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Top Award for Ulster American Folk Park
Monday 2 Feb 2015
The Ulster American Folk Park has been awarded a CIE Tours International Award of Excellence.

Top Young Scientists Awarded At Ulster Museum
Friday 9 Jan 2015
Three exceptional science students have been recognised by the prestigious Hans Sloane Awards at a ceremony in the Ulster Museum.

UK Recognition For Folk Museum's Blacksmith
Thursday 11 Dec 2014
Gerald Monaghan, a visitor guide and blacksmith with the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum, has been awarded the respected Journeyman Certificate from The Worshipful Company of Blacksmiths London.

The Making of Modern Ulster
Thursday 27 Nov 2014
The fascinating story of Ulster over the last 500 years is revealed in a major new exhibition which opens to the public tomorrow (26 November) at the Ulster Museum.

Get Haunted for Hallowe'en
Tuesday 28 Oct 2014
The ghouls and ghosts of the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum are stirring as Hallowe’en half term activities and the annual Hallowe’en Family Festival returns to the open air museum.

Titanic photographs go on display
Tuesday 14 Oct 2014
A family photograph album containing never before seen images of Titanic during her launch and departure from Belfast and stunning photographs of the Olympic has gone on display in the TITANICa exhibition at the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum in Northern Ireland.

Ulster Museum makes must see list
Friday 3 Oct 2014
Belfast’s Ulster Museum has made the list of the must-see museums in the UK and Ireland, compiled by a leading online travel site.

Ulster American Folk Park Celebrates Silver Sunday
Monday 29 Sep 2014
The Ulster American Folk Park will be celebrating Silver Sunday on 5th October with an afternoon of activities and free entry for over 50s.

New Nature Exhibition at Armagh County Museum
Monday 22 Sep 2014
A new exhibition has opened at Armagh County Museum.  Entitled “Native, Visitor or Invader?”, it showcases some of Northern Ireland’s native species and migrant visitors, and highlights the threats they face from some non-native ‘invaders’.

First World War Brought To Life
Monday 4 Aug 2014
Life on the Home Front during the First World War will be poignantly brought to life with a new programme at the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum.

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