Set in over 170 acres of beautiful countryside, the outdoor Folk Museum tells the story of life in early 1900s Ulster. It offers two historic and equally charming venues for couples seeking something completely different and unforgettable for their wedding. Choose the grandeur of the Edwardian Cultra Manor with magnificent views overlooking Belfast Lough or the beautifully restored Omagh Meeting House located within 1900s Ballycultra Town.
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The beautifully restored Omagh Meeting House is a perfect setting for traditional wedding ceremonies. Originally built in 1717 in Omagh, Co Tyrone, the meeting house has been relocated to the Folk Museum where it now sits within Ballycultra Town.
One of the last mansions of the landed gentry to be built in Ireland, Cultra Manor is set at the very heart of the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum and commands spectacular views across Belfast Lough.
Cultra Manor will be open for viewings on Tuesday 30th December 2014 and Saturday 17th January 2015. No appointment will be necessary to view the manor between 11am and 3pm on these special open viewing days. Click the link above for further details.
We are pleased to offer all brides complimentary membership to National Museums Northern Ireland for the year from the date of their wedding day. Benefits include:
- Free entry to the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum and the Ulster American Folk Park
- 10% discount in all our gift shops
- 10% discount in all our cafes and tearooms
Contact the Events Team on +44 (0) 28 9039 5108 or email@example.com
for more details.
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