For a small city, Newry packs in the attractions
Land of the Mourne Mountains, inspiration for Narnia
East Coast Adventure
Europe’s largest, fastest, most challenging Indoor Kart Racing with over one km of tracks.
Action Packed Adventures.
Action packed adventures.
This is a connoisseur’s garden with a superb collection of alpines and clematis.
This royal castle guarded the entrance to Carlingford Lough in medieval times.
Provides a first class service for visitors to Northern Ireland and for local residents.
Newry Leisure Centre is a new multi-million pound complex located in the city centre and is ...
A feast of local talent on stage in the beautiful candlelit setting of the Bronte Church
Local man Colum Sands returns to the stage in the Bronte Centre to tantalise audiences
Duke Special returns to the stage at the Bronte Church bringing his unique style and stunning music
This is a must see play for any literary fans.Actress Sharon McArdle portrays Charlotte's life 1849.
Underhill Rose return to the Bronte Music Club again following their successful tour in May
Join in an intimate music night at the candlelit Bronte Church with Iain Matthews folky rock.
Sticky Fingers International Children’s festival brings theatre, dance and arts to children.
Enjoy a magical pre Christmas show with Ruth Trimble in the candlelit Bronte Church
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