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Located at the edge of Lough Veagh is Glenveagh Castle, a late 19th century castellated mansion, built as a hunting lodge, hauntingly beautiful wilderness of rugged mountains, pristine lakes, tumbling waterfalls and enchanted native oak woodland
GLENVEAGH NATIONAL PARK Church Hill, Letterkenny
A portion of the former Belfast and County Down Railway was restored 1985 and is now a working railway museum, incorporating the various aspects of Northern Ireland’s railway heritage. Spend an afternoon exploring everything around the station.
Downpatrick & County Down Railway
Market Street, DOWNPATRICK
Down BT30 6LZ
Set off on a journey of discovery and see the wonders of the galaxy at the Armagh Planetarium a world-renowned astronomical educational establishment. Established in 1968 its purpose is to bring astronomy to a wider audience.
Armagh Planetarium College Hill Armagh Co. Armagh
One of Ireland’s most visited natural attractions, at 702ft above the crashing Atlantic swells With a superb visitor centre, an invigorating coastal walking route. Be enchanted by Ireland’s flourishing west coast, part of the Wild Atlantic Way.
Cliffs of Mohar
Experience a wonderful interpretative centre and five amazing walking trails around Cavan Burren Park, with spectacular prehistoric tombs, fantastic geology and special stories of Giants and moving glaciers come to life.
Cavan Burren Park
A truly one of a kind Hook Lighthouse is the oldest operational lighthouse in the world built 800 years ago the lighthouse continues to serve its original function. Hook lighthouse offers guided tours all year round.
hook light house
Irelands only attraction in Kildare , Lullymore gives a comprehensive insight into the Irish Peatlands and the people living around it.
Lullymore Heritage Park Lullymore, Rathangan, C
Altamont Gardens are an enchanting blend of formal and informal gardens with riverside walks covering over 40 acres including a Bog Garden and Ice Age Glen with its canopy of ancient oaks and huge stone outcrops lead the visitor to the River Slaney.
The Ardagh Heritage and Creativity Centre is great place to visit really magic place immersed in creativity and the world of Faerie great for all age groups. Kids really love it they get great freedom and to use their imaginations and to create.
Ardagh Heritage and Creativity Centre, Ardagh, Co.
Unique 18th-century mansion, famed for its mixture of architectural styles, Castle Ward is open to the public & includes 332 hectares of landscaped gardens, fortified tower house, Victorian laundry, theatre, restaurant, shop, saw & working corn mill
Down BT30 7BA