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Ulster Wildlife at Ulster Folk Museum - Temporarily Closed

Ulster Folk Museum, 153 Bangor Road, Belfast, Antrim, BT18 0EU
Ulster Wildlife at Ulster Folk Museum - Temporarily Closed

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Learn about local wildlife and how you can make a difference to their habitats and environment to help them thrive.


Activities include :-


• Intro to Wildlife Gardening At the Rectory garden – 9 May

• Your Planet, Your Family – 27 June

• Go Wild With Ulster Wildlife – 22 August



This event is included in general admission.

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Opening Times

09/05/2020 (9 May 2020 - 22 Aug 2020)

* Happening on:
Saturday 27/06/2020 12:00-17:00
Saturday 22/08/2020 12:00-17:00<br /><br /><b>Performance times:</b><br />Happening on:
Saturday 27/06/2020 12:00-17:00
Saturday 22/08/2020 12:00-17:00

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