After a 3 year £17million redevelopment project the Ulster Museum has reopened. The Museum has collections devoted to a number of subjects, from Archaeology to Applied Art and from Animal Life to History.
It's often named Northern Ireland's treasure house of the past and present, so expect to see a range of astonishing items from across the centuries.
Dinosaurs and Egyptians are just a stone's throw away from modern masterpieces and the wonderings of natural science.
The discovery centres offer an interactive experience for little ones, with lots of activities enabling them to learn through play.
The on-site, Girona Restaurant boasts splendid views across the Botanic Gardens - the perfect place to take a break and enjoy a cake, or two!
Admission is free for all, making this a wonderful day out for the entire family. Make sure it's on your list if you're visiting Ulster soon!
Concessions: Free entry