Cultra Manor

The Cultra Manor at the Ulster Folk Museum is a stunning venue for your gala dinner or award ceremony. Find out how we can help you create an unforgettable event.

Cultra Manor is a stately home that dates to 1902. It provides an elegant setting for gala dinners and award ceremonies. It is located at the heart of the Ulster Folk Museum and dominates the entire demesne. This fine basalt and sandstone mansion has been carefully restored, decorated and furnished using the expertise of the museum’s curators. Its original splendour has been combined with 21st century facilities to provide a very practical venue.

Your guests can enjoy exclusive use of this beautiful venue by hiring the entire manor house for your event. We can tailor multiple rooms to your exact requirements, or you can choose to hire individual rooms. Your guests are welcome to explore the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum.

  • Kennedy Room: 184 m2
  • Drawing Room: 87 m2
  • Dining Room: 53 m2
  • Study: 27 m2


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Spectacular settings

Cultra Manor, one of the last mansions built by the landed gentry in Ireland, still carries the stately refinery of an Edwardian mansion. It offers a grand setting for you to entertain your guests. The Irish Railway Gallery is a contemporary space that houses the majestic steam engines that connected Ireland for many years.

Both are catered to our team who will help you get the most out of your function. Our caterers provide sumptuous canapés and meals for groups of any size, complimented by an excellent wine list.