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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.

Ballydougan Pottery

Ballydougan Pottery

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.

Wheat Loft Studio Apartment

Wheat Loft Studio Apartment

Once a fine old stone Wheat Barn. Now sympathetically and creatively converted, it is the ideal location for a romantic hide-away.. A perfect studio apartment for two people.

Armagh City Hotel

Armagh City Hotel

From magnificent facilities to magical experiences, the Armagh City Hotel, part of the Mooney Hotel group, has created a new milestone in award winning hospitality in this realm of scholars and kings.

Armagh Gaol

Armagh Gaol

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.

Armagh Observatory

Armagh Observatory

The Observatory’s 14 acres (57,000 m2) of landscaped grounds include sundials and historic telescopes, telescope domes and the Armagh Astropark.

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.

Saint Patrick’s Church of Ireland Cathedral

Saint Patrick’s Church of Ireland Cathedral

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.

Saint Patrick’s Roman Catholic Cathedral

Saint Patrick’s Roman Catholic Cathedral

This is a most curious example of a very important building which changes both architect, and architectural style, half way up the walls.

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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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.

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