Ardress is nestled in the apple orchards of County Armagh and offers afternoons of fun and relaxation for everyone. Built in the 17th century as a farmhouse, Ardress was remodelled in Georgian times and has a character and charm all of its own.
• Elegant Neo-classical drawing-room with plasterwork by the Dublin plasterer Michael Stapleton
• Attractive garden with scenic woodland and riverside walks
• Home to an important collection of farm machinery and tools
• Rich apple orchards
• On display is the 1799 table made for the speaker of the Irish Parliament upon which King George V signed the Constitution of Northern Ireland on 22nd June 1921
Historic house, Farm yard, Garden, Shop, Guided tours, Suitable for picnics, Programme of events, Access for visitors with disability, Facilities for families, Learning, Dogs welcome on leads in grounds/garden only.
NB. This map is based on the postcode and so may not reflect the exact location.
Opening times:Lady’s Mile Walk open daily all year, dawn to dusk.
House admission by guided tour, last admission one hour before closing. Open Bank Holiday Mondays and all other public holidays in Northern Ireland.
2015 Opening Times:
House, Farmyard and Grounds
14 Feb - 17 Feb 12:00 - 17:00 Sat - Tues
14 Mar - 28 Jun 13:00 - 18:00 Sat - Sun
3 Apr - 12 Apr 13:00 - 18:00 daily
2 Jul - 30 Aug 13:00 - 18:00 Thu - Sun
5 Sep - 27 Sep 13:00 - 18:00 Sat - Sun
Prices:2015 Admission (Gift Aid On Entry):
Farmyard & House
Location / Directions
Train: Enterprise train to Portadown from Belfast or Dublin.
Bus: Ulsterbus No. 67 between Portadown and Dungannon, alight at Haddens Corner, 1 mile walk.
Car: On B28, 5 miles from Moy, 5 miles from Portadown (3 miles from exit 13 on M1).
Drive time: Belfast 40 minutes.
- Tea-room/Cafe onsite
- Gift Shop
- Accept Groups/Coach Parties
- Guided Tours Available
- Picnic Area
- Dogs accepted by arrangement
- Credit/Debit Cards Accepted
- Parking Available
- Baby Changing facilities
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