Family friendly, interactive, nice space. It is a great place to wait for the rain to stop. And a nice location, too
This museum has recently had an £11m facelift but for Belfast residents who remember it before, the money seems to have been spent mostly on glass walkways. All of the exhibits seem cluttered and confused there seems no rhyme or reason in the layout. You can see things like a Japanese wedding Kimono in a cabinet next to a viking... More
A must see if visiting Belfast. Brilliant day out with the kids very passionate and helpful staff. Cafe and gift shop is quite pricey which is understandable i suppose considering the free entry. I will definitely be back for a few more visits.
I quite enjoyed the Ulster Museum! Great range of exhibits! Only fault I have is that it could have been more chronologically laid out! Other than that, top! :-)
Very sarcastic teenage (I'm assuming student) female staff member at the "Sugar Metropolis" exhibition which spoiled the day. Not much more to be said unfortunately. Shame.
Quite a mix of exhibits - there was an art exhibition, natural history and really interesting sections on home rule & the troubles. Nice walk through the botanic gardens to get there.
Since the upgrade this museum has gone from strength to strength ... Well thought out, logical mad relevant presentations. Great walk to and from, especially through the Queen's area.
It had been several years since we had visited the Ulster Museum, but recent favorable experiences took us back no less than three visits in recent weeks. We feel privileged to have such convenient access to this world class facility. In particular the Natural History section offers a wonderful look at local wildlife. The Royal Ulster Academy show was a... More
If you own or manage Ulster Museum, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.Manage your listing