The following is the calendar of events to be held at other locations but featuring our exhibitions. This information is updated as new events are planned and arranged.
Portadown Heritage Tours invites you to join us for a Jubilee Community Celebration at Carleton Street Orange Hall on Saturday 11th June from 12 Noon.
Entry £2 per person
Featuring 'D Day Voices' in WW2'.
An exhibition on the 'D Day' Landings and the Battle of Normandy. This exhibition examines what it was like for the men and women who had a part to play in the Second World War, by featuring interviews from the Somme Museum's extensive oral history program; which ever a number of years has interviewed veterans and recorded their words for future generations. The words used are the veterans own and we have compiled an exhibition that includes their testimonies along with Historical Fact. Exhibition on display from 11th June until 17th June.
A family fun day with soft play area, bouncy castle face painting, arts & crafts and a cinema experience.
Indoor picnic boxes available to order
Picnic boxes include sandwiches, scones, cocktail sausages and tray bakes. Deposit or full payment required to confirm orders. Picnic boxes are prices at £3 per person with a range of sizes available to suit group and family bookings.
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The First World War was a watershed for women, especially in relation to new employment and enhanced voting opportunities. Women and the First World War travelling exhibition created by The Somme Museum to commemorate women's role in the First World War will be on display later in 2022. The exhibition will explain the important roles which women undertook after the men of Ulster volunteered for war and left to fight. The exhibition tells the story of women at the home front, how traditional feminine roles would finally be valued, given recognition from the old Victorian rigid society, women at the front line, stories of famous women of the era and the suffragette movement.