South Belfast Group get 'Rite' into International History
Monday 4 Oct 2010
This week, a women’s group from South Belfast saw six months of work come to fruition at the Ulster Museum. Earlier this year, the Living History Group at Windsor Women’s Centre embarked upon a project inspired by the museum’s ‘Rites of Passage’ exhibition.
Historic Hillclimb returns to The Ulster Folk & Transport Museum!
Monday 6 Sep 2010
One of world’s oldest motorsport events – the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum Hillclimb - is returning to the museum, 5 years after the last event was run. To celebrate the revival of this historic automotive event, international rally driver Kris Meeke will be taking to the Hillclimb course on Saturday (11th September).
Bluegrass Festival Hits the Right Note
Monday 23 Aug 2010
Organisers of one of Europe’s biggest Bluegrass festivals are looking forward to a weekend of some of the world’s best known Bluegrass bands.
Traditional Breeds make debut at Museum
Tuesday 17 Aug 2010
The Ulster Folk & Transport Museum has teamed up with the newly formed Traditional Farm Livestock Foundation to host its first ever Native and Traditional Breeds Weekend.
Ulster Museum's Education Programme wins UK award
Tuesday 10 Aug 2010
The Ulster Museum has achieved a prestigious Sandford Award for Museum and Heritage education. The UK-wide accreditation scheme is awarded to museums who achieve excellence in the provision of heritage education programmes.
Sounds of Louisiana to Omagh
Wednesday 30 Jun 2010
American Independence Day will be celebrated at the Ulster American Folk Park with an electric performance of Cajun fiddle swing music by Louisiana band, L’Angelus.