What’s On

Oct
5
Sat
Saturday Opening 12pm – 4pm @ Northern Ireland War Memorial
Oct 5 @ 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Saturday Opening 12pm – 4pm

Visit us and learn all about Northern Ireland’s role in the Second World War. Listen to 1940’s music and play with wartime games and toys. Dress up in real wartime uniforms and helmets and take part in craft activities suitable for all ages.

Free Admission.

NIWM will be opened on the following dates from 12pm-4pm:

  • Saturday 4th May
  • Saturday 1st June
  • Saturday 6th July
  • Saturday 3rd August
  • Saturday 7th September
  • Saturday 5th October
  • Saturday 2nd November
  • Saturday 7th December

#niwarmemorial #NIWM #NIWMSatOpening

Oct
18
Fri
There’ll be Bluebirds over… @ Northern Ireland War Memorial
Oct 18 @ 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM

There’ll be Bluebirds over…

Positive Ageing Month

Friday 18th October – 1.30pm to 2.30pm

Northern Ireland War Memorial

Visit the museum to look back at life in Northern Ireland during the Second World War. Have a slice of wartime cake and a cup of tea. Sing-along to songs from the 1940s with live piano by Karen Diamond. Ration books and identity cards not required.

Booking Required: contact info@niwarmemorial or telephone 02890320392 to book your space.

Northern Ireland War Memorial

21 Talbot Street, Belfast, BT1 2LD

028 9032 0392

Oct
24
Thu
NIWM Lecture Series 2019 / The Ulster Home Guard in the Second World War – David Orr @ Northern Ireland War Memorial
Oct 24 @ 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

NIWM Lecture Series 2019

The Ulster Home Guard in the Second World War

David Orr

Thursday 24th October 2019 at 7.00pm

Northern Ireland War Memorial

This presentation will provide an overview of the Ulster Home Guard during the Second World War. From 1940 to 1944 and uniquely in the United Kingdom, the Home Guard in Northern Ireland was raised as an extension of the constabulary forces which were administered by the Stormont Government. This unusual arrangement led to a number of differences between the Home Guard raised in Ulster and that raised in Great Britain.

David Orr is the author of Duty Without Glory and has co-authored a number of other books.

FREE EVENT – NO BOOKING REQUIRED

Northern Ireland War Memorial

21 Talbot Street, Belfast, BT1 2LD

Nov
2
Sat
Saturday Opening 12pm – 4pm @ Northern Ireland War Memorial
Nov 2 @ 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Saturday Opening 12pm – 4pm

Visit us and learn all about Northern Ireland’s role in the Second World War. Listen to 1940’s music and play with wartime games and toys. Dress up in real wartime uniforms and helmets and take part in craft activities suitable for all ages.

Free Admission.

NIWM will be opened on the following dates from 12pm-4pm:

  • Saturday 4th May
  • Saturday 1st June
  • Saturday 6th July
  • Saturday 3rd August
  • Saturday 7th September
  • Saturday 5th October
  • Saturday 2nd November
  • Saturday 7th December

#niwarmemorial #NIWM #NIWMSatOpening

Nov
25
Mon
Book launch of ‘Petticoat Pilots: Biographies and Achievements of Irish Female Aviators, 1909-1939’ by Michael Traynor @ Northern Ireland War Memorial
Nov 25 @ 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Book launch of ‘Petticoat Pilots: Biographies and Achievements of Irish Female Aviators, 1909-1939’ by Michael Traynor

Monday 25th November – 7pm to 9pm

On Monday 25th November, Michael Traynor will launch his book ‘Petticoat Pilots: Biographies and Achievements of Irish Female Aviators, 1909-1939‘ at the Northern Ireland War Memorial.

The book will be launched by Dr Wendy Austin MBE and the evening will be hosted by aviation historian and author, Guy Warner.

The book is the result of eight years research and comprises 205,000 words on 650 pages divided into two volumes. The detailed index extends to 45 pages. There are 773 photographs most of them are from private family collections and never before been published. It is being offered at a special discounted price of £45 for both volumes purchased on the night. The Foreword is provided by President Michael D. Higgins.

Please see the attached leaflet for a blurb of the publication and for further info.

To RSVP please email traynormichael0@gmail.com.

Northern Ireland War Memorial

21 Talbot Street, Belfast, BT1 2LD

Dec
7
Sat
The Festive Forties @ Northern Ireland War Memorial
Dec 7 @ 10:30 AM – 4:00 PM

The Festive Forties

Free Family Event

Saturday 7th December – 10.30am to 4pm

Join us at the Northern Ireland War Memorial for Festive Fun with wartime games and toys. Learn how people celebrated Christmas under the restraints of rationing and try your hand in our lucky dip or have a go at cracking a secret Christmas message.

  • Play with wartime games and toys
  • Listen to well-loved Christmas songs and singalong
  • Sample our ration recipe Christmas cake – made with dried eggs

Northern Ireland War Memorial Museum

21 Talbot Street, Belfast, BT1 2LD

Jan
4
Sat
Saturday Opening – 12pm-4pm @ Northern Ireland War Memorial
Jan 4 @ 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM

NIWM Saturday Opening

The Northern Ireland War Memorial is continuing to open on the first Saturday of every month from 12pm – 4pm throughout 2020.

Want to learn about the Second World War in Northern Ireland?

Visit the Northern Ireland War Memorial to learn about Air Raid Precautions, Rationing, the Belfast Blitz and the build-up of US Forces in Northern Ireland. Listen to 1940’s music and play with wartime games and toys. Dress up in real wartime uniforms and helmets and take part in craft activities suitable for all ages.

NIWM will be open on the following dates from 12pm-4pm:

  • Saturday 4th January
  • Saturday 1st February
  • Saturday 7th March
  • Saturday 4th April
  • Saturday 2nd May
  • Saturday 6th June
  • Saturday 4th July
  • Saturday 1st August
  • Saturday 5th September
  • Saturday 3rd October
  • Saturday 7th November
  • Saturday 5th December

Free Admission

Northern Ireland War Memorial Museum

21 Talbot Street, Belfast, BT1 2LD

Feb
1
Sat
Saturday Opening – 12pm-4pm @ Northern Ireland War Memorial
Feb 1 @ 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM

NIWM Saturday Opening

The Northern Ireland War Memorial is continuing to open on the first Saturday of every month from 12pm – 4pm throughout 2020.

Want to learn about the Second World War in Northern Ireland?

Visit the Northern Ireland War Memorial to learn about Air Raid Precautions, Rationing, the Belfast Blitz and the build-up of US Forces in Northern Ireland. Listen to 1940’s music and play with wartime games and toys. Dress up in real wartime uniforms and helmets and take part in craft activities suitable for all ages.

NIWM will be open on the following dates from 12pm-4pm:

  • Saturday 4th January
  • Saturday 1st February
  • Saturday 7th March
  • Saturday 4th April
  • Saturday 2nd May
  • Saturday 6th June
  • Saturday 4th July
  • Saturday 1st August
  • Saturday 5th September
  • Saturday 3rd October
  • Saturday 7th November
  • Saturday 5th December

Free Admission

Northern Ireland War Memorial Museum

21 Talbot Street, Belfast, BT1 2LD

Feb
7
Fri
Sing For Victory @ Northern Ireland War Memorial
Feb 7 @ 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM

Sing For Victory

Like many museums in Northern Ireland, NIWM has been working to become a Dementia Friendly Museum with support from Northern Ireland Museums Council and Alzheimers Society.

We offer various workshops which highlight objects from our collection and are engaging and informative for all. Every workshop is different as they are tailored to the needs and interests of a group, but they can include reminiscence, object handling, craft activities and singing.

We’re pleased to announce that we will be offering regular drop-in sing-along Fridays from 1.30pm to 2.30pm throughout 2020 on the selected dates listed below:

  • Friday 7th February
  • Friday 6th March
  • Friday 3rd April
  • Friday 1st May
  • Friday 4th September
  • Friday 2nd October
  • Friday 6th November
  • Friday 4th December

Please get in touch for more information by emailing info@niwarmemorial.org or telephoning 028 9032 0392 – Option 4.

Northern Ireland War Memorial

21 Talbot Street, Belfast, BT1 2LD

Mar
6
Fri
Sing For Victory @ Northern Ireland War Memorial
Mar 6 @ 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM

Sing For Victory

Like many museums in Northern Ireland, NIWM has been working to become a Dementia Friendly Museum with support from Northern Ireland Museums Council and Alzheimers Society.

We offer various workshops which highlight objects from our collection and are engaging and informative for all. Every workshop is different as they are tailored to the needs and interests of a group, but they can include reminiscence, object handling, craft activities and singing.

We’re pleased to announce that we will be offering regular drop-in sing-along Fridays from 1.30pm to 2.30pm throughout 2020 on the selected dates listed below:

  • Friday 7th February
  • Friday 6th March
  • Friday 3rd April
  • Friday 1st May
  • Friday 4th September
  • Friday 2nd October
  • Friday 6th November
  • Friday 4th December

Please get in touch for more information by emailing info@niwarmemorial.org or telephoning 028 9032 0392 – Option 4.

Northern Ireland War Memorial

21 Talbot Street, Belfast, BT1 2LD

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