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Ulster Folk & Transport Museum

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Sitting in an over 170 acre area of gorgeous countryside, the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum will allow you to celebrate your big day surrounded by history. Unique facilities, great services, tasteful food combine in a unique location in Northern Ireland. Make your wedding an unforgettable event to treasure forever!

Facilities and capacity

There are two areas to celebrate your wedding for you to consider, which are:

  • The Cultra Manor. Being able to accommodate up to 150 people and dating back to 1902, this Edwardian manor keeps much of its classic architectural greatness with original period traits, an exceptional setting for beautiful ceremonies and receptions.
  • The Omagh Meeting House. A lovely setting for 300 guests for a religious ceremony. The gracefully restored Omagh Meeting House was originally built back in 1717 on the Dublin Road in Omagh, Co Tyrone, and was relocated to the Folk Museum where it sits today.

Services offered

Designing and creating the ideal wedding for you is much easier than you may think. Take full advantage of their impeccable close attention to detail and their first-class level of service throughout all your wedding planning process.


Whatever you might require, they will ensure they suit your every need and demand, be it a majestic table set up or delicious wedding gourmet choices, and everything in between.


The Ulster Folk & Transport Museum is situated just 7 miles away east of Belfast, nearby Holywood, on the main Belfast to Bangor Road (A2), only 15 minutes away from the heart of Belfast City.

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