Perfect Stop Off Point In Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland is amazingly picturesque, beautiful and offers several tourist attractions. The tourist attractions in northern ireland are contemporary as well as historic. The country has a rejuvenated landscape and the people are extremely welcoming and warm.

However, when the degrees start dropping and staying indoors becomes an attractive proposition, Northern Ireland has loads of museums for the visitors to hibernate in. From dinosaurs to castles and local artefacts to aeroplanes, there are a plethora of activities to explore and enjoy and learn at the Northern Ireland museums.

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Titanic Belfast

Belfast's Titanic Quarter has gone through several renovations and it is considered the showpiece of this area. The Titanic Museum was started in 2012 as a tribute to the centenary of the sinking of the ship. This museum covers the history of Belfast and the history of the amazing Titanic itself. Voted as the World's Best Tourist Destination in 2016, you just cannot miss a visit to the museum.

Ulster Museum, Belfast

Located within Botanic Gardens, Belfast, this Museum draws thousands of visitors. It was renovated in 2006, and retains a contemporary and fresh feel. This exhibits a notable amount of artefacts starting right from the Ice Age to the present day Ireland. This museum offers something for everyone.

Enniskillen Castle Museum

On your trip to County Fermanagh, this Museum will be fantastic day out with its vast and varied display of the local artefacts. The Enniskillen Castle museum has an exhibition that represents the diverse and rich culture of Fermanagh.

Armagh County Museum, Armagh

With the onset of the orchard season in October, you can plan a trip to Armagh. This will be a wonderful autumn day out for the entire family. After taking a tour of the orchards you can visit the Armagh County Museum and learn about all those who worked and lived in the city over the centuries.


Situated in the Odyssey Complex of Belfast, this Interactive Discovery Centre comprises of more than 200 interactive exhibits. The focus of these exhibits is firmly on exploring science. This museum has been named after the 5 interrogative words -- Who, What, Where, When, and Why. W5 offers education as well as entertainment both in equal degree.

Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, Cultra

When you visit this museum it will take you to a Northern Ireland of nearly a hundred years ago. Visitors can explore some of the best collections of transport that can be displayed anywhere in Europe. From the magnificent parkland area to the number of shops and cottages a visit to the Folk & Transport Museum in Cultra is a really unique experience. From the vintage cars and motorbikes, to the blacksmiths who reside here, there is plenty for you to see. It is a guaranteed interesting day for all the family.

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