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Milford House Museum isn't just a museum in Northern Ireland, Milford House Museum is a story of a journey, a journey of dedication, hard work and total commitment. This commitment has been a lifelong endeavour for the museums curator Stephen McManus. Stephen has dedicated at least half of his life to this house and it's future story lies solely in the hands of this totally dedicated guy. There is so much too see here and I just loved the fact that no matter how small an artefact, the artefact comes with a truly huge story. I could literally go on for hours talking about this place and in just 150 words that would truly be impossible. But I will go as far as too say that Milford House Museum is one of Northern Ireland's biggest & brightest hidden gems and I would truly recommend you visit here.

Milford House Museum

Attraction

Milford House Museum

A hidden gem of a museum portraying the history of the McCrum family, a linen manufacturing family who revolutionized the world of business and sport.

Mission

The main mission and vision of the Trust is to protect, promote and preserve Milford House, its parkland and the heritage attached to it for the benefit of the nation. Also to protect, promote and preserve the built architectural, industrial and natural landscape of the Milford area for the benefit of the nation”.

Company Overview

The Milford Buildings Preservation Trust, a company and registered charity (no.XR82797) was set up in 1999 by Stephen Mc Manus. It now operates the Milford House Museum located at 57 William Street, Milford, Co. Armagh.

Description

A hidden gem of a museum portraying the history of the McCrum family, a linen manufacturing family, and everyday life at their home Milford House. The museum also tells the story of the Manor House School which was later established in the house. Please note that Milford House is in private ownership and not accessible to the public. the museum is located at 57 William Street, Milford.

General information

The museum is open seasonally from May to September by prior arrangement. Visitors welcome anytime. Please contact Trust to arrange a visit.An admission charge is payable. A variety of tours are available including guided, living history and educational tours. Group visits are also welcome - please contact in advance to arrange a suitable time.

 

Our Address

57 William Street,,
Armagh City, BT60 3PD

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