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Omagh Meeting House

The Omagh Meeting House at the Ulster Folk & Transport is a warm and rustic setting for your wedding. Find out how we can help you create your special day.

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300 years of history

The Omagh Meeting House was originally built in 1717 on the Dublin Road in Omagh, Co Tyrone. In 1997 the building was moved, stone-by-stone to Cultra, where it was carefully reassembled. The interior of the church is modelled on the late nineteenth century fittings of the Presbyterian church at Tyrone’s Ditches, Poyntzpass.

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Traditional ambience

The Omagh Meeting House is a barn church building that can comfortably accommodate up to 250 guests. The pews and pulpit were lovingly created by the Museum’s craftspeople according to period designs. The lighting recreates the ambience of the original oil lamps, and can be dimmed if required. It is ideally suited to Christian wedding ceremonies and is a unique and memorable option for your wedding day.

Everything for your special day

The Omagh Meeting house may be rich with rustic charm, but it offers every modern convenience.

  • Direct access from carpark to Omagh Meeting House for your guests
  • Atmospheric original building
  • Wide aisle
  • Exclusive access for the bridal party
  • Private courtyard area

A unique ceremony venue

  • Complimentary entry to the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum for you and your guests on your wedding day
  • A guided Wedding Trail of 1900s Ballycultra Town for all your guests to enjoy
  • Reserved parking for all guests
  • A unique package when combined with Cultra Manor

Venue hire prices start at £2,000

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One year free membership for the married couple

When you host your wedding at Cultra Manor, you become a valued part of our story. We want you to feel free to return and relive the magic of your special day. Enjoy free entry to the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum, and our sister properties, for a full year.