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F. E. McWilliam Gallery & Studio

F. E. McWilliam Gallery & Studio

The F.E. McWilliam Gallery and Studio in Banbridge is dedicated to the memory of Banbridge-born sculptor Frederick Edward McWilliam, one of Ireland’s most influential and successful artists.

Tower Museum

Tower Museum

The Tower Museum takes the visitor on a high-tech audio-visual narrative tour of the Story of Derry. From the first evidence of human habitation in 7000BC through to the troubles and the peace process, it is all here and exemplified by models and a wide range of artefacts.

Workhouse Museum

Workhouse Museum

The Workhouse Museum is a restored 19th-century workhouse on 23 Glendermott Road, Waterside, Derry. The two-floor museum includes an extensive display titled ‘The Atlantic Memorial’, a reference to the extensive role played by the city in the Second World War.

The Harbour Museum

The Harbour Museum

A wide range of paraphernalia pertaining to Derry as a Port is on display, ranging from a full-size reproduction of an ‘Iona Currach’ which Colmcille used to sail from Derry to the Scottish island.

Heritage Tower

Heritage Tower

Built during the 19th century, the Heritage Tower was once the prison home to famous Irish leaders, Wolfe Tone and De Valera. The Tower is located in the Fountain area of the city.

Green Lane Museum

Green Lane Museum

The Green Lane Museum is located at the Roe Valley Country Park rich in industrial heritage from the linen and hydro-electricity industry along the river. Reflecting domestic and rural life from the local area, the collection includes 20th Century reference books, memorabilia, agricultural items, lace and textile samples, material from local commerce and trades and historic art.

Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre

Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre

The Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre provide a dynamic cultural programme of activities throughout the year, including the very best of national and international theatre, music, visual arts and heritage exhibitions, film and engaging creative learning opportunities.

Moneymore Model Village

Moneymore Model Village

A Victorian walled garden, located behind the Manor House in Moneymore, forms the location of the 1622 Model Village depicting the buildings and life in rural Moneymore at the time of the 17th Century plantation.

Navan Centre & Fort

Navan Centre & Fort

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 Robinson Library

Armagh Robinson Library

Five hundred years of books and art in a Georgian setting. One of the oldest libraries in Ireland, Armagh Robinson Library was founded in 1771 by Archbishop Richard Robinson. The inscription over the public entrance in Greek means ‘the healing place of the soul ‘.

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