028 9038 3000
028 9038 3030
028 9038 3110
Press & PR
028 9038 3111
Minicom for Hearing Impaired
028 9038 3008
028 9038 3003
028 9038 3033
028 9038 3103
Northern Ireland's treasure house of the past and present.
Take 8,000 square metres of galleries, add rich collections of art, archaeology, local history and natural sciences, mix them with a constantly changing programme of temporary exhibitions and events, and you have all the ingredients for a fascinating voyage of discovery. From ancient Ireland to the South Pacific, from masterpieces of modern art to rare flowers, the Museum is a window to the north of Ireland and a window on the world.
Tues-Sun 10:00 - 17:00
Carparking within the Museum grounds is only available for visitors with a disability. Please call in advance to book.
Archaeology, Archives, Coins and Medals, Costume and Textiles, Decorative and Applied Art, Fine Art, Industry, Natural Sciences, Photography, Science and Technology, Social History, Toys and Hobbies, Weapons and War, World Cultures
Key artists and exhibits
- Fine and Applied Arts
- Local History
- Natural History
- 25 October 2013 — 2 February 2014 *on now
The Ulster Museum marks the centenary of the birth of William Scott (1913-1989) with this major retrospective.
Across a career spanning six decades, Scott produced an extraordinary body of work that has secured his reputation as one of the leading British painters of his generation.
Exhibiting in America and Europe from the early 1950s, Scott is renowned for his powerful handling of paint in his exploration of still life, landscape and the nude.
This major exhibition, developed in collaboration with Tate St Ives and The Hepworth, Wakefield, marks the achievements of this internationally acclaimed modern painter and draws on collections across the UK and Ireland.
- Any age