Be inspired by the Ballydougan experience and make a pot yourself in our studio pottery or maybe organize a group of friends to get together for a night of pottery making craic. Group demonstrations available & classes to suit individual requirements.
Explore this Grade B listed building before plans to transform the building get under way. Armagh Gaol, one of Northern Ireland’s most important historic buildings, is a landmark building within the City and makes a vital contribution to the townscape character. Visitors to the city’s famous Mall will be most familiar with the gaol’s impressive grey façade.
The Observatory’s 14 acres (57,000 m2) of landscaped grounds include sundials and historic telescopes, telescope domes and the Armagh Astropark.
Navan Fort – known in Old Irish as Emain Macha – is a large circular earthwork on the summit of a drumlin that is thought to be the site of a pagan sanctuary. The impressive earthwork encloses two monuments on the hilltop, a ring barrow (Iron Age burial site) and a large mound.
Armagh…The spiritual Capital of Ireland for 1500 years and the seat of both Church of Ireland and Catholic archbishops, Armagh is the oldest and most venerated of Irish Cities and has a long Christian heritage.
This is a most curious example of a very important building which changes both architect, and architectural style, half way up the walls.
Five hundred years of books and art in a Georgian setting. One of the oldest libraries in Ireland, Armagh Public Library was founded in 1771 by Archbishop Richard Robinson. The inscription over the public entrance in Greek means ‘the healing place of the soul ‘.
Behind the facade of Vicar’s Hill, one of the houses is not what it seems….With the appearance of a residential house, number 5 inside is an amazing hexagonal stone building, formerly safe storage for documents, now a gem of a little museum- not to be missed!
Nestling in the heart of Armagh is the Ancestral Home of Dan Winter, one of the founders of the Orange Order. Accepted as the meeting place following the Battle of the Diamond, where the decision to form the Orange Order was made.