We offer educational guided tours of the museum to various groups from schools, organisations, churches, youth groups, cross-community groups, historical societies, probus, all levels of disability and including elderly groups.
The Home Rule Crisis & The Great War
- Political & social landscape of early 20th century Ireland
- Formation and purpose of the Irish & Ulster Volunteer Force alongside their leaders such as John Redmond and Lord Edward Carson.
- Formation of the 10th, 16th Irish and 36th Ulster divisions
- Easter Rising in Dublin
- The soldiers road to the front
- Soldiers stories (ranges from numerous personal accounts from soldiers who served)
- Irelands sacrifices during the war years and how it affected us as a nation
- & More
World War II & The Home Front
- Battle of Britain
- Belfast Blitz
- 1940s life on the Homefront
- Civilian Evacuees such the Gibraltarian & Jewish Kinder transport
- Belgian, Polish & American forces in Northern Ireland during the War Years
- Individual soldiers stories such as Lt. Col. Robert Blair "Paddy" Mayne (DSO & 3 Brs)
- Women in War both in the services and in the Homefront
- Unique collections of authentic Second World War vehicles including the only D-Day vehicle in Northern Ireland
- & More
If you would like to arrange a tour with us please click on the booking page above and fill in a booking form.
Alongside tours we have helped families re-connect with their roots by helping them research their relatives who served in The Great War. We can also help advise families on researching their Second World War relatives as the information is still protected and held through the Services Records Office
Over the years we have carried out many external events including the largest events to commemorate the decade of centenaries and to commemorate key anniversaries of the Second World War.
We are a volunteer based organisation and we are always looking for like minded people to help us tell the stories of our war time veterans held within the museum.