Schomberg House Cultural Heritage Centre

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Schomberg House welcomes organised parties for tours and talks. You can also view the many interesting artefacts, some dating back to the 1690s and also access a unique documentary resource in our library.

The heritage centre tells the story of Orangeism and its role in Society not only in Northern Ireland but across the world and has on display artefacts from the Williamite period together with such diverse items as the ceremonial robe of the famous "Grand Old Duke of York" of nursery rhyme fame and stone carvings by Native American members of the Orange Order in Canada. It it named after the famous General who was second in command to King William III, Prince of Orange, at the Battle of the Boyne.

Venue Type:

Museum, Archive

Opening hours

Mon - Fri 9.30-17.00

Collection details

Personalities, Religion, Weapons and War

Schomberg House Cultural Heritage Centre
368 Cregagh Road
Co. Antrim
Northern Ireland




028 9070 1122


028 9040 3700

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