Step back in time and experience what life was like in Ulster over 100 years ago

Ulster Folk Museum is reopening from 13th August (4 days a week, Thu-Sun) 

***In order to ensure a safe environment for  visitors, NMNI will have to manage the number of people visiting the museums at any one time. To avoid disappointment and for safety reasons they will be encouraging visitors to pre-book tickets and timeslots online.Details on when you will be able to book and what you can expect on your visit will be released very shortly. So please check their website for further details.***

Wander through the beautiful parkland of the Ulster Folk Museum, where you will encounter costumed locals demonstrating traditional crafts in cottages, farm dwellings, schools, and shops.

Experience bygone life-styles in Ballycultra, the unique Ulster town reconstructed on 60 acres where costumed guides and craft-workers make you feel at home.

There is a varied programme of events all-year-round, with exciting special seasonal events.

Why not visit the Ulster Transport Museum, located just across the road.

Opening Times

  • March to September, Tues-Sun 10am-5pm
  • October to February, Tues-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat and Sun 11am-4pm
  • Closed Mondays except Bank Holidays


  • Vary, see website for details.

Contact Details

  • Address 153 Bangor Road Cultra Holywood Co Down BT18 0EU
  • Telephone 028 9042 8428
  • Email NMNI
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