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Lusty Beg Island a unique and charming destination offering the perfect location to relax and unwind
Step into the world of one of Northern Ireland’s oldest and most fascinating attractions.
Take a trip down memory lane and relive iconic moments of Northern Ireland’s football history.
Redburn Country Park is set on an escarpment overlooking Belfast Lough.
Irelands Mountain of Mystery - Slieve Gullion; with walks, drives, a playpark, legends and much more
Step back in time in and uncover a way of life from 100 years ago.
Castle Espie, situated on the shores of Strangford Lough near Comber, County Down.
55 hectares of mixed woodland along with open parkland and scenic woodland walks.
The timeless beauty of Kilbroney Park boasts riverside walks, a forest drive and picturesque views.
Tayto Castle in the Ulster countryside is where the terrific Tayto crisps are made.
Larne Museum & Arts Centre is housed in the historic former Carnegie Free Library building in Larne.
Walled Garden and tearoom will be open from May through to September, with various events.
Set amongst the beautiful lake-side woodlands, there is a selection of accommodation including self-catering houses and ensuite rooms, a restaurant, a retreat spa, an activity centre, nature trail and fairy trail.
When you step into the world of Belleek Pottery you enter one of Northern Ireland’s oldest and most fascinating attractions. Unique pieces are made using traditional methods passed down from generation to generation.
Northern Ireland have achieved so much on the global stage and the centre covers it all. Whether it is the World Cups of 1958, 1982 and 1986 or the Euros of 2016, the Education and Heritage Centre is sure to inspire visitors of all ages.
Redburn Country Park is set on an escarpment above Belfast Lough. There are 7km of pathways and energetic visitors climbing to the top of the escarpment will be rewarded with spectacular views of Belfast and the south Antrim hills.
Slieve Gullion is Ireland's Mountain of Mystery. The Forest Park offers walking trails, a scenic drive, an Adventure Playpark, Giant's Lair children's story trail and Courtyard with coffee shop.
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 Folk Museum and step aboard majestic steam locomotives in the Transport Museum.
Ireland's largest collection of ducks, geese and swans. Viewing from hides, waterfowl gardens, woodland walks. Extended gardens and woodlands with a gift shop, home made food, art gallery and coffee shop.
In the steep, wooded Glen of the Burntollet River, south-east of Derry/Londonderry, lies Ness Country park. 55 hectares of mixed woodland along with open parkland make up the Park which extends along both sides of the Burntollet River.
The forest features riverside walks and an arboretum. There is a two-mile forest drive to panoramic views over Carlingford Lough. There is also an Information area and cafe.
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.
Housed in the historic former Carnegie Free Library building, Larne Museum and Arts Centre boasts permanent and temporary exhibitions reflecting the agricultural, industrial, military and maritime history of the area.
There has been a castle at Glenarm since the days of John Bisset, who was expelled from Scotland in 1242 for murdering a rival during a tournament. Family seat of the Earls of Antrim, the orginal castle is still standing at Dunluce near Portrush.
Some bright lights in our big city.
Wherever you want to go in Northern Ireland, you don’t have to splash your cash to have a good time. There’s any number of great attractions that cost absolutely ‘nathin’, nada, nil. These ideas should get you started.
An expansive urban waterfront with Titanic Belfast as its centrepiece, you can’t truly experience Belfast without taking some time exploring the Titanic Quarter. Here are the highlights:
48 hours with the Clayton Hotel, Belfast.
Discover more soul-stirring scenery in Fermanagh and Tyrone. 48 hours of extraordinary exploration among lakes and mountains.
Sometimes it can be hard to entice the kids away from their tablets and out into the great outdoors, but with giants, insects, animals the famous Gruffalo making an appearance, we bet they will love getting out in the fresh air for some family fun along
Lonely Planet declared Belfast and the Causeway Coast as the number one region in the world to visit in 2018. So, what are you waiting for?
The Causeway Coastal Route features beautiful shorelines, sandy beaches and picturesque cliff tops. It’s a place of discovery, thrills and adventure, as well as peaceful retreat. The variety along the coastal route means there’s something for
Experience more dazzling encounters with 48 hours in Belfast.
DMC: Moloney & Kelly LOCATIONS: Down & Wicklow DELEGATES: 3 groups of 160 CLIENT: Maritz
In May 2014, Northern Ireland went ‘pink’ with enthusiasm when the prestigious Giro d’Italia cycle race started in Belfast.