For first-class passengers on Titanic, you were what you ate. As we find out, they ate like an elite
A seaside town on Ireland's south coast still remembers the day Titanic docked. Welcome to Cobh (Queenstown)
Titanic's Guarantee Group sailed with Titanic on the journey of a lifetime. The dream of these Belfast men ended in tragedy
He designed the Ship of Dreams and became a hero amid the nightmare: meet Thomas Andrews
Step into the world's biggest Titanic exhibition at the place where it all began
How a Belfast man strove for his vision to be brought to life on film
Lamb, pork, chicken; potatoes and vegetables - all locally sourced.
Offering a wide selection of wholesome traditional fare with a contemporary twist.
For all your information needs call into Antrim Visitor Information Centre.
Welcome to Junction Jack’s pirate themed Mini Golf, Northern Ireland’s most exciting 18 hole course.
Castle Gardens is the most historically significant open space in Lisburn.
The Round Tower and Witch's Stone are impressive reminders of Antrim’s ancient monastic settlement.
Open all year. Wheelchair access and Bureau de Change.
Now in their fourth year, the Linley Hamilton Quintet are regulars on the Irish and UK festival ...
1923: The War is over.
A tour de force impressions comedy.Having made his name with YouTube hit Downstairs at Downton, ...
From the company that brought you last year's acclaimed production 'Arrivals', about the lives ...
If you’ve never experienced greyhound racing before then it’s time you came up to speed.
Michael Longley has long been acknowledged as one of our greatest living poets: Seamus Heaney ...
With its 2015 theme, 'Keep The Memory Alive', we mark Holocaust Memorial Day with a screening of ...
Holiday ideas, news, offers… sign up for our ezine and we’ll keep you in touch with Ireland.
By sea or by air, find the best route here
Lose yourself in some of Ireland's most inspiring countryside and vibrant cities.
Got more questions about Ireland? We've got answers
Can we help you with anything else? Find out how to get in touch by email, Facebook and more.
For more information on travel and accommodation, attractions have a look at our brochures and maps.
If you’re a visitor from the island of Ireland you may want to visit one of these sites… Otherwise proceed to Ireland.com