Green Lane Museum
Located within the beautiful surroundings of Roe Valley Country Park, Green Lane Museum gives visitors the opportunity to explore 19th and 20th century history relating to rural life in the Roe Valley including farming, local trades and linen industries. Temporary exhibitions and craft demonstrations take place at selected times throughtout the season.
Opens 14th April- Closes 24th September
April & May- weekends only, 1pm-4.45pm
June, July, Aug- Monday-Sunday, 1pm-4.45pm
September- weekends only
Closed for winter. Schools and community groups can arrange an out of season visit by contacting Museum Services.
Ulster's V.C. Heroes of the Great War Exhibition
During the Great War, 628 Victoria Crosses were awarded to servicemen from the UK and its overseas Empire. This exhibition celebrates the achievements of 19 gallant V.C. winners from Ulster. Portraits of each V.C. winner, by local artist Philip Armstrong, form the basis of this touring exhibition. This exhibition was launched in 2016 by the First Minister at Stormont and produced by the Ulster-Scots Agency.
Exhibition runs 3 May- 29 June
Sporting Life Exhibition
This photographic display focuses on Limavady sporting events and clubs from the 1950’s to more recent times. The selection of photographs are taken from the Chronicle and Constitution negatives archive which are currently on loan to Coleraine Museum.
Exhibition runs 1 July- 24 September
Contact Us - 41 Dogleap Road Limavady BT49 9NN
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028 7776 0650