Belfast Telegraph

Loyal orders in cut price ticket for trio of museums

By Staff Reporter

The Orange Order and the Apprentice Boys of Derry have come together to offer a special ticket allowing visitors to visit all of the outreach facilities run by the organisations.

Visitors to the Museums of Orange Heritage in both Belfast and Loughgall, and the Siege Museum in Londonderry, can now avail of a new deal that allows them to visit all three for a special discounted rate.

The initiative between the Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland and the Apprentice Boys will run for the next couple of months.

Curator of the Museum of Orange Heritage Dr Jonathan Mattison welcomed the closer co-operation between the respective museums.

The Museum of Orange Heritage at Schomberg House in Belfast and at Sloan's House in Co Armagh both opened in June 2015, while the Siege Museum in Derry opened in of March last year.

Joint tickets, costing £10 each, are now available from all three sites and are eligible to use at each museum until September 30 this year.

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