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My wife and I visited this museum as part of a black cab tour and it was a sobering experience although as an Englishman I found the experience uncomfortable. As a child of the sixties, the "troubles" were a constant feature on TV as was the Vietnam war so you really need to have an open mind when looking around... 更多
When you visit Belfast with all its history of political conflict then a visit to this museum is essential to understand why so many have fought for a united republican Ireland for centuries. There are some areas linked to the Protestant position but the vast majority of the exhibits reflect, understandably, Republicanism, and is a tribute to all those that... 更多
Interesting and eery. Contains the original door to Ailene Hickey's cell and all sorts of other weaponry, badges, uniforms and photos. There is a library at the rear, and you can also sit and watch videos relating to the troubles
We came across an advert for this museum strolling up the Falls Road, and ended up in a fascinating place. It's an easy journey from the city centre or you could get one of the 'taxi buses'. It is a tremendous collection and combines the personal histories of individual women and men with the wider context. The staff are friendly,... 更多
So much real life history is contained in this little museum. It is little but mighty. So much to see, learn and absorb. Well worth a stop if you are in the area. Very informative. No entry fee but donations are welcomed. Will definitely visit again.
You can spend a great deal of time reviewing the artifacts of the conflicts in this region. Very interesting, with many articles and a library. Would recommend.
We heard about this museum from a fellow traveler. It is tucked in a somewhat inconspicuous community space. Once we arrived, the museum manager spent time talking with us informally about the origin of the museum and the personal connection she has to the space ( her sister was a political prisoner). Loads of newspaper clippings, Images and memorabilia from... 更多
I went into this museum, which accepts donations but does not charge, with an average knowledge about the situation in Belfast. I learned a fantastic amount. I am old enough to remember the hunger strikers but I had never been moved by it the way I was here. These were men who literally starved themselves to death for a cause.... 更多
As an American, I had little idea how long The Troubles really were part of daily life, and did not know who Eileen Hickey was. We took a taxi tour of the murals which included a visit to this museum, and learned so very much. As a writer, I wish I could have stayed several days reading and learning about... 更多