The Museum of Orange Heritage consists of two Interpretive Centres - 'Schomberg House' in Belfast and 'Sloan's House' in Loughgall, County Armagh - a joint project between the Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland and County Armagh Grand Orange Lodge.
Both sites opened in Summer 2015 and were supported by the European Union's PEACE III Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB).
We are open to the public and especially welcome school, youth and community groups who wish to learn more about the Orange Institution, its history and contemporary relevance.
Publications, Leaflets, Exhibitions, Educational Resources & More
Our Friends' Groups support the Work of our Museum whilst enjoying great perks, special events and more.
Our Museum and branded Merchandise and Shop Products are a must-have for Members & Visitors
WHERE ARE WE?
We're located at the top of the Cregagh Road, just off the A55 Dual Carriageway, Country-bound
Learn More about our People, including our Board Members and Staff
Following on from Government advice, in relation to the recent Covid 19 outbreak, the Museum of Orange Heritage has been closed. This will impact on our response to historical and genealogical inquiries.
Any inquiries received will be filed and responses sent as things get back to normal. We would encourage people to continue to engage with us but accept that certain inquiries will not be resolved in the short term.
We appreciate your cooperation at this time.
Dr. Jonathan Mattison