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Sloan’s House holds a unique role in Irish history as the birthplace of the Orange Institution.
A scenic walk through woodland
Follow the red triangles where the Bridle Trail cuts through the golf course and cross the 6th ...
Scenic route around lake
Sloan’s Coffee Shop is a new and exciting, modern Coffee Shop based in Loughgall.
Near the village of Loughgall in the picturesque orchard region of County Armagh. Places of ...
Scenic walk taking in Orchards
The Winter family home since 1698 become known as the birthplace of Orangeism.
Dan Winters is an original mud wall thatched cottage which was built in 1623.
Beautiful cycle route follows quiet roads through some of Armagh's best scenery.
Sloan’s House Museum holds a unique role in Irish history and has over the years accumulated many original artefacts from 1795, both from the Battle of the Diamond and from the very first meeting held in the Parlour.
It feels more like an outdoor leisure centre boasting an 18 hole golf course, coarse fishery, running trails and much more.
Sloan’s Coffee Shop is a new and exciting, modern Coffee Shop based in the pretty conservation village of Loughgall. Set among the apple orchards of County Armagh, we are the perfect place to relax and unwind.
Near the village of Loughgall in the picturesque orchard region of County Armagh. Places of interest: Loughall Country Park & Golf Club, The Argory National Trust House, St. Patrick's two Cathedrals, Armagh Planetarium, Armagh Observatory, ...
Dan Winter’s house was repaired and rethatched in 2000 keeping original artefacts and clothing. Original outbuildings were rethatched in 2007 and a tea-room was built. Family vehicles and farm machinery are on display in other farm buildings.
Dan Winters is an original mud wall thatched cottage which was built in 1623. The cottage consists of living quarters, spirit grocers and weavers quarters, with a full working loom.
Whilst this route can be ridden at any time of the year, without doubt the best time is during May, when the orchards (famous for their Bramley apples) which line many of the quiet roads are in full bloom.
Take a look at some new properties and events happening for the first time during this year's European Heritage Open Days!
Northern Ireland’s forests parks are ripe for exploration. Whether you’re getting lost alone in the forest, walking with friends for the fresh air or playing with your children in the park, here are 10 reasons why you should explore more.
Stage 3: County Armagh (46 miles/75 km) The third section of the Giro d’Italia started in the City of Armagh and finished in the Republic of Ireland’s capital city of Dublin. But you can finish in Northern Ireland and take time to explore the Ring
Understanding the past helps make better sense of the present, and learning about it can be great fun. Seek out these collections, exhibitions, knowledge and stories all over Northern Ireland to shine a light on yesteryear.
As the leaves start changing colours and the nights draw in, there’s no better time to pull on the walking boots and take an autumn walk whilst enjoying some of the most spectacular and colourful landscapes that Northern Ireland has to offer.
Northern Ireland produces some of the finest food and drink in the world.