Using PRONI as a Venue

The Public Record Office of Northern Ireland is based in the heart of the Titanic Quarter and can be easily accessed from Belfast City Centre.

PRONI is a division within the Department for Communities (DfC) and is the official archive for Northern Ireland, holding over 3 million records. Our public facilities include a multi-purpose space for up to 100 people which can be configured for lectures, conferences and workshops. We also have a large atrium space which can be used for temporary exhibitions, events and launches.

We can make these facilities available to other organisations or groups for activities that contribute to our wider goal of improving cultural participation throughout the community.  We welcome partnerships with those involved in the following sectors:

  • archives and heritage
  • community and voluntary
  • arts and culture
  • education and lifelong learning
  • libraries
  • museums
  • sporting organisations

The facilities are not available for commercial or fundraising purposes.

PRONI cannot always guarantee availability, but if your organisation is interested in hosting an event or exhibition at PRONI, contact:  for more information.  Remember to include ‘PRONI Venue’ in the subject line of your email.

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