Above the door of the entrance into the Ulster Tower is carved:
1914 – 1918
TO THE 36th (ULSTER) DIVISION
AND TO OTHER MEN OF ULSTER
WHO SERVED IN THE GREAT WAR.
When the idea of a war memorial was conceived Ulster was still nine counties:
Today the Ulster Memorial Tower continues to commemorate and remember all those sons of Ulster who served, fought and died for our freedoms and liberties.