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Explore The Ulster Hall’s rich history and cultural heritage through interpretative displays, permanent exhibitions and poetry inspired by archive material and reminiscences evoking special personal memories.
Installed in 1862, the famous Mulholland Grand Organ was presented to the Ulster Hall by former Lord Mayor of Belfast, Andrew Mulholland as a ‘magnificent instrument for the citizens of Belfast.’
The Mulholland Grand Organ has long been recognised as one of the finest examples of classical organ building. It has been the heartbeat of the Ulster Hall throughout the building’s history and continues to play an important role in the venue’s cultural activities.
One of Belfast’s most prized art collections, these famous paintings were specially commissioned for the Ulster Hall before it first opened and depicts historic Victorian scenes of Belfast.
Joseph Carey is one of Northern Ireland’s best known artists. His beautiful paintings have been restored to its original splendour and are now on permanent display.
This exhibition celebrates the Ulster Hall’s unrivalled boxing legacy, showcases many of the legendary local boxers who have fought here and reveals many of our most memorable boxing occasions.
Legendary Ulster boxers, Rinty Monaghan, Barry McGuigan and Wayne McCullough are among the famous names to have fought and won boxing titles at the Ulster Hall - icons of the sport who elevated Northern Ireland boxing to the world stage.