Ulster-American-Folk-Park

Incentives & teambuilding at Ulster American Folk Park

The epic human drama of emigration from Ireland to America in the 1800s provides a unique atmosphere for your colleagues to connect and engage.

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Remembering what's important

The Ulster American Folk Park gives you the opportunity to really get to know your colleagues with fun team building activities,set among the lovingly restored buildings of old Ulster and the American frontier. Discover a new side to you and your colleagues as you travel back in time and across the wild Atlantic for a day.

  • Convenient location on the A5

  • Unique environment in which to set your event

  • Scope to tie into many themes - travel, emigration, agricultural, pharmaceutical, financial services

Distinctive team days

Our outdoor museums cater for groups of 15 to 200, offering a wide selection of activities to suit your requirements and aims. Enjoy a traditional Irish day out, with music and cultural activities, or sporting pursuits to get the heart racing.The friendly staff at the Ulster American Folk Park will look after every detail and ensure a day to remember.

Traditional activities

  • Irish whiskey or Guinness tasting at O’Reillys traditional pub

  • Traditional soda bread baking at the Mellon Homestead

  • The art of basket weaving

  • Irish games from the 1900s

  • Irish Dancing Workshops

  • Buttermaking

  • Candlemaking

  • Treasure trails

Athletic activities

  • Archery

  • Rock climbing

  • Horseshoe throwing

  • Tug O’ War

  • Falconry

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For an unforgettable evening, take your guests on a journey from rural Ulster to the American frontier. Stop for a farewell Guinness at O’Reilly’s pub before boarding an emigrant sailing ship for an epic Atlantic crossing.The Ship and Dockside Gallery is an ideal venue for dinner, entertainment and mingling before arriving at the log cabins in the New World.

The journey features storytelling in Tullyallen Mass House, a re-enactment of the return of Thomas Mellon, and a meeting with the ship's captain. Sample traditional baked pancakes and soda bread baked on the open-hearth fire in the Mellon Homestead or corn muffins and apple butter in the Log Cabin.