Following the latest guidance from the NI Executive and easing of restrictions, we have updated some of our advice for visitors to the Ulster Museum, Ulster Folk Museum, Ulster Transport Museum and Ulster American Folk Park.
The safety of our visitors and staff is still a top priority, therefore we recommend you still wear a face covering indoors for the protection of yourself and others, as advised by Government guidelines, unless you are exempt.
If you feel more at ease wearing a face covering but forget to bring your own, there will be some available at the admission desks.
We haven’t been asking visitors to show proof of COVID-19 status when visiting any of our museums as a visitor or for events, and that still remains the case, and when walking around the museums, you should still try and keep a safe distance.
We are also keeping the pre-booking system that has been in place at Ulster Folk Musuem, Ulster Transport Museum and Ulster American Folk Park a little longer to help us monitor the number of people on our sites at once. Pre-book your date and time slot now using our online booking system via any of the site pages above.
Admission to the Ulster Museum is returning to normal and as of Tuesday 5th April, you will no longer be required to pre-book your tickets.
We look forward to seeing you on your next visit.