Ulster Hall

The Ulster Hall is a Victorian music hall designed by local architect William Barre and opened in 1862. It contains the world-famous Mulholland Grand Organ, which was donated to the city by local linen baron and former Lord Mayor Andrew Mulholland.

Following extensive refurbishment, the Ulster Hall reopened in 2009 with a purpose built gallery and a redesigned Group Space gallery and performance space featuring regular performances from the  Ulster Orchestra.

The building and collections are open to the public Monday to Saturday 10am to 5pm.

34 Bedford Street
Belfast
BT2 7FF
Disabled Access
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