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The oldest county museum in Ireland is set in Armagh’s beautiful Georgian tree-lined mall.
Bagenal’s Castle located in the historic City of Newry, is a 16th century fortified house.
A must see starting point for visitors wishing to know more about Ireland’s Patron Saint.
This restored 18th-century Gaol makes an ideal day out for tourists, families, groups and schools.
Saint Patrick founded his chief church here on the Hill of Armagh in 445AD.
Enjoy a real taste of Belfast, visit St. George’s Market.
George's Cottage stands in the centre of Hanna's Close which has 6 other cottages forming a clachan.
20 Dec 2019 - 24 Dec 2019
The award-winning St George’s Market is opening its doors for a festive Christmas Craft fair!
Enjoy maximum three star* luxury in this delightful and sympathetically restored cottage.
Beautiful Property in Belfast, just a 5 minute walk from City Centre. Perfect for a city break
Belfast Cathedral, also known as the Cathedral Church of St. Anne.
Nestled in the green hills of Castlereagh.
The oldest county museum in Ireland is set in Armagh’s beautiful Georgian tree lined Mall. Its collections capture centuries of stories relating to the people who lived, worked and had connections with this famous city and historic county.
Bagenal’s Castle located in historic Newry is a 16th century fortified house and adjoining 19th Century warehouse, and has been sympathetically restored to house Newry & Mourne Museum and Newry Visitor Information Centre.
The Saint Patrick Centre is the starting point for any visitor who wishes to know more about Ireland’s patron saint. The exhibition Ego Patricius – The Story of St. Patrick, explores Patrick’s legacy, and recalls the saint’s story, in his own words.
Down County Museum is located in the old county Gaol of Down. It houses fascinating exhibitions on the history of Down as well as restored cells with life-size figures of prisoners and their gaolers.
Saint Patrick founded his chief church here on the Hill of Armagh in 445AD, and there has been a Christian church on the site ever since. The present building dates from the 13th Century and was last restored in 1834.
St George’s Market one of Belfast’s oldest attractions and is one of the best markets in the UK and Ireland. It has been voted for numerous local and national awards for its fresh,local produce and great atmosphere.
George's Cottage stands in the centre of Hanna's Close which has 6 other cottages forming a 'clachan'. The cottages have been renovated and refurbished to a high standard and make an ideal base for a family or group get together.
Enjoy maximum three star* luxury in this delightful and sympathetically restored cottage in the sleepy conservation village of Glenarm. This comfortable but quaint cottage sleeps four adults in two double rooms.
Beautiful property in Belfast offers accommodation with free WiFi, 650 yards from The Belfast Empire Music Hall and a 12-minute walk from The Waterfront Hall. The accommodation is 1.2 miles from the Odyssey Arena.
Belfast Cathedral, also known as the Cathedral Church of St. Anne, has stood for over 100 years as a place of Christian worship in the heart of Belfast. The foundation stone of the Cathedral was laid in 1899 and the building itself,
Nestled in the green hills of Castlereagh, Dundonald Touring Park offers a calm and peaceful location for caravaners and campers. The site is located 5 miles from Belfast, providing visitors with the ideal base for exploring the city.
20 Dec 2019 - 24 Dec 2019
Knock out food and drink is never far away in Northern Ireland, but it’s not just about high end restaurants, trendy street food, taste events and foodie festivals. It’s time you got out and about to try a mouthful of the great local foodie
Stallholders across Northern Ireland turn out at regular markets to sell their wares, from artisan food and crafts to records and antiques. Here are some of the best.
Lonely Planet's number one region to visit in 2018. A dynamic city that’s packed with history and a bustling pub culture – that’s Belfast. There’s nothing like a new city, new restaurants and new culinary experiences. For a city the size of Belfast
Amazing scenery combined with delicious food, these cycle trails will take foodies on a culinary tour of some of the best local produce in Northern Ireland. Paniers at the ready…
From shopping centres and high streets filled with designer brands to village studios selling the wares of local craftspeople, Northern Ireland is a great place for shopping. Here are the key destinations to hit the shops.
Experience more dazzling encounters with 48 hours in Belfast.
Enjoy a traditional Sunday lunch in some of the finest restaurants, take a cookery lesson with top Northern Irish chefs or visit historic castles and ornate gardens. Whatever you choose to do, Sundays in Belfast are sure to be unforgettable.
There are many things to see and do in Belfast cost-free, and that's not even counting the city’s frequent free festivals and events. Here are 14 freebies to get you started.
Let Northern Ireland accompany you on the meetings, incentives, conferences and events journey.
Explore more of Belfast with our insider's guide - pulling together the best that the city has to offer!
Looking for a cool and alternative city break in Belfast with some weird and wonderful things to do? Whether it’s your first time in the city or you are returning for another fun break, there are plenty of unusual ways to see this cultural city and
As part of Taste the Island’s celebration of food and drink across the Island of Ireland, we’re sharing our stories, concocting innovative menus and inviting you to join us on a flavour adventure.