Father Arthur Michael McGinnis, who was ordained a Roman Catholic priest and sent to the small town of Gettysburg during the 19th century, owned this buggy, pre-dating the Civil War he witnessed.
From Celtic revival chairs to carved 18th century tables, see five of the best from the newly-opened Ulster Museum exhibition.
A children’s atomic energy science set - once described as the world’s most dangerous toy - has gone on display in the Elements exhibition at Ulster Museum.
The Titanic Foundation has won £4.9 million in Heritage Lottery Fund backing for its plans to turn the vacant Harland and Wolff headquarters into a commercially viable hotel.
"Extremely lucky" archaeologists find evidence of 15th century settlement near Northern Irish castle
The Environment Minister for Northern Ireland says a surprise stone-built structure near Dunluce Castle is a "tremendously exciting historical development".
The Bolshoi Theatre and the Russian Museum of Ethnography are displaying dozens of dazzling costumes at the 19th century Crumlin Road Gaol in Belfast. See pictures here.
HMS Caroline, the lone survivor of the largest naval battle of World War I, will be turned into a major museum - 90 years after she moved to Belfast Harbour.