**Postponed** Ulster Reform Club & Belfast Walking Tour
April 21 @ 10:30 am - 1:00 pm£20.00 – £25.00
**Due to the Covid-19 virus, and with the well being of our attendees and staff in mind, this event has been postponed until further notice.**
Join Ulster Architectural Heritage for an exclusive visit to the Ulster Reform Club in central Belfast. The club was built by Maxwell & Tuke of Manchester, supervised by W H Lynn. It opened on New Year’s Day 1885 as the Reform Club, incorporating the Ulster Club in 1982. The building is a fine example of a Victorian Gentlemans’ Club remaining at the heart of the city for over 130 years.
In recent months extensive renovations have been completed on the building’s stonework and windows.
We will visit the club for a tour of its fine interior, before heading off for a walking tour of Belfast’s historic city centre.
Booking Essential – Tickets: Members £20 / Non Members £25 (includes morning tea/coffee & scone)