What do Neil Armstrong’s parachute and the Titanic have in common? Find out in Lisburn
Land of lovely glens, buzzing cities and giant causeways
Water skiing and Wakeboarding club.Slalom course, jump ramp, Mastercraft club boat.
Offering a wide selection of wholesome traditional fare with a contemporary twist.
Situated at Lisburn Leisure Park just outside the city centre.
Beauty essentials, specialised treaments and spa treatments. Gift vouchers available.
Strawberries available May to the end of October. Organic eggs.
An up and down ride through Drumlin and Lakeland country
Relatively flat ride initially with some climbing towards the middle part
Anglers must use the official entrances and on no account trespass on the adjoining lands. ...
Come together with the Lisburn Community Choirs and Northern Ireland Concert Band and let your ...
Canadian April Verch and band have established a reputation as consummate performers, winning ...
Lisnagarvey Operatic Society presents one of its most ambitious projects to date - the Andrew ...
As a comedian, writer and director, Owen O'Neill is award winning; he adapted 'Shawshank ...
Ronnie Greer and his guests invite you to a special evening showcasing the great soul jazz sound ...
Come and enjoy a night of glorious music, fabulous singing and fun with the choir, guaranteed to ...
The pupils of Belfast School of Performing Arts return to the stage at the Island theatre after ...
Come and meet the President as he cuts loose and shoots straight fromthe hip in his own ...
€860 per person
€189 per person sharing a room
from €102 per night
From £93 per person
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