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We’re looking forward to welcoming you back to our museums.  We may look a little different, but we still feel the same.  We’re starting to reopen our museums beginning with the Ulster Museum on 30 July.





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  • Drawing Classes

    Explore and recreate drawing styles and techniques under the expert guidance of local artist Keith Ayton.

  • CúlTRAD

    Experience Irish language and culture in this very special two-day event with An Droichead. Explore the customs of an old Irish wake - perhaps one of the best known funeral traditions associated with Ireland. Enjoy traditional Irish music, song, stories and dance throughout the whole weekend.

  • Plants of the Tropical Ravine

    An exciting multi-media event celebrating the newly restored Tropical Ravine plant collection.

  • Leonardo Adult Drawing Workshops

    Ever wanted to draw like Leonardo Da Vinci? This series of workshops offers a the chance to learn about some of the techniques and materials used to create his most famous masterpieces.

  • Carlingford Lough Marine BioBlitz

    Join us for a weekend of exploring marine wildlife around Carlingford Lough. A free programme of talks and teaching from experts and shore rambling for all ages.

  • What did I forget? Migration, memory and the moving image

    Mairéad McClean works across film, video, sound and photography and will talk about her own experience of migration through her film work, and songs, prose and poetry related to act of remembering.

  • RUA Guided Tours

    Guided Tours of the RUA exhibition with exhibiting Artists & Academicians as well as experts in the field

  • The Flight Experience Exhibition

    Since the very earliest times people have looked up at the skies and dreamed of flight. They watched birds flapping their wings and tried to imitate them.

  • Artist lunchtime talk – Jack Pakenham

    Free lunchtime talk by artist Jack Pakenham speaking in the Lecture Theatre at the Ulster Museum at 1pm on Wednesday 19 June.

  • Bluegrass Omagh 2019 - Saturday

    From 12.30pm on Saturday we have five stages of music in full flow. You can also bring along your own guitar, fiddle, banjo or dancin’ shoes and join fellow musicians and dancers at the Pickin’ Patch in the Pennsylvania Barn.

  • Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel

    Film Screening

  • Darkside Tours: Voices from the Past

    Are you brave enough to take a tour of Ballycultra as darkness falls? Strange happenings are stirring around the dimly lamp-lit streets of Ballycultra town. Step into some of our 19th century houses and hear stories and voices from a time gone by.

  • Drawing Club

    Adult Drawing Club – exploring different techniques and artistic styles, using the Museum’s collections as inspiration.

  • Housing Plans for the Future Book Launch

    Join artist Donovan Wylie and architect David Coyles for the launch of their book “Housing Plans For The Future” and a discussion how “Troubles” architecture continues to control and contain communities in urban Belfast.

  • Seaweed Identification 2018

    Wildlife training courses by renowned experts from around Britain and Ireland

  • 1968 and Beyond

    Conference led by a range of interviewees from the Voices of 68 project sharing reflections on their experiences of this time and discussing how this period should be remembered.

  • Dragonflies and Damselflies Identification Course

    Learn about Odonata taxonomy and identifying the variety of species that occur on this site(s).

  • Bernadette: Notes on a Political Journey

    Film Screening

  • The Nineteenth annual Irish Migration Studies Lecture

    Life-writings of early nineteenth century Ulster migrants.

  • Story Weavers

    A walking children’s workshop to gather stories and write their own piece to take home.