Replica of a tower near Belfast, in the training camp of the 36th Division which, on 1st July 1916, was caught between Germany fire and British shelling. It is the Irish memorial for the Battle of the Somme.
The Ulster tower is the replica of a tower located near Belfast in the training camp of the 36th Division that, on 1 July 1916, was caught in the crossfire of the German and British artillery.
Irish monument for the Battle of the Somme. It is also a memorial to the soldiers from Ulster who perished during the Great War.
Information centre, video room, shop, cafeteria.
Free individual tours
Guided individual tours
Average visit duration
Languages of the visit
- Projection room
- Bar, cafeteria, tea room, refreshment bar
- Free car park
01/03/2023 to 30/11/2023
Notes on closures: Monday