Homes in Focus: Cruckaclady Farmhouse
A series of intimate talks that take place in our beautiful buildingsBook Tickets
Time slots: 11:00 to 11:45 and 13:00 to 13:45
Join Victoria Millar, Senior Curator of History, at Cruckaclady Farmhouse to learn how it was cleverly constructed and discover what it was like for those who lived in this farmhouse during the early 1900s.
'Homes in Focus' is a series of intimate talks that take place in the Ulster Folk Museum’s beautiful buildings, where we’ll be diving deep into the lives of those who lived in them and the history of these unique homes.
For our winter iteration of 'Homes in Focus' we’ll be gathering in Cruckaclady Farmhouse which was opened at the Folk Museum in 1974. Originally situated on a country road between the village of Plumbridge and the town of Strabane in County Tyrone, the house was occupied by several generations of the McNally and McBride families.