Stay the night in a four-poster bed or just pop in for some afternoon tea, here's seven big house to visit
Visit the birthplace of the world’s greatest liner and explore an outstanding exhibition
Explore a 6th century monastic site with the help of a nifty 21st device
Activities for groups of all sizes.Corporate Days Out/Stag and Hen Parties/Team Building.
Guided group tours of North Down covering heritage, history, nautical, horticulture & nature.
Located in the beautifully landscaped grounds of the Culloden Hotel
Visit the Donegal Railway Heritage Centre in Donegal Town and find out just what it was like to travel on the narrow...
The walking tour includes:The City WallsSt. Columba's CathedralThe GuildhallThe Bogside
Oxford Island National Nature Reserve is a peninsula created by successive lowering of Lough Neagh.
The Green Door Studio, in County Donegal, exhibits contemporary artwork, traditional paintings, illustration and drawings...
The Molly Malone statue is located in Suffolk Street, a short distance from Trinity College. Molly Malone was a semi...
£7.50 per adult when booked online
" €85 pp "
Book online and get 20% discount off all tickets.
€32 for Tour and Tasting for Two People - Use Code: TRINITY20.
Enjoy €2 off an Adult Day Ticket to Powerscourt Gardens - €8.
Discount Promo - 1 Free with four on normal group rate of €6 per person.
Enjoy a 10% discount off an Adult Day Ticket to Powerscourt Waterfall - €5.40.
€65 per person
€17.50 per person for the combined tour/ attraction
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