Music, space men and a hunt for hidden gargoyles in Ireland's "ecclesiastical capital"
Armagh is intrinsically linked to Ireland's patron saint, so go back to his roots to find out where it all began
World famous site where William Mc Crum invented penalty kick in 1890. Located in Milford village.
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The estate has associations with Dean Swift. Heritage poultry; rare breeds of cattle and sheep ...
Ballymoyer Old Church, in the churchyard of St. Luke’s Church of Ireland parish.
Claycrafts specialises in unique handpainted personalised gifts for all occasions.
Building started in 1840 but work was suspended during the famine.
Panoramic Ireland create private and small group tours for photographers.
Saint Patrick founded his chief church here on the Hill of Armagh in 445AD.
Walk through Armagh City's rich history and explore everything the City has to offer.
One of America’s premier southern gospel groups appear in concert in Armagh.
You are invited to an Evening with Patrick at the Market Place Theatre, Armagh.
An exciting exhibition featuring the work of 26 artist/designer/makers from across Northern Ireland
Armagh Agricultural Show and Countryside Festival held in the beautiful Gosford Forest Park.
The family cycle events will be held in Loughgall Country Park on Wednesday 8th & 15th June
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