Heritage Centres - Northern Ireland

Updated Thursday 1st December 2005

Find heritage centres in Northern Ireland.

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Cornmill Heritage Centre
Lineside
Dungannon Road
Coalisland
Tyrone

 

Tel: 028 87748532
Cornmill Heritage Centre website

 

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Ulster Folk and Transport Museum
Cultra
Holywood
Co. Down
BT18 0EU

 

Tel: 028 904 28428
Ulster Folk and Transport Museum website

 

 

 

 

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