Antrim Castle Gardens is an absolute historical gem. You will find nothing like these 400 year old gardens anywhere else in Northern Ireland.
An inscribed stone cross at Duncrun marks the site of St Patrick's Monastery and the Roman Catholic church there is dedicated to St Aidan (C6) whose tomb stands near the old church ruins. The grave of Denis O'Hempsey (Dennis Hampson), the ...
The Apprentice Boys of Derry Memorial Hall and museum is dedicated to the history and heritage of the Siege of Londonderry 1688 - 1689. The building is neo-gothic, with a strong Scottish baronial façade and is a listed building.
Discover the history of the O’Neills, the Flight of the Earls and the Plantation of Ulster at the permanent, interactive exhibition in Ranfurly House Arts and Visitor Centre. Take a stroll on the Hill of the O’Neill and take in the excellent views.
Dunluce Castle is located dramatically close to a headland that plunges straight into the sea, along the North Antrim coast.
The power of the O’Neill chieftains in Tyrone came to an end in 1607. Defeated in battle by English forces and fearful for their future, Hugh O’Neill and his allies fled Ireland in what has become known as the Flight of the Earls.
The main feature of the ruined 12th-century church is its fine Romanesque doorway. The archaic stone figures set into the wall pre-date the church. Passenger ferry from Castle Archdale Country Park.
Explore the Blue Coat Visitor Centre and discover the compelling, and often surprising story of the First Derry Presbyterian Church that has been at the heart of its community since the 17th century.
Finnis Souterrain, locally known as ‘Binder’s Cove,’ is a hidden gem for the intrepid heritage enthusiast.
Famous for its perfect 12th-century round tower and ruined Augustinian abbey.