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
The Market Place is a state of the art cultural facility in the centre of Armagh City.
Tthis 82 mile signed walking trail runs from Armagh to Downpatrick.
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World famous site where William Mc Crum invented penalty kick in 1890. Located in Milford village.
Built in 1772 as the Diocessan Registry. A Grade A listed building. Restored and reopened in 2011.
Saint Patrick founded his chief church here on the Hill of Armagh in 445AD.
To the west of Armagh City lies Navan Fort, the ancient “Emain Macha” of Irish history and legend.
Open all year. Bureau de Change. Wheelchair access. Provides a first class service for visitors ...
The John Hewitt International Summer School is a five-day festival of culture and creativity ...
Originating in Germany in the fifteenth century, bookplates became popular in Ireland from the ...
The Charles Wood Festival of Music and Summer School for singers, organists and choir directors ...
The William Kennedy Piping Festival organised by Armagh Pipers Club (founded 1966) was ...
According to the rules of the Bol Chumann na hEireann, the Irish Road Bowling Association, the ...
Walking Tours of Historic Armagh City
Already an established event on the Blues calendar, this event grows each year providing musical ...
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