Join Ulster Architectural Heritage at Riddel’s Warehouse and other Red Brick buildings across Belfast as we celebrate the city’s Red Brick heritage at Open Heritage Belfast, for EHOD 2018.
The Open Heritage Hub will be at Riddel’s Warehouse, Ann Street, 87-91 Ann Street, Belfast. We look forward to welcoming you at Riddel’s where we will host a brand new exhibition highlighting the legacy of red brick architecture and brickworks in Belfast in the spectacular atrium. UAH will offer:
Guided tours of the building – our tours have now SOLD OUT! To be added to the waiting list email: [email protected]
Self-guided heritage trail of Belfast City Centre for children and families;
Information and advice on EHOD and Belfast’s built heritage;
50% off selected publications to visitors.
If you have missed out on a tour – fear not! UAH will be at other important red brick buildings across Belfast, including East Belfast Network Centre (formerly Templemore Avenue School), Carnegie Oldpark Library, Conway Mill and Rosemary Street First Presbyterian Church – to tell you more about our Red Brick heritage and historic buildings!
Key Dates and Times:
Riddel’s Warehouse, 87-91 Ann Street, Belfast, BT1 3HH – Sat 8 & Sun 9 September 10am – 4pm
East Belfast Network Centre, 55 Templemore Ave, Belfast, BT5 4FP – Sat 8 September 11am – 4pm; Sun 9 September 1:30-4:30pm
Carnegie Oldpark Library, 46 Oldpark Road, Belfast, BT14 6FR – Sat 8 & Sun 9 September 11am-4pm
Conway Mill, 5-7 Conway Street, Belfast, BT13 2DE – Sat 8 September 10am-5pm, Sun 9 September Closed
First Presbyterian Church, 41 Rosemary Street, Belfast, BT1 1QB – Sat 8 September 10am-4pm, Sun 9 September 11;30am – 4pm
Click on the map below to find out about other EHOD Openers across Belfast!
Other properties will be open across Northern Ireland as part of European Heritage Open Days, EHOD 2018, find out more here.