St Patrick’s Day at Ulster Folk & Transport Museum – 17th March

St Patrick’s Day at Ulster Folk & Transport Museum – 17th March

St Patrick’s Day at Ulster Folk & Transport Museum – 17th March

Have a jolly green St Patrick’s Day around the rolling hills and cobbled streets of the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum on Saturday 17 March.

Experience a range of traditional farming activities, crafts and skills as well as performances from musicians and Irish dancers throughout the day as the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum celebrates St Patrick’s Day.  Learn more about a host of traditional crafts from the museum’s team of expert guides including basket making, tweed weaving, blacksmithing and wood carving. Food enthusiasts can experience traditional open-hearth baking and sample the very best of Irish cuisine with champ, potato bread and drop scones available to visitors on the day. For more information visit www.nmni.com

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