armagh self catering accommodation

Popular Local Attractions Near By

  • Shopping Newry and Craigavon 30mins

  • Gosford forest Park 10mins

  • Giant’s Causeway 1hr 10mins

  • Mourne Mountains 1hr

  • Newcastle 1hr

  • Belfast 1hr

  • Dublin 2hrs

  • Warrenpoint Beach 40mins

  • Lough Neagh – Water sports 30mins

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The Navan Centre & Fort
The Navan Interpretative Centre offers visitors an understanding of the diverse history of the area presenting the history, archaeology and legends of the legendary royal capital of ancient Ulster, Emain Mhacha.



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The Palace Stables Heritage Centre
Visit the home of Ireland's leading Living History programme set in the beautifully restored Georgian stable block within the Palace Demesne of the former Church of Ireland Archbishop's of Armagh until the 1970's.

Saint Patrick's Trian Visitor Complex The most exciting Visitor Complex in the City, Saint Patrick's Trian offers you a unique opportunity to explore the world of Saint Patrick and learn about the rise of Christianity in Ireland.

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Armagh Planetarium
Launching in summer 2006 visitors can discover the Universe in Ireland's first full dome three-dimensional Digital Theatre.

Armagh Observatory
The Armagh Observatory, founded in 1790 is situated close to the centre of the city of Armagh which includes the Armagh Planetarium and a scale model of the universe known as the Astropark

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Franciscan Friary Ruins
The Franciscan Friary was founded by Archbishop Scannail in 1263/64. It has prominent patrons and played an important part in the citys religious life until it was suppressed in 1542



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The Market Place Theatre and Arts Centre
The Market Place Theatre is a state-of-the-art cultural facility in the centre of Armagh




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Saint Patrick's Cathedral (Church of Ireland)
Saint Patrick founded his first stone Church on the hill of Armagh in 445AD.



The Argory
Built in 1824, the Argory has a fine setting on a slight rise overlooking the river Blackwatertown on the Armagh/ Tyrone border near Moy.

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