About the Project
“As part of the Digital Maker Club, my peers and I discovered not only how technology can enhance collections, but also how young people could be more represented and included by the museum”- Niamh Kelly (participant on Digital Maker Club)
The Nerve Centre is Northern Ireland’s leading creative media arts centre. More than 120,000 people a year benefit from the Nerve Centre’s wide-ranging programme of arts events, cutting edge projects, community relations activities, creative learning centres, training opportunities, and state-of-the-art production facilities.
Ulster Folk Museum
Ulster Folk Museum allows you to discover town and countryside and experience what life was like over 100 years ago. It is an ope air museum, consisting of authentic and replica buildings from the past, rare breed animals in the rural farm area and comes to life through first person interpreters and visitor guides.
North Down Museum
The museum tells the story of the North Down area from the Bronze Age to the present day, each exhibition is dedicated to a particular era of local history. Key artefacts on display include the Bronze Age Ballycroghan Swords, the Bangor Bell from the important Bangor Abbey settlement and the Raven Maps, the only complete folio of Plantation era maps in Ireland.
Mid & East Antrim Museum services
Mid Antrim and East Antrim Museum Services promote history and heritage by preserving and interpreting museum collections for the public good. Museums include Mid Antrim Museum, Carrickfergus Museum, Larne Museum and Arts Centre, Andrew Jackson Cottage and US Rangers Centre.
Causeway Coast & Glen Services
It was established in order to enhance the well-being of citizens, communities and visitors by providing participation in, access to and an understanding of Culture, Arts and Heritage. Museums include Ballymoney Museum, Ballycastle Museum, Coleraine Museum, Green Lane Museum and Limavady Museum.