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Armagh County Museum,

Armagh County Museum, Armagh

Armagh County Museum is a museum in The Mall, East Armagh, BT61 9BE, County Armagh, Northern Ireland. The displays focus on the history, natural history and culture of County Armagh and include archaeological artefacts, historic domestic tools and items, textiles and costumes including military uniforms, ceramics, natural history and geology specimens, and railway memorabilia. The museum also features two galleries with changing exhibits from its collections of paintings, prints, ceramics and other decorative arts, as well as displays of local art and photography.

Eakin Gallery Armagh

Eakin Gallery Armagh, Armagh

The Eakin Gallery specialises in quality works both by local Armagh artists and other well known Northern Irish artists. The Eakin Gallery is part of the Woodview Complex and is located in the heart of County Armagh between Portadown and Armagh at Woodview Garden Centre.Lough Neagh Discovery and Conference Centre is situated within the breathtaking Oxford Island National Nature Reserve

Lough Neagh Discovery Centre, Craigavon

Lough Neagh Centre Armagh enjoys a unique and beautiful setting on the edge of the Lough Neagh, Craigavon where visitors can learn all about the history, the culture and wildlife in and around Lough Neagh. Also on-site is the Lough side Cafe specialising in home cooking and a craft and gift shop with examples of local crafts.

Navan Fort

Navan Fort, Armagh

This was the Royal seat of the Kings of Ulster. The site, on a low hill approximately 1.6 miles (2.6 km) west of the city of Armagh, is a circular enclosure 250 metres (820 ft) in diameter Excavations of the large mound at its centre, carried out between 1963 and 1971, showed that a ditched enclosure, had been built in the Late Bronze Age.

The Armagh Observatory

The Armagh Observatory

The Armagh Observatory is a modern astronomical research institute with a rich heritage. Founded in 1790 by Archbishop Richard Robinson, the Observatory is one of the UK and Ireland's leading scientific research establishments. Around 20 astronomers are actively studying the Sun and other stars, the Solar System, and the Earth's climate

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