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Antrim Town

Antrim Town

Antrim is the county town of County Antrim in Northern Ireland. Antrim is a small town not frequently visited by tourists, yet it is one of the more historic towns in Northern Ireland with many interesting sights and buildings of historic note.

Antrim Castle Gardens

Antrim Castle Gardens

There are many wonderful parks and gardens throughout Antrim and Newtownabbey. The jewel in the crown is undoubtedly the beautifully restored 400-year old Antrim Castle Gardens with its Anglo Dutch canals, ponds and avenues providing a unique walkway into the past.

Pogue’s Entry Historical Cottage

Pogue’s Entry Historical Cottage

Hidden quietly in the heart of Antrim Town, Pogue’s Entry is an unassuming yet fascinating place with an interesting history.

Barbican Gate Antrim

Barbican Gate Antrim

The Barbican Gate is found in the market square of Antrim Town. It was the original entrance to Antrim Castle, also known as Massereene Castle. The arms of the Massereene family are displayed above the gate.

Old Courthouse Antrim

Old Courthouse Antrim

Hidden quietly in the heart of Antrim Town, Pogue’s Entry is an unassuming yet fascinating place with an interesting history.

Seagoe Parish Church

Seagoe Parish Church

Seagoe parish or St Gobhan’s parish is an ecclesiastical parish of the Church of Ireland, located in Portadown, Northern Ireland. It is on one of the oldest recorded sites of Christianity in Ireland. Christian links to the area date back to the early 500 AD’s.

Enniskillen Castle Museums

Enniskillen Castle Museums

Enniskillen Castle, situated beside the River Erne in County Fermanagh, was built almost 600 years ago by Gaelic Maguire chieftains.

Downpatrick Town

Downpatrick Town

We flew our drone over Downpatrick town and captured a couple of aerial 360° photographs. Look out for the marker points in the aerial virtual tours, some of which will allow you to jump from the sky down into some of the various visitor attractions found in the town.

Down County Museum

Down County Museum

The museum is located in the historic buildings of the 18th-century County Gaol of Down. The old Gaol of Downpatrick was was opened in 1796 and until its closure in 1830 housed many thousands of prisoners.

The prison complex covers one acre and contains three main structures. These comprise a cell block to the rear, a central Governor’s Residence and two gatehouses flanking the main entrance, all set within a high perimeter wall.

Beaghmore Stone Circles

Beaghmore Stone Circles

County Tyrone in Northern Ireland is peppered with thousands of archaeological sites. The most impressive are the Bronze Age Beaghmore Stone Circles and cairns, approx. 10 miles north west of Cookstown, in the southeast of the Sperrin Mountains.

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Antrim Town

Antrim is the county town of County Antrim in Northern Ireland. Antrim is a small town not frequently visited by tourists, yet it is one of the more historic towns in Northern Ireland with many interesting sights and buildings of historic note.

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