'The Druthaib's Ball' returns home to the Ulster Museum.
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