Two grassy hills in Armagh city remember Ireland’s patron saint. Follow St Patrick’s footsteps to find them
Immerse yourself in music, touch Ireland’s largest meteorite and even hunt for hidden gargoyles. If you dare…
Open all year. Bureau de Change. Wheelchair access. Provides a first class service for visitors ...
A scenic walk through woodland
The Factory is inside the castle grounds which belonged at one time to the Duke of Manchester.
Established in 1936 as The Charlemont Arms Hotel this is an elegant town house hotel.
The Museum collection covers the history of five regiments, all of which were raised in 1793.
Phil’s Farm is the biggest and most diverse mobile animal farm in Northern Ireland.
Floodlit Driving Range open until 20.00 weekdays and 16.30 weekends.
Experience Newcastle in style with the Slieve Donard Segway Tour!
Annual criterium held whereby race length can be determined by a number of laps or total time.
One of America’s premier southern gospel groups appear in concert in Armagh.
This annual event brings thousands of people to Scarva village to enjoy the colourful spectacle.
On Saturday 18th June, we are hosting a led ride for all the family around Craigavon City Park.
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.
Walk through Armagh City's rich history and explore everything the City has to offer.
You are invited to an Evening with Patrick at the Market Place Theatre, Armagh.
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