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The Albert Memorial Clock was erected in 1865 to commemorate Queen Victoria's consort, Prince Albert
A prominent feature of the Belfast skyline is the Harland and Wolff cranes, Samson and Goliath.
Bovevagh parish church was established in the late Middle Ages on the site of an early monastery.
Hillsborough Castle is one of the most beautiful, and interesting historic properties in N. Ireland.
Ruins of mansion built by Sir Toby Caulfield in 1619.
A striking local landmark, the church tower is the oldest structure in Ballymoney.
This royal castle guarded the entrance to Carlingford Lough in medieval times.
See the Gothic and Classic collide at Castle Ward, an eccentric 18th century mansion.
The ruins of a Cistercian abbey founded in 1193 by Affreca, wife of John de Courcy.
The Museum collection covers the history of five regiments, all of which were raised in 1793.
18th Century lock-keeper's house and stables on the Newry Canal with a blacksmith workshop.
Step back in time in and uncover a way of life from 100 years ago.
Designed by the architect William J Barre, the figure of Prince Albert was sculpted by Samuel Ferris Lynn and the clock is by Francis Moore.
Although not officially classed as wonders of the world, the two massive cranes in Harland and Wolff Belfast, which serve one of the world’s largest Building Docks, are certainly masterpieces of engineering.
Bovevagh parish church was established in the late Middle Ages on the site of an early monastery, said to have been founded by Colm Cille in 557. Adamnan, Coolm Cille's biographer was reputedly patron here.
Hillsborough Castle is one of the most beautiful, and interesting historic properties in Northern Ireland. Hillsborough is the official residence of the Royal Family when they are in Northern Ireland.
Ruins of mansion built by Sir Toby Caulfield in 1619. Gatehouse with murder-holes and Caulfield arms. Plaque to poet Charles Wolfe (1791-1823) at nearby Anglican church.
A striking local landmark, the church tower is the oldest structure in Ballymoney. An ecclesiastical site from early times, this church was built in 1637 by Sir Randall MacDonald on the site of an earlier building. Listed building.
Commanding the mouth of Carlingford Lough, the Castle has an eventful history. It was built in the 13th century, taken by Edward Bruce in 1316, attacked at least twice by the Irish in the late 14th century and maintained as a garrison up to 1590.
See the Gothic and Classic collide at Castle Ward, an eccentric 18th century mansion and estate looking out over the tranquil waters of Strangford Lough in County Down.
Grey Abbey, a Cistercian Abbey church and its living quarters were founded in 1193 by Affreca wife of John de Courcy, the Anglo-Norman invader of East Ulster.
The Museum collection covers the history of five regiments, all of which were raised in 1793. The Royal Irish Fusiliers served for almost 200 years and is known as the “Faughs” from their Battle Cry “Faugh-a-Ballagh”.
Restored 18th century lock-keeper's house and stables located on the Newry Canal. Contains a 'Life on the Canal' exhibition.Home to the Moneypenny's Blacksmith Workshop, which provides public metalworking classes. Situated along the Newry Canal path.
Step back in time and uncover a way of life from 100 years ago. Explore thatched cottages, farms, schools and shops as you wander through the beautiful parkland of the Ulster Folk Museum.