Situated in the heart of the Cathedral Quarter beside St Anne’s Cathedral

Learn about Northern Ireland’s role in the Second World War. This museum tells the story of the Belfast Blitz in 1941, the Ulster Home Guard, the role of women and the presence of US Forces from 1942–1944. The museum offers a range of family events, workshops and talks for schools and community groups.

Highlights
  • Learn about Northern Ireland’s role in the Second World War
  • The museum tells the story of the Belfast Blitz in 1941, the Ulster Home Guard, the role of women and the presence of US Forces from 1942–1944
  • Suitable for family events and groups
Open

Open Year Round

Monday to Friday: 10:00–16:30

Closed Saturdays and Sundays except the first Saturday of every month 12:00–16:00

Prices

Admission Prices 2019

Admission is FREE

Useful Information

Check out their range of facilities, services, accessibility, and other useful information.

PARKING: Public car park close by; Cathedral Car Park & St Anne’s Car Park. On-street parking on Talbot Street

ACCESSIBILITY: Wheelchair accessible with disable toilets available

GROUPS: Group tours and talks are available for community groups and schools but booking is required.

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Getting There
Map Location: 54.602459, -5.927938
Contact Northern Ireland War Memorial

21 Talbot Street, Belfast, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland


Eircode: BT1 2LD
T: +353 (0)28 9032 0392
E: info@niwarmemorial.org
W:
www.niwarmemorial.org
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