Apprentice Boys of Derry Exhibition
A new Exhibition has arrived at Carleton Street Orange Hall and Heritage Centre. The pop up exhibition explores the history of the formation of the Apprentice Boys of Derry. The Exhibition is kindly on loan from the Siege Museum, based in Londonderry.
The Siege Museum
The Siege Museum was officially opened in March 2016 and is dedicated to commemorating the history of the Siege of Londonderry 1688-89 and the cultural heritage of the Associated Clubs of the Apprentice Boys of Derry. There is tours available of the Siege Museum. It contains three modern galleries which are packed with exciting stories of endurance, defiance, adventure and the legendary bravery of the 13 young apprentice boys!
Apprentice Boys Portadown
Carleton Street Orange Hall is home to the Apprentice Boys of Derry Portadown Branch Club. The exhibition is a chance to explore memorabilia of the Apprentice Boys and also discover the history behind their formation. Along the way there is also the opportunity to explore the history of the Siege of Londonderry.
The Exhibition is open at Carleton Street Orange Hall and Heritage Centre for the month of March. It is open Monday to Thursday 9:00-16:15, Friday 9:00-13:15 and Tuesday evening 19:30-20:30. This is a family friendly exhibition with activities for the kids also available. Exhibition booklets are also available, free of charge.
Tours of Carleton Street Orange Hall and Heritage Centre
Our usual daily tours of the Orange Hall are also available during the exhibition. Guided tours or audio tours are both available. This tour is the perfect opportunity to learn more about the history and heritage of Orangeism in Portadown. Carleton Street Orange Hall has been at the heart of Portadown since 1875. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office on 028 38332010.