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Painting the Town: 20th-century views of Lisburn

Monday-Saturday, 9.30am-5pm. Irish Linen Centre & Lisburn Museum Runs until 01 June 2019

Taken from the Museum’s extensive art collection, the exhibition depicts views of Lisburn from its recent past, and examines the town’s architectural heritage, from Georgian townhouses to long-forgotten secret gardens. The exhibition is open Monday to Saturday, 9.30-5pm and entry is free.

Taken from the Museum’s extensive art collection, the exhibition depicts views of Lisburn from its recent past, and examines the town’s architectural heritage, from Georgian townhouses to long-forgotten secret gardens.  The exhibition is open Monday to Saturday, 9.30-5pm and entry is free.

Highlights of the exhibition include scenes of:

  • Bridge Street
  • Union Bridge
  • Piper’s Hill
  • Market Square
  • Railway Street
  • Castle Street
  • Seymour Street

And work from Jim Dunlop, Jack Calderwood, Anna Cheyne , Patrick Stevenson PPRUA, Joe O’Kane, Eric McCully, Stephen Gourley and Raymond Piper.

Cost: FREE

Contact: Reception Telephone Number: 02892663377