NI Music Exhibition
FREE, open daily (times below)
The exhibition consists of four elements including a series of storyboards plotting the history of Northern Ireland music from folk to Snow Patrol and audio visual displays showing the likes of Them, The Undertones, Stiff Little Fingers and Gary Moore.
A ‘Legends’ series of wall displays hail the great achievers in Northern Ireland music while exhibition cases showcase some unique rock and roll memorabilia, including the Fender guitar that Gary Lightbody from Snow Patrol used to write ‘Run’ and ‘Chasing Cars’, a vintage street sign of Cyprus Avenue, made famous in a Van Morrison song, and a specially arranged exhibit of Gary Moore memorabilia kindly donated by his family.
Exhibition Opening Times:
Monday – Friday 10 – 5pm
Saturday 12 – 5pm
Admission is free.
Times/opening/closing dates may change during queiter or busier times. Details will be updated to reflect any changes.
The NI Music Exhibition is currently in receipt of support from Heritage Lottery Fund for a project titled Preserved, Catalogued and Revived to support Oh Yeah in the preparation required to undertake a musuems standard accreditation process.
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