Talk:List of museums in Northern Ireland

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What is a Museum? What exactly is a museum in the context of this list & wikipedia? For instance are the following "museums"

- Linen Hall Library, Belfast
- Carrickfergus Town Museum, Antrim
- Bangor Town Museum, Down (includes exhibits from Bergenz and object d'Art collection from some local fella)
- Castle Archdale, Fermanagh: exhibits about wartime sea-plane base
- Glenariff Forest Park, Antrim: contains an exhibition about local mining activities as well as fauna/flora
- Nendrum Museum, Comber, Down:  very small collection of artifacts found in ruins of monastary (Bell is in Ulster Museum)
- Grey Point Fort, Helens Bay: artillery battery from 1st & 2nd WW (claims first shot in anger 1914)

are the various National Trust properties excluded? e.g.

- Mount Stewart
- Castleward
- Florence Court

with their various, personal collections

and what about other odd-balls like

- Wellbrook Beetling Mill, Cookstown
- Ballycopeland Windmill, Millisle  

—Preceding query added by Blacktav (talkcontribs) 19:10, 4 May 2010 (UTC)