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Armagh
(20km)

Navan Centre and Fort Full review
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avatarpicture jessybarhinger THE BEST REVIEW
Very Nice Place : Very entertaining for Halloween. Catered well for the children with activities stories etc. very good realistic exhibitions and displays which both children and adults enjoyed. Staff very friendly and helpful. I believe the center was closed for some time but I hope that visitors support it enough that it survives into the future as attractions like this are in short supply.
Guidebooks    Rate 5 stars
Demesne Park Full review
avatarpicture nikoledo THE BEST REVIEW
Brilliant Place : We were lucky enough to book over the new year period of 2017/18. The house is just lovely, there were 4 of us including a 10-year-old and his Granny and there was lots of space for us all. Comfortable beds, beautiful big, we’ll equip kitchen.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Palace Stables Heritage Centre Full review
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avatarpicture nikoledo THE BEST REVIEW
Highly Recommended : What a little jewel. Was in Armagh and the trip had arranged a tour of the archbishop's palace. Our guide Sheila was great. The tour was very interesting and Shea very informative. Went to the stables for something to eat and great eye area for kids and lovely walks.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Saint Patrick's Cathedral (Roman Catholic) Full review
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avatarpicture aidenbearman THE BEST REVIEW
Pleasant Place : Stayed in Armagh for a few nights , it's true what they say about this being a town full of impressive churches, this possibly being the most impressive of the bunch. I can only vouch for the outside as the evening was late and was all closed up. The Cathedral, although smaller than most others that you would class as Cathedrals.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Saint Patrick's Trian Visitor Complex Full review
avatarpicture noahritchenko THE BEST REVIEW
Favorite Place : A complex comprised of three exhibitions: The Armagh Story, tracing the history of Armagh from prehistory to present-day; Patrick's Testament, a look at the county's patron Saint; and The Land of Lilliput, a glimpse into 'Gulliver's Travels.' Visit it all and the Planetarium in one day out.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Saint Patrick's Church...
Travel picture of Saint Patrick's Church of Ireland Cathedral St Patrick's Cathedral, Armagh is the seat of the Archbishop of Armagh in the...
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Armagh County Museum
Travel picture of Armagh County Museum The Armagh County Museum is a museum in Armagh, County Armagh, Northern Irela...
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Armagh Public Library
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Northern Ireland Court...
Travel picture of Northern Ireland Court Service Armagh Courthouse is situated in Armagh, Northern Ireland and is home to Arma...
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Cookstown

Cookstown Full review
avatarpicture alexalittl THE BEST REVIEW
Nice Place : If you are in Cookstown, then you have plenty of things to do and visit including Lissan House, Drum Manor Forest Park, Beaghmore Stone Circles, Davagh Forest Trails, Burnavon Arts and Cultural Centre, Kinturk Cultural Centre, and Cookstown Tourist Information Centre.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Ardboe Full review
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avatarpicture bulagr THE BEST REVIEW
Historical Place : This is the tallest and one of the oldest crosses we have seen and it stands alone and exposed to the elements just off a minor road near Ardboe village. The carvings are worn but still wonderful. Worth a detour to see.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Wellbrook Beetling Mill Full review
avatarpicture roxaneback THE BEST REVIEW
Memorable Tours : This was an excellent experience, with both guides sharing excellent information with enthusiasm and friendliness. We were two groups and both sets were delighted with the reception and explanation they received. We had overseas visitors who loved seeing the working waterwheel and how linen was made. Superb work, and thank-you guides.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Ardboe High Cross Full review
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avatarpicture spiritaway THE BEST REVIEW
High cross that is over 900 years old: This high cross is a national monument from the 10th century and is worth seeing. Set in a lovely background with a ruined chapel alongside. The stone carving on the high cross is simply stunning and still well intact. There's nothing much to see apart from the high cross and chapel ruins, I wouldn't suggest you take a diversion.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Coagh
Travel picture of Coagh Coagh is a small village in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, five miles eas...
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Moneymore
Travel picture of Moneymore Moneymore is also the name of a farming district near Milton, New Zealand. Mo...
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Lough Neagh
Travel picture of Lough Neagh Lough Neagh is a large freshwater lake in Northern Ireland. It is the larges...
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Springhill House
Travel picture of Springhill House Springhill is a 17th-century plantation house in the townland of Ballindrum n...
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