As a touring exhibition organised by the National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin in partnership with National Museums NI and National Galleries of Scotland, all three tour venues are charging admission to the exhibition. Ticket sales support the cost of bringing the tour to Belfast, including many paintings from private collections never seen together here before.
Lavery On Location will be the only exhibition in the museum with an admission fee – the rest of the museum will remain free to visit. To see the exhibition, you will need to book a ticket with an entry timeslot using the 'Book Tickets' link above (or click here). Members and Friends of the Ulster Museum go free however advanced booking is recommended to secure your preferred timeslot.
Entry to the exhibition on Wednesday mornings (10 - 12 noon) will be free to all, but you will still need to book a free, timed ticket in advance here.
Children under 5 will be free - a child ticket is for all other ages up to the age of 18.
Visitors with a registered disability and access helpers or carers do not need to pay, however, booking is still required.
So all visitors are aware, our set session times for schools are Tuesday – Friday 10:00 – 13:00, so the exhibition will seem busier if a school is in.