The majority of the museum buildings are accessible to wheelchair users, in most cases without assistance. We regret that it is not possible at present to provide physical access to the upper floors of some buildings without compromising the accuracy of the historical experience. In such cases, visitors should ask to be provided with an alternative form of access, such as photographs.
A limited number of wheelchairs are available in the reception area for use in the museum.
The museum experience for all visitors to the Ulster American Folk Park places a major emphasis on the sensory experiences of touch, smell, sight and hearing. Persons with sensory impairment will find much that is appropriate to their particular needs.
Guide Dogs are welcome.
Visitors are welcome to use their cameras around the museum to take photographs. Care should be taken not to contravene the privacy of other visitors, and in particular no identifiable images of children should be taken without parental consent.
Child Protection Policy
The museum operates a Child Protection Policy and has two Designated Officers to whom any issues relating to child protection should be referred.
Guide Dogs are welcome at the Museum.
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