Friends of Cultra

Become a Friend of Cultra and you’ll join a group of like-minded people who are passionate about the success of the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum.

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If you love the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum, becoming a Friend offers a whole host of benefits. You’ll play a part in ensuring the continued success of both museums at Cultra.

Friends of Cultra

Friends of Cultra aims to support the conservation and preservation of the collections of the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum. The organisation also works to encourage access to the museum and ensured it’s enjoyed by all.

By joining the group, you’ll be helping to make an important and meaningful contribution to the work of the museum. As well as assisting with fundraising activities, you can attend regular events and lectures on topical issues. You’ll also get to see ‘behind the scenes’ at the museum, and meet museum staff.

Friends receive:

  • Regular updates on museum events and activities
  • Private viewing of new exhibitions
  • Invites to special events
  • Discount on museum shop purchases
  • Discount on museum publications

To become a Friend of Cultra use the contact details below:

The Membership Secretary
The Friends of Cultra
Ulster Folk & Transport Museum
Cultra, Holywood
Northern Ireland
BT18 0EU

Upcoming events

Date

Time

Title

Location

10 Sept 2019

7.30pm

AGM Speaker Aaron Ward

Manor House

8 Oct 2019

2.00pm

Troubles & Beyond tour with Karen Logan

Ulster Museum

12 Nov 2019

2.00pm

Result Exhibition Tour with Clare Ablett

Ulster Transport Museum

10 Dec 2019

12.30pm

Christmas Lunch

Ballycultra Tea Room

14 Jan 2020

 

Winter Walk of rural Museum

TBC

11 Feb 2020

7.30pm

Greer Ramsey - The Archaeology of Musical Instruments

Lagan Room

12 Mar 2020

11.00am

Tour of Whitehead Railway Museum

Whitehead Railway Museum

21 April 2020

 

Carrickfergus Walking Tour

TBC

12 May 2020

11am

Tour of Ulster American Folk Park

Ulster American Folk Park

16 June 2020

2.00pm

Tour of Rural Area with Robert Berry followed by a picnic

Rural Area. Ulster Folk Museum

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