domingo, 9 de enero de 2022



Explore over forty carefully reconstructed shops, houses, and industrial areas across 26 landscaped acres. Meet friendly historic characters who’ll tell you what it was like to live and work during the Industrial Revolution and beyond.

There’s plenty for the entire family to get stuck into:

Take a ride on one of our heritage vehicles

See daily live industrial demonstrations including chain and nail making

Test your times tables in a 1912 school lesson

Play old-fashioned street games

Catch a vintage film in our 1920s cinema

Find out about weird and wonderful treatments of the past in Emile Doo’s Chemist

Enjoy the tastes of the past in our 1930s fish and chip shop, baker’s shop, and traditional sweet shop

Quench your thirst in the Bottle & Glass Inn


Kenneth Branagh comes home with Belfast film premiere

Movie stars, including Jamie Dornan, Caitríona Balfe and Ciarán Hinds, have joined Sir Kenneth Branagh on the red carpet to open this year's Belfast Film Festival at the Waterfront Hall.

Branagh returned to his hometown to showcase his latest film Belfast.

It follows the life of a Belfast family in the late 1960s as the Troubles broke out and will be released in UK cinemas on 21 January.

Also at the premiere was break-out star of the movie 10-year-old Jude Hill.

The film explores his character's childhood, amid the social and political tumult of the time.

Written and directed by Branagh, the film also stars Dame Judi Dench.

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