Ulster Museum (Belfast) Reviews
Description:Address: Botanic Gardens / Belfast / BT9 5AB / Ireland / Tel: +44 0 28 9044 0000
Newest Review: ... museum, a dinsoaur statue, a mummy several works of art and so, as well as a number of items of Ulster's own history. As we go for a children's day out though, my main interest is the family friendly activities, and there are an adequate amount. First, you get the treasure hunt map and stickers from the front desk. this really adds to teh fun for children as they search out each item, ... more
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by - written on 29/05/10 (Useful, 49 readings)
As we home educate, we use museums alot. We really enjoyed the Ulster Museum, and as an added plus, its free. they have pretty wide variety of exhibits, the basic fare you would expect from a museum, a dinsoaur statue, a mummy several works of art and so, as well as a number of items of Ulster's own history. As we go for a children's day out though, my main interest is the family friendly activities, and there are an adequate amount. First, you get the treasure hunt map and stickers from the front desk. this really adds to teh fun for children as they search out each item, although after 2 trips we gave up and got help to find the salamnder. Then there is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/05/10, updated on 24/05/10 (Very useful, 14 readings)
The Ulster Museum is located just inside Botanic Gardens, in the Queens Quarter of Belfast. It can be easily reached with a 15 minute walk from the city centre, or alternatively you can get a bus, or even park your car (if you have one) in one of the nearby streets. Recently refurbished and redesigned after nearly a 3 year closure, it is now back to retaining it's place as one of Northern Ireland's best museums, as well as being a local favourite. First of all the design and interior architecture: There was a lot of coverage and hype surrounding it's re-opening, and it's easy to see why. It now feels much more dynamic, bright, and open plan. ... Read the complete review
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