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
Established in 1936 as The Charlemont Arms Hotel this is an elegant town house hotel.
Archery, climbing, abseiling, orienteering, karting, raftbuilding, hillwalking, camping, ...
A small family owned restaurant situated in the Palace Stables, Armagh.
Situated on the hill south east of the town below the stump of Portaferry Windmill.
Shaw's Lake is well known for floating line fishing on the edge of darkness. It has prolific ...
Loughall Country Park Lake has a 4 metre shelf, which drops off to an average depth of 17 feet ...
Built in 1772 as the Diocessan Registry. A Grade A listed building. Restored and reopened in 2011.
Ruins of the longest Friary church in Ireland (163 ft).
Arts and Crafts club suitable for 5-12 year olds.
Habitat for Humanity to host special evening of music and song with The Priests.The classical ...
Soundworld of Venice comes to Armagh. A rare chance to hear Venetian music played on original ...
‘There once was an ugly duckling…’ Enjoy a great Easter at the Navan Centre & Fort with family ...
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