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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.
We invite you to come and explore Peatlands Park.
Streamvale farm is nestled in the rolling hills on the edge of Belfast.
It's the only Barber Shop & Railway Museum in the world and a friendly welcome awaits you!
Enjoy a diver's view of marine life from around the world without getting wet at NI’s only aquarium.
Belfast Cathedral, also known as the Cathedral Church of St. Anne.
The museum is a public space where the concept of Free Derry can be explored.
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.
We invite you to come and explore Peatlands Park. This beautiful area has a wonderful wilderness appeal and is situated near the shores of Lough Neagh just off the MI at exit 13 south of Dungannon.
A trip to Headhunters Barber Shop & Railway Museum is like taking a remarkable journey into the past bringing the golden age of steam travel vividly to life. It's the only barber shop and railway museum in the world and a friendly welcome awaits!
Enjoy a diver's view of marine life from around the world without getting wet. A sunken galleon, friendly sharks and a snappy crocodile all star in Northern Ireland’s only aquarium and seal rehabilitation centre.
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,
The museum is a public space where the concept of Free Derry can be explored in both historic and contemporary contexts.
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.
Northern Ireland has some fantastic scenic drives - many of which you can cover in a day or short break - with countless stunning places to take that memorable photograph. Here are just some of our top suggestions:
The allure of the Oak Grove County is wrapped up in its beautiful scenery and tranquillity, mixed with vibrant cultural and historical attractions, action, adventure and a strong literary heritage.
Northern Ireland is home to many fantastic forest parks, each offering visitors something unique.
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:
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
Places to Tell them You’ll Love them Forever
Belfast is one of Europe’s most exciting cities, from its Michelin-starred restaurants and legendary nightlife to a phenomenal Titanic history. There’s a palpable buzz and a fantastic line up of things to see and do – here are some to get you going.
Experience more dazzling encounters with 48 hours in Belfast.
Don’t let the weather dampen your spirits or your plans for a day out. There’s plenty of indoor attractions to keep everyone happy on those rainy Northern Ireland days. Weather proof your plans with these top rain beaters.
Whether its mid term break time, summer holidays, or just a regular weekend we’re sure your little ones are always itching to get out and about! But stress not – for we’ve got lots & lots of cool ways to fill your days with fun, excitement & adventure.
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.
On 2 April 1912, thousands lined Belfast Lough to proudly watch Titanic - ‘the new wonder of the world’ - set off for Southampton. There she set sail on her maiden voyage to New York. But on the night of 14 April, disaster struck. This map shows