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National Lottery Heritage Open Weekend at Ulster Folk Museum

Ulster Folk Museum, 153 Bangor Road, Cultra, Holywood, County Antrim, BT180EU
three children sitting on a stone wall at the ulster folk museum


Here at the Ulster Folk Museum, we celebrate the traditions, customs and every day skills that have been passed down through the generations within Ulster families and homes.

What to know...

- Free entry to Ulster Folk Museum on 9th & 10th March.for National Lottery players who can provide proof of purchase (either paper or digital)
- Only one National Lottery ticket or scratch card is required for free entry for adults in one family group (max 2 adults & up to 3 children).
- Kids go free on these two days (children aged 5 – 17 years). Any additional adults will require their own National Lottery ticket or scratch card.
- If you plan to make use of this free entry option then you won't need to pre-book tickets. Just show your lottery ticket at our ticket desk!
- If you do not wish to take part in this offer, general admissions tickets can be purchased through the booking link or purchased on the day.
- We expect this to be a busy day and parking may be limited, so please make use of public transport where you can.


Parking & Transport

  • On site parking
  • Station nearby

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Visitors enjoying picnics in the grounds of the Folk MuseumUlster Folk Museum, HolywoodRefresh the connection at Ulster Folk Museum, a place where traditions and heritage skills are preserved and celebrated to help shape future generations.

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