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…
Gardens around this Georgian farmhouse. Experience old Irish gate, tree and sculpture trails.
Georgian building,hosting a variety of entertainment and providing a meeting point for local groups.
Building started in 1840 but work was suspended during the famine.
Full time Flyfishing River/Lough guide providing quality days on running and still water for ...
Armagh Public Library is a 'healing place of the soul' as a library, museum and visitor attraction.
Listed building, hosting a variety of entertainment and providing a meeting point for local groups.
This listed building is an 18th century vernacular thatched farmhouse.
World famous site where William Mc Crum invented penalty kick in 1890. Located in Milford village.
The John Hewitt International Summer SchoolMonday 25 July - Saturday 30 July 2016The John ...
Come along and enjoy some of the wonderful musical events that make up the Charles Wood Festival
Come along and enjoy a concert of choral music with the Yorkshire Philharmonic Choir
One of America’s premier southern gospel groups appear in concert in Armagh.
The 7 Hills Blues Festival is back in 2016 and bigger than ever!
You are invited to an Evening with Patrick at the Market Place Theatre, Armagh.
10/09/2016 EHOD event Armagh
Culture Night will take place in Armagh on Friday 16th September.
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