Ulster Folk & Transport Museum

Holywood Gallery or Museum
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Total Meeting Space1,000 sq. m
Standing Capacity10,000
Seating Capacity500
Built
Renovated
Cultra
Holywood BT18 OEU
Onsite Catering
Cultra
Holywood BT18 OEU

Amenities

Facilities

  • AV Capabilities
  • Internet Access
  • Lighting
  • Space (Outdoor)
  • Space (Private)
  • Table Linens
  • Wheelchair Accessible

Alcohol and Catering

  • Alcohol Allowed
  • Onsite Catering
  • Onsite Kitchen

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space1,000 sq. m
Meeting Rooms17
Standing Capacity10,000
Largest Room628 sq. m
Second Largest Room184 sq. m
Seating Capacity500
Space (Private)Available
Space (Outdoor)Available
Meeting Rooms
Room Size
Ceiling Height
Room Dimensions
Maximum Capacity
U-Shape
Banquet Rounds
Cocktail Rounds
Theater
Classroom
Boardroom
Irish Railway Gallery
628sq. m--600-240600500--
AV Room
0sq. m--30---30--
Ballycultra Tearoom
0sq. m--140-80-140--
Gilford Silent Cinema
0sq. m--120---120--
Gilford Outdoor Courtyard
0sq. m--100--100---
Omagh Meeting House
0sq. m--300---300--
The Old Rectory
0sq. m--35-2035---
Northern Bank House
0sq. m--20-1020---
Parochial Hall
0sq. m--120-80120120--
McCusker’s Pub
0sq. m--30--30---
Kennedy Room
184sq. m--210-150210200-40
Evans Room
0sq. m--100-80-10060-
Conor Room
0sq. m--30-30-3024-
Ferguson Room
0sq. m--25---25--
Drawing Room
87sq. m--120-80120100-25
Dining Room
53sq. m--18-18---18
Study
27sq. m--30--3025--

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Parking

  • Complimentary Parking
  • Paid Parking

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National Museums Northern Ireland offer unique and unusual venues for meetings, conferences, incentives, events and a wide range of social occasions, providing the ideal location for a truly memorable experience. Ulster Folk & Transport Museum can host your meeting in an exhibit or exhibition area, from the 1800s Omagh Meeting House to the Gilford Silent Cinema. Where else would you find such a unique blend of authentic character and modern meeting facilities? The Museum’s Ballycultra Town and Rural areas offer the opportunity to experience at first hand a typical Ulster town and rural area of around 1910. Costumed visitor guides bring to life houses, farms, a bank, pub, shops, schoolhouses, old rectory, silent cinema and Edwardian Tearoom.

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