Friday 25 March 2016 - Sunday 19 March 2017 (10am-5pm). Closed Mondays, except for NI Bank Holiday Mondays Ulster Museum Runs until 19 March 2017
The "Remembering 1916: Your Stories" exhibition forms a key part of NMNI's 1916 centenary programme. As well as featuring a diverse range of material from our own collection, it will also draw on a selection of community objects and stories collected through the Living Legacies First World War Engagement Centre. 1916 was the pivotal year of the war for Ireland because of events at home and abroad. The exhibition will acknowledge the importance of the Battle of the Somme and the Easter Rising as distinct events, but will also encourage visitors to make new connections and appreciate the impact of war and revolution on wider society. The exhibition is divided into four main sections â€“ â€˜The Easter Risingâ€™, â€˜The Battle of the Sommeâ€™, â€˜War and Societyâ€™, and â€˜Legacyâ€™. In addition to the range of artefacts on display there will be audio visual displays and an interactive touch-table which traces the course of the war and includes 3D scans, short films and interviews.
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