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Built in 1772 as the Diocessan Registry. A Grade A listed building. Restored and reopened in 2011.
Armagh Public Library is a 'healing place of the soul' as a library, museum and visitor attraction.
Slemish Mountain in County Antrim is about 1,500 ft above sea level.
Set on the shores of Lough Erne, Crom is one of Ireland's most important nature conservation areas.
Saint Patrick founded his chief church here on the Hill of Armagh in 445AD.
Walk in the steps of the ancestors on private guided tours to ancient and sacred sites.
The new Siege Museum and Exhibition is a permanent display of the history of the Siege.
On the 31st March 1996 Crumlin Road Gaol slammed shut its doors.
Arthur Cottage is the ancestral home of Chester Alan Arthur, the 21st President of the USA.
A World War 1 Light Battle Cruiser, is the last surviving ship from The Battle of Jutland.
Historic castle overlooking Lough Erne currently undergoing a major redevelopment.
Cockle Row cottages illustrate the way of life 300 years ago.
Built in 1772 as the Diocesan Registry to hold records for the Church of Ireland Diocese, this Grade A listed building has been restored and was formally opened to the public in March 2011. Fully accessible. Interactive displays for all ages.
Established in 1771, Armagh Public Library is one of the oldest libraries in Ireland, holding rare and valuable books, ancient Irish artefacts, and print, gem and coin collections. Visitors and researchers, individuals and groups, are all welcome.
Slemish Mountain, the legendary first known Irish home of Saint Patrick, is located close to Broughshane in Co. Antrim.
Set on the shores of Upper Lough Erne in County Fermanagh, Crom is one of Ireland's most important nature conservation areas.
Saint Patrick founded his chief church here on the Hill of Armagh in 445AD, and there has been a Christian church on the site ever since. The present building dates from the 13th Century and was last restored in 1834.
If you are interested in the myths and legends of the landscape and the people who occupied them, if you want to experience their special atmosphere for yourself, these tours will show will help you to feel and understand their special significance.
The new Siege Museum and Exhibition is a permanent display of the history of the Siege of Londonderry and of the Associated Clubs of the Apprentice Boys of Derry, including artefacts, video and interactive media.
On the 31st March 1996 Crumlin Road Gaol slammed shut its doors for what many thought would be the final time, but, on the 19th November 2012 the chains fell off and HMP Belfast was reborn as a major visitor attraction.
Arthur Cottage, Cullybackey, is the Ancestral Home of the 21st President of the USA Chester Alan Arthur.
HMS Caroline, a World War 1 Light Battle Cruiser, is the last surviving ship from the Battle of Jutland in 1916. Having undergone extensive restoration, the new visitor experience in Belfast's Titanic Quarter.
Situated beside the River Erne in County Fermanagh, was built almost 600 years ago by Gaelic Maguires. It was strategically important throughout its history. In the 17th century it became a garrison fort and later a military barracks.
Cockle Row cottages are perfect for the whole family to visit. Free weekend entertainment for all including craft fairs, children's crafts, live music and local craft demonstrations.
Explore a range of historic sites and monuments across Northern Ireland.
With its wide open spaces and unspoilt natural beauty, Northern Ireland's Tyrone & Sperrins region is the ideal place for slowing down and getting away from it all.
Dominated by windswept, heather-clad slopes, weekend wanders in the Sperrins is what
Patrick was born in northern Roman Britain around 387, yet more than 1,600 years later, a multitude of historical associations, myths, legends and stories about him still exist in the land that he converted and loved.
Saint Patrick's legacy is enshrined in our churches, cathedrals and historic sites including abbeys, high crosses and round towers
From saintly trails to galactic tales, County Armagh is the perfect place for lovers of Celtic history, early Christianity, architecture and literature. Take a weekend to explore the Orchard County and its Bramley apples, the historic Armagh city,
Top 10 things to do in County Tyrone With the unspoilt slopes of the Sperrrin Mountains, stunning scenery and an array of history and heritage sites, the most expansive county in Northern Ireland is just made for outdoor pursuits. Check out 10 of
Dotted along the countryside and coastal landscapes, Northern Ireland’s Castles tell stories of war, siege and expansion throughout the centuries leaving a well-preserved legacy waiting to be explored.
Dotted along the countryside and coastal landscapes, Northern Ireland’s castles tell stories of war, siege and expansion throughout the centuries leaving a well-preserved legacy waiting to be explored. Journey with us to the past and discover our
Are you looking for something new to experience in Northern Ireland? You will be surprised what you’ll find when you go off the beaten track. Here’s a quick guide to some of our best loved hidden gems and unique places to visit.
The sites listed below are not inspected but are licensed to operate by local councils. Contact the local visitor information office (VIC) for information on facilities, availabilty and location.
The Causeway Coast and Glens are justifiably famous for the Giant’s Causeway, wonderful coastlines and a unique natural beauty. With three designated areas of outstanding natural beauty, nine glens including Glenariff the ‘Queen of the Glens’, lush
Get into the action with our A-Z of fun and exciting adventures all over Northern Ireland. From soaring high above your friends to racing past them there is something for your speed of adventure.