National museum noted for its collections of Irish art, history, natural sciences and archaeology. Early Ireland gallery (10,000 BC-1,500 BC). Treasures from the Spanish Armada. The Museum's remarkable permanent collection of Irish, British, European and American art is complemented by major exhibitions in the newly-refurbished premier temporary exhibitions gallery and other spaces. Running through most of 2000 are Comtemporary International Paintings and Sculpture and Life and Art of Native Americans. Don't miss the work of William Conor, the local genius who captured the spirit of Belfast people like no other. A cafe named after him is in his former studio.
Shop, cafe, wheelchair access. Parking on request. Galleries start to close at 4.50 pm.
Note: Map is an approximate indication ONLY. Please contact Ulster Museum for directions and precise location prior to your visit.