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
Ballinderry Antiques is probably Northern Ireland’s biggest antique shop.
A distinctive range of embroidered jewellery and framed designs. Studio visits by appointment only.
Opened in 1996 the Golf Course covers an area of approximately 143 acres, stretching to 6683 yards.
This historic corner of 18th century Antrim contains the childhood home of Alexander Irvine.
Crosskennan Lane Animal Sanctuary is the only horse welfare charity based in N.Ireland.
Considered one of the best parkland courses in Northern Ireland with a good variety of holes.
Water skiing and Wakeboarding club.Slalom course, jump ramp, Mastercraft club boat.
Gallop over the open expanses or trek along quiet country roads along Lough Neagh’s shoreline.
Magners Race Evening
The 72nd Northern Ireland Ploughing Championships
Northern Ireland Festival Of Racing
NI Speed Weekend
The Little Green Allotments Festival & Show
Musgrave Retail Partners NI Race Day
Summer Evening Race Day
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