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Titanic Belfast Belfast
... early-bird ticket is worth a closer look! (bookable online) Regardless of how much time you have in Belfast, I strongly recommend to stop by this museum, as it is one of the best museums we have ever been too.
Loved the self guided tour, plenty of reading and interactive features, this is one of the most modern museums in the world.
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Ulster Aviation Society Lisburn
Superb day out at the Ulster Aviation Society.Fantastic exhibits that you can get up close and personal with unlike most museums.I would highly recommend it to everyone.
The great thing compared to other aviation museums is how close you can get to the aircraft, even inside a few!
The Abingdon Collection Omagh
I visited the collection last week with two friends as part of a week long tour of Northern Ireland museums, castles etc.
Then we moved on to the war collection items.... wow just wow, a very special museum, I am so thankful that there are people like Philip about who preserve our history so that we can learn from it.
War Years Remembered (War Museum) Ballyclare
Amazing from start to finish, this wee diamond in the heart of ballyclare has one phenomenal exhibition the items from ww1/ww2 and more are so fascinating and very hard to come by even in bigger museums.
One of the best wartime museums I have visited, you will be immersed in history throughout WW1 and 2 while realizing the part Ireland played.
Seamus Heaney HomePlace Bellaghy
Wow! Such a passionate and loving museum at the heart of which was a terrific man.
On the first floor, the museum takes the visitor through his younger life, and introduces one to his family and himself.
Headhunters Barber Shop & Railway Museum Enniskillen
Memories came flooding back and all I can say that having been to many railway museums around the world to me this was the BEST one ever.
Donegal Town Presbyterian Church Friendship club took a trip to the railway museum in Enniskillen which is part of a barbers shop Friday 10th of Feb 2017 a freezing cold day but the welcome was a warm and inviting...
Museum of Orange Heritage Belfast
As a person who goes to museums this is as good as any.
Very informative museum plenty see from ireland in the 1600s to the history of Northern Ireland and will give a different look on the orange order, very friendly and knowledgeable staff easy to get around.
HMS Caroline Belfast
By far one of the best museums I have ever taken my kids to, spent a good 2 and a half hours exploring and learning about the history of this great battleship.
This is a museum to amaze , amuse ,and has the added advantage of being a genuine survivor of the battle of Jutland, sensitively restored , informative , and with a real sense of history.
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Down County Museum Downpatrick
Amazing little museum-comparable in content and artifact care with larger museums.
One of the best laid out and interesting museums I have visited.
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Ulster Folk & Transport Museum Holywood
This is really like two excellent museums: the Transport Museum with a vast array of vehicles, mainly automobiles, but also trains, trolleys, buses, etc. AND a Folk Museum with many old structures that have been r...
Went for a day out before school starts back, brilliant day for young and old, we broke the day up between both museums with a picnic, plenty of benches and picnic areas , the 2 museums are really well laid out wi...
Museum of Free Derry Derry
One of the most detailed, informative and thought provoking museums I've ever been to.
Doing the tour of the Bogside and its murals and memorials, and then following the timeline at the museum with all of the artefacts helped make it feel real - history can sonetimes feel so otherworldly and this fe...
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Ulster American Folk Park Omagh
I feel this museum needs a lot more acclaim as its brilliant and better than other similar open air museums I have visited in the UK, I would also like to say the price is very reasonable as there was an event on...
What a great place - great experience both the inside and the outside museums were fantastic.
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Ulster Museum Belfast
I love that British Museums are free so you can do as little or as much as you wish.
I Love Museums and This One is Well Worth Seeing
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Tower Museum Derry
We have visited numerous museums all over the world & this is right up there in terms of quality of layout , exhibits & audio visual displays .At £4 an adult the museum was good value for money& well worth a visit
As local history museums go, this one was exceptionally thorough and engaging.
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Somme Heritage Centre Newtownards
Well worth a visit but check opening times as they are shorter than most museums particularly in winter month's.
If you are interested in the first world war or anything military this is a fascinating attraction, part museum part trench from Ist world war with sound effects and so many artifact's from medals to uniforms to g...
Navan Centre & Fort Armagh
visited the museum exhibition first to find out about the fort at navan..emain macha,and where it sits in a time frame of the iron age.followed by a film about the legends of cu chulainn and the red branch knights.
The museum is very nice and give a great background.
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W5 Belfast
There`s also a great dinosaur exhibition on until the end of August with huge animatronics dinosaurs from the Natural History Museums, Dino Encounter
I would even genuinely say that this is probably one of the best museums that I have ever visited for kids.
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SS Nomadic Belfast
Plenty of other museums have reconstructed cabins, decks etc but this is a whole ship pretty much as it was back in its heyday.
Brilliant visit - really knowledgeable and friendly staff - make sure you use the free ticket you get to visit this with a visit to the Titanic Museum - we enjoyed this more than the museum itself!
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MAC Belfast
Great museum with free entry- would really recommend the Shonky exhibit.
The other part is there museum section which is always an interesting walk around.
Downpatrick & County Down Railway Downpatrick
All monies raised goes into the restoration projects and the running of the railway and museums.
I would recommend a visit to Railway Museum.It's a journey to a bygone era of steam trains which were part of my childhood .The staff are so knowledgeable and friendly and eager to tell you all about the trains an...
The Saint Patrick Centre Downpatrick
The Centre is in close proximity to the Down Cathedral where St Patrick is buried and also the Down Museum so it is possible to spend an enjoyable day in the area.
The centre is very close to Down Cathedral where Patrick is buried and to the Down County museum which is also worth a visit.
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Irish Linen Centre and Lisburn Museum Lisburn
Nice museum on the history of Ulster linen industry and the museum itself has plenty of artifacts on WW1 the Battle of the Somme and the Irish War of independence /the Ulster League and Covenant /Ernest Blythe /Bu...
Fantastic local museum with a huge range of fascinating local exhibitions.
Armagh Astronomy Centre and Planetarium Armagh
Before the show there was rocket making and a museum but the highlight of the visit was the time spent learning about the planets and stars.
North Down Museum Bangor
An absolute gem and the perfect accompaniment to a stroll through the castle, the museum hosts a diverse range of fascinating exhibits.
The museum tells the fascinating history of Bangor and the region, from the ancient peoples to the Norman conquests to Bangor's resort history and up to current times.
The Siege Museum Derry
Museum is very well kept and many artefacts on display from the world wars , throughout the museum they have a mass of information about the siege of Derry along with audio visual shows explaining the history of t...
Highly recommend a visit to The Protestant Apprentice Boys of Derry Memorial Hall and Siege Museum, these people have contributed so much to this City over the years, despite hostility and hatred directed towards...
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Irish Republican History Museum Belfast
This was one of my favourite museums in Belfast.
This little museum is incredibly well furnished with amazing artefacts from Bloody Sunday and the period of The Troubles, as well as early 20th-century newspapers and written material, and incredible hand-made ite...
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Whitehead Railway Museum Whitehead
Like most of these great little museums they are run by volunteers so need all the support they can get.
Check for tour times prior to visit.. this is a terrific museum, with lots of interactive screens, close viewing of engines and carriages, work areas, gentle walking, lifts available, educational trip, historical...
Royal Ulster Rifles Museum Belfast
I have visited most of the military museums in the UK - only a handful to go and really enjoyed this.
Of the three infantry museums we've visited in Northern Ireland, this is the smallest.
Grey Point Fort Crawfordsburn
Besides the two guns there are two small museums with loads of military artefacts.
They have put a museum in and are very friendly and enthusiastic welcoming visitors and taking them about the fort.
Flame! The Gasworks Museum of Ireland Carrickfergus
This is one of only three museums in the UK and this particular place is the only museum in Ireland.
Brilliant little museum and excellent tour by Brian and Ivan-their enthusiasm and love for the place is evident and enhances the experience.