Visitors to the Museum of Orange Heritage are ensured plenty of family fun this Easter.
As well as experiencing the cultural heritage and traditions of the Orange Institution – children’s crafts and art activities will also be available in the interactive learning zone at the east Belfast facility during the holiday weekend.
All art activities will be accessible to the public on Easter Monday and Easter Tuesday. The Cregagh Road museum is also open to the public on Good Friday and Easter Saturday.
The Institution’s other museum at Sloan’s House, Loughgall – focusing on the origins of Orangeism in Co Armagh – is open to the public on Good Friday, Easter Saturday and Easter Tuesday.
Food and refreshments are available in the on-site cafés at both venues.
For more information visit the museums’ website at www.orangeheritage.co.uk, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 028 9070 1122 (Belfast) 028 3889 2048 (Loughgall).
The Belfast museum is open Tuesday to Saturday 10am–5pm and Loughgall is open from 10am–4pm.