The Mid-Antrim Museum at The Braid features galleries showcasing an impressive collection of fascinating artefacts of both local and national significance, alongside an exciting range of changing exhibitions.
The Copeland Islands is a group of three islands in the North Irish Sea, situated 3.6km off the coast from Donaghadee in County Down, Northern Ireland. Lighthouse Island is now owned by the National Trust and operated by volunteer members of the Copeland Bird Observatory. The ruins of the original keepers’ house have been rebuilt to house a bird observatory.
The Light Ship Petrel was built in 1915 by the Dublin Dockyard Co for the Commissioners of Irish Lights and is the only lightship still afloat in Ireland. A crucial element of lightship design is the mounting of a light on a sufficiently tall mast.
St. Patrick is said to have presided over the church of Clogher. According to tradition a monastery and diocese were founded in Clogher circa 490 by St. Macartan on the orders of St. Patrick. The present building was erected on the site in 1744.
The Knock At the Door Isn’t Room Service
Every Castle in Ireland has to have at least one ghost of some kind and perched on the tip of the famous Causeway Coastal Route Ballygally Castle Hotel is no different.
European Heritage Open Days – one of my favourite times of the year. Photographing and documenting some of our often hidden built heritage.
Step through the bright red door and if it weren’t for the electricity and running water, you might imagine you had gone back 200 years. This fabulous County Down holiday home is an old and historic country farmhouse which will welcome you into a holiday let you will surely remember.
Parkanaur is a large, rambling romantic Tudor Revival house which has evolved through the years. The Manor House is open to the public offering facilities for conferencing, functions and events.
Belfast Castle is set on the slopes of Cavehill Country Park, Belfast, Northern Ireland in a prominent position 400 feet above sea level. Its location provides unobstructed views of the city of Belfast and Belfast Lough.
This beautiful country house set in lush grounds originally belonged to the Innis family, but for many years now has served as the centre of operations for the Society of Missions to Africa.