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  1. Family ona bench looking over the lake at Hillsborough Forest
    There are 9 new sculptures scattered around Hillsborough Forest, with an exciting augmented reality app guiding you on a journey from one sculpture to the next. Scan the QR code at each sculpture to discover another world, and complete the trail to be rewarded with discounts in Royal Hillsborough village.
    1. Guests interact with exhibitions at the Derry Girls Exhibition
      Relive the joy of The Derry Girls through the interactive exhibition at Tower Museum with tickets priced at great rates including Adult £4, Junior (aged 5 -17) £2, Concession £2.40 and Family tickets (2 adults + 2 kids) £10
      1. 4 Jul 20234 Jul 2024
    2. Guided tours of Stromont Parliament Buildings run daily and are free
      Guided tours of Stormont Parliament Buildings take place each weekday, and are free. Learn about the history and heritage of the building on one the public tours which operate at 11am and 2pm daily. Tickets must be booked online in advance.
    3. The Cuilcagh Boardwalk Trail meanders through one of the largest expanses of blanket bog in Northern Ireland, and its boardwalk is one of the most photographed sights across the country. Nearby car parking costs £6, and remember to bring a picnic for the top, to enjoy whilst taking in the incredible views.
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      2. 1 Jan 000131 Dec 9999
    4. Enjoy a guided walking tour along the walls of Derry city, for just £6pp. Martin McCrossan City Walking Tours last approximately 1 hour and cover key moments in the city's history including The Bloody Sunday Story, the Apprentice Boys history, the traditions of the marching season, famous murals and of course the walls themselves. Accompanied children aged 12 and under go free of charge.
      1. 1 Jan 202431 Dec 2024
    5. A couple looking up at a telescope at the OM Dark Sky Observatory
      Interactive exhibitions link the Sperrins landscape with astronomy and archaeology, with holographic installations and virtual reality headsets bringing a whole new dimension to learning. Daily tours are priced at just £5 for Adults, £3.50 for under 16s and over 60s, and kids under 2 go free.
      1. 1 Jan 202331 Dec 2029
    6. Sign outside the Ulster Museum
      The Ulster Museum in Belfast is home to treasures past and present. There’s something for art lovers, history buffs, inquisitive kids and the culturally curious. Entry is free all year around, although a optional donation of any amount can be made upon arrival too. Note that the museum is closed on Mondays (except NI Bank Holidays).
      1. 1 Jan 202431 Dec 2024
    7. Admission is free to this unique attraction in Enniskillen, which offers visitors the chance to combine a trip to the barber with a visit to a museum dedicated to the preservation of local railway artefacts and memorabilia.
      1. 1 Jan 202431 Dec 2024
    8. Free guided tours of City Hall take place daily, with tickets available on a first-come, first served basis. They last one hour and give you a glimpse into areas of this stunning building which aren't normally accessible to the public.

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