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Sentry Hill is a 19th century farmhouse in the Parish of Carnmoney, County Antrim.
This was once a busy corn mill, in operation from the early 1800s and closing in the 1960s.
The Coca-Cola Visitors Experience at Coca-Cola Hellenic’s plant.
Tayto Castle in the Ulster countryside is where the terrific Tayto crisps are made.
The museum is a public space where the concept of Free Derry can be explored.
Local museum interpreting the long and distinguished history of the town and surrounding area.
Sloan’s House holds a unique role in Irish history as the birthplace of the Orange Institution.
For all you need to know about places to visit, where to stay, and where to eat in Portaferry.
The only theatre venue of its kind in Mid Ulster, the Burnavon Arts and Cultural Centre.
Discover magical moments in one of Europe's finest show caves.
Built in 1772 as the Diocessan Registry. A Grade A listed building. Restored and reopened in 2011.
Cockle Row cottages illustrate the way of life 300 years ago.
Sentry Hill is a 19th century farmhouse in the Parish of Carnmoney, County Antrim. The house and its contents provide a rare insight into life in rural Ulster during the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Visit the beautifully restored Annalong corn mill which is situated by the pretty Annalong harbour, near the foothills of the Mourne Mountains.
From school groups, to community associations and corporate guests, the Coca-Cola Visitors Experience welcomes anyone who wants to come and explore, learn and have fun discovering the past, present and future of the world’s number one soft drink.
Tayto Castle in the Ulster countryside is where the terrific Tayto crisps are made. The castle is over 500 years old and was originally the home of the O’Hanlon clan, one of the mightiest and most powerful clans in all of Ireland.
The museum is a public space where the concept of Free Derry can be explored in both historic and contemporary contexts.
Local museum interpreting the long and distinguished history of the town and surrounding area, with artefacts of treasure excavated in Carrickfergus. There are multi-media and audio-visual presentations.
Sloan’s House Museum holds a unique role in Irish history and has over the years accumulated many original artefacts from 1795, both from the Battle of the Diamond and from the very first meeting held in the Parlour.
Make us your first stop in Portaferry for all you need to know about places to visit, where to stay, local events and where to eat during your visit to the Ards Borough.
The only theatre venue of its kind in Mid Ulster, the Burnavon Arts and Cultural Centre offers a wide range of entertainment throughout the year including concerts, comedy, children’s performances, dance, drama and community and visual arts.
The Marble Arch Caves pay homage to the fascinating secrets of a world of subterranean rivers, winding passages, lofty chambers and an array of delicate cave formations.
Built in 1772 as the Diocesan Registry to hold records for the Church of Ireland Diocese, this Grade A listed building has been restored and was formally opened to the public in March 2011. Fully accessible. Interactive displays for all ages.
Cockle Row cottages are perfect for the whole family to visit. Free weekend entertainment for all including craft fairs, children's crafts, live music and local craft demonstrations.
Step into one of Northern Ireland’s many museums and you’ll emerge smarter, happier and more inspired.
In Northern Ireland, accommodation providers can choose to be associated with Tourism Northern Ireland's Star Grading Scheme. We use a five level star grading system to indicate the standard of customer care, quality, condition and range of
The Belfast Visitor Pass is just the ticket to save you time and money.
From Kilkeel, up to Belfast and on to Derry~Londonderry, Northern Ireland owes much to its coastline and the sea – and that means there’s a whole world of maritime history and heritage ripe for exploring. Chart a course through these maritime
Impressive picture-postcard castles pepper the Northern Ireland landscape, perched atop dramatic cliff edges and overlooking tranquil lakes and rivers. Here are eight stunners to look out for on your next holiday.
Fermanagh is Northern Ireland’s lake district, beloved for its stunning scenery, historical landmarks and diverse experiences. Here are 10 of the best.
The forty-first Northern Ireland Tourism Awards, in association with Diageo Northern Ireland took place for the first time in Armagh on 30th May. See our full list of winners below:
"If music be the food of love, play on". And where better to celebrate a love of music with someone special than in County Fermanagh this summer when it plays host to the BBC Proms In The Park Northern Ireland. Broadcast live from the grounds of National
With its world class attractions, stunning landscapes, delicious food and drink, and unique places to visit put Northern Ireland on your bucket list of must-do short breaks this year.
To help you on your way, we’ve put together a list of 17 things to
From magical narrow gauge trips to full-on steam train excursions, tracking down great railway experiences in Northern Ireland is a definite boiler stoker. All aboard the golden age of travel!