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Lisburn Visitor Information

15 Lisburn Square, Lisburn, County Antrim, BT28 1AN
Lisburn Visitor Information

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When visiting Lisburn why not call into the Lisburn Visitor Information Centre which is located in the up and coming Lisburn Square right in the heart of the City. You will receive a very warm and friendly welcome from our customer service trained staff who will also assist with planning your itinerary. Visit our gift shop which is stocked with local produce or find out about everything to do and see in the local area and throughout Northern Ireland.

Services include:
A wide range of free tourism literature which covers the Lisburn & Castlereagh City area and the wider region.
Why not avail of our interactive Touchscreen kiosk providing information on where to stay, things to do and see in the local council area.
Accommodation Reservation – If you need a room we can assist you with your reservations during your stay throughout Ireland.
Bureau de Change – We can change your foreign currency into sterling

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Tel+44 (0) 28 9244 7622

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Opening Times

* Monday to Saturday 09.00 to 17.15 all year
Sundays (April to September 11.00 to 16:00)
Closed for Christmas 2017 (24 - 26 December)
Closed for New Year 2017/18 (31 December & 1 January)

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