All nature & natural history museums and attractions to visit in Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland has a lot to offer for people that like animals, plants and anything else related to nature and its history. Below we list all 7 nature and natural history museums that are located in Northern Ireland.

Is nature and the natural world something that interests you and are you looking for the best nature museums to visit in Northern Ireland? These are the ones:

  1. Giant's Causeway Visitor Centre1

    Giant's Causeway Visitor Centre

  2. Exploris2


    The Northern Ireland Aquarium was opened by Ards Borough Council in 1987 to enable the public to view the amazingly diverse marine life that exists around these islands. The conservation village of Portaferry was the ideal location. It is sited on the shores of the Marine Nature reserve of Strangfo
  3. Armagh Observatory and Planetarium3

    Armagh Observatory and Planetarium

    The Armagh Observatory and Planetarium offers visitors a unique experience which makes it "the place for space". In the Planetarium’s Digital Full Dome Theatre you can sit back, relax and experience the wonders of our Universe. Take a tour of the night sky, and discover how our scientific research
  4. Downhill Demesne and Hezlett House4

    Downhill Demesne and Hezlett House

  5. Ardress House5

    Ardress House

    Ardress House is a museum in Portadown. The museum features exhibits related to: decorative and applied art and social history.
  6. ECOS - Millennium Environmental Centre6

    ECOS - Millennium Environmental Centre

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    Crom Visitor Centre

    Escape to this breathtaking 810-hectare demesne, set amid the romantic and tranquil landscape of Upper Lough Erne. One of Ireland's most important nature conservation areas, Crom's ancient woodland and picturesque islands are home to many rare species, including the elusive pine marten. The ancient

All museums in Northern Ireland