Yes, you can choose to have your wedding ceremony in either the Manor or in the Omagh Meeting House Church in the Folk Museum.
- Cultra Manor is suitable for civil, humanist or religious wedding ceremonies. The Drawing Room in Cultra Manor is licenced by Ards and North Down Council for Civil Marriages and Partnerships (including Humanist ceremonies). Our beautiful Terrace to the back of Cultra Manor is also licenced for Civil Ceremonies. Each couple must apply directly to Ards and North Down Council Registration Office to organise the legalities for a civil ceremony. More information can be found on the Council website: https://www.ardsandnorthdown.gov.uk/resident/births-deaths-marriages-and-civil-partnerships/marriages
- The Omagh Meeting House Church located in the Folk Museum is suitable for religious or humanist wedding ceremonies. Couples will bring their own minister or celebrant, who will take care of the necessary paperwork involved and will ensure the legalities are in order.