Troubles and Beyond Exhibition Tour

Take a tour of the Troubles and Beyond Gallery on Thursday 21st September, led by our modern history curator Rebecca Laverty.

This exhibition gives an in-depth look at Northern Ireland’s history from 1969 to the present day. It focuses on the impact and legacy of the period referred to as ‘the Troubles’ through objects from the collections and first-hand accounts. Our ‘Troubles and Beyond’ exhibition continues to evolve through the feedback from our visitors. This unique tour offers new insight into recently acquired objects and our continuing work towards togetherness.

This event is taking place as part of Good Relations Week. Please book your place for free through the link.

Fermanagh Churches’ Forum Study Visit

Organised by Fermanagh Churches’ Forum (linked to ISE network of Inter-church Fora) and supported by Fermanagh and Omagh District Council, the study visit will include a tour of Hillsborough Castle and the East Belfast Mission.

Participants will have a guided tour of the historic Hillsborough Castle,  Northern Ireland’s only royal residence, followed by a tour of East Belfast Mission.

Situated in the ‘Skainos’ Centre, Belfast, East Belfast Mission, has a long track record of social engagement in the inner city and works to achieve “renewal and transformation in the East Belfast community”.

For further information, contact Eileen Gallagher on 07789 288901 or email


History of the Headstones Tour

A cross community tour of Derry City Cemetery suitable for all age groups. Learn the history of our people and City where every headstone has a tale to tell. A tour like no other that encounters our Edwardian and Victorian industrialists, philanthropists, criminals and poor. Hear tales of love, hate, politics and adventure, world wars, plagues and heroism. All in a beautiful setting overlooking the City and River Foyle.

For more information, please contact

AYE RCity ENGAGE Group Open Top Bus Tour

Open top bus tour for a group of young people from Ardoyne and Shankill to explore their city and their shared heritage.

This event brings together young people from Ardoyne and Shankill and helps them explore their shared history together