The Ulster Museum is situated in Belfast’s Botanic Gardens. The museum was established in 1929 and is the biggest museum in Northern Ireland. The museum displays a wide range of objects. It hosts an array of fine art, important objects that relate to local history, zoology, geology and much more. The museum was in existence in some capacity before 1929 but it wasn’t till 1929 it was moved to its current location. The museum was closed for renovation in the years 2006 to 2009 when it was reopened to mark its 80th anniversary.
The museum is easy to get to and from, it is situated in the city and accessible by public transport.
Opening Times and Admission
Entrance to the museum is free of charge and all ages are welcome. The museum has its own gift shop with an extensive range of products on offer, every purchase helps fund the National Museums of Northern Ireland.