For a small city, Newry packs in the attractions
Land of the Mourne Mountains, inspiration for Narnia
This monument is an extremely well preserved Neolithic burial site with three chambers.
Stunning range of contemporary ceramic work including clocks, mirrors and vases.
Camlough Lake stretches for two kilometres along the Camlough Valley.
This 18 hole par 67 course is located in idyllic scenery with spectacular panoramic views.
All angling and outdoors supplies.
Aine's Kitchen Cookery School is run by Aine Boyle who is a Chef and a Nutritionist.
Contains photographs and memorabilia relating to the late cardinal.
Explore the 'hidden gem', the Ring of Gullion, a designated area of outstanding natural beauty!
Week long activity for young artists from 4 - 10 years to create summer inspired art and drama.
Have a go at making your own vase to take home, under the experienced tutelage of potter Mary Cowan
Headline act Hothouse Flowers playing on Saturday 12 September in Bellinis, Newry; Frances Black ...
An annual celebration of traditional Irish Music, storytelling and poetry powered by plenty of ...
Fabulous walk with experienced walker and local historian to explore the stories of the famine walls
Fascinating talk by renowned writer, broadcaster and explorer Dermot Somers
Art and craft summer scheme workshops for children aged 5-11
All aspects of transport in the Newry and Mourne area over the centuries are examined, including ...
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