1 Million Visitors to National Museums Northern Ireland
Published: 22 April 2011
National Museums Northern Ireland is celebrating after welcoming a record 1million visitors in the last year.
Ulster Museum Assistant Visitor Services Manager, Kevin Guinchard is pictured celebrating the record achievement with visitors (left to right), Rhys Hemphill (10), Maxine Moore, Sam Cunningham (11), Ben Cunningham (7), Kaitlain Woods (7), Alexander Woods (4) and Tracey Woods from Antrim. Click image to enlarge.
National Museums Northern Ireland, which comprises the Ulster Museum, Ulster Folk & Transport Museum in Holywood, Ulster American Folk Park in Omagh, Armagh County Museum and W5, play an active and innovative role in promoting tourism, extending learning and supporting people in communities in achieving their aspirations.
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