Music, space men and a hunt for hidden gargoyles in Ireland's "ecclesiastical capital"
Armagh is intrinsically linked to Ireland's patron saint, so go back to his roots to find out where it all began
Building started in 1840 but work was suspended during the famine.
We serve hot breakfasts, lunches, homemade treats, award winning coffee & a selection of teas.
Visit the Navan Centre, which interprets one of Ireland's most important ancient monuments.
Saint Patrick founded his chief church here on the Hill of Armagh in 445AD.
G.I. Stores are leading stockists of fishing equipment, camping gear, work wear, army surplus, etc.
Specialist Library and Archive for Irish church history, language, history, sports and the Diaspora.
Large variety market consisting of an average 35 traders, dealing in clothing, fruit and veg, ...
Established in 1936 as The Charlemont Arms Hotel this is an elegant town house hotel.
Armagh will once again come alive over the Saint Patrick's Festival period.
Soundworld of Venice comes to Armagh. A rare chance to hear Venetian music played on original ...
March Organ Recital in St Patrick’s Church of Ireland Cathedral
Habitat for Humanity to host special evening of music and song with The Priests.The classical ...
Arts and Crafts club suitable for 5-12 year olds.
The museum will be displaying a range of important objects from our collection demonstrating the ...
‘Igniting the Art Trail’ by Armagh Art Club is inspired by the journey taken by Saint Patrick ...
Magical hits and a popular uplifting mix including Sinatra, Leonard Cohen,
$400 per couple Air Credit
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