Armagh located on
the shores of Lough Neagh with fertile lands is known as the
"Orchard County". Armagh has some great walking areas such
Ardress House, Portadown, this charming 17th-century
farmhouse, set in 100 acres of countryside
there are apple orchards, charming woodland and riverside walks.
Take a walk up to visit
Navan Fort, this was the Royal seat of the Kings
of Ulster, set, on a low hill
approximately 1.6 miles (2.6 km) west of the city of Armagh.
Argory, Dungannon is a handsome
Irish gentry house ,surrounded by its
320-acre wooded riverside estate.
Lough Neagh Discovery Centre, Co Armagh in Craigavon on the edge
of Lough Neagh in Armagh, is a place where visitors can learn all
about the history, the culture and wildlife in and around Lough
Neagh, Co Armagh. The Armagh Observatory is a modern
astronomical research institute, founded
in 1790 by Archbishop Richard Robinson, the Observatory is one of
the UK and Ireland's leading scientific research establishment
Makem Festival of Traditional & Folk Song
celebrates the music and work of Armagh's own late
artist Tommy Makem. William Kennedy Piping
Festivalis celebrated in November each year.
a celebration of the Uilleann
pipe music and traditional Irish instruments with
musicians from all over attending.
Neagh Discovery Centre, Co Armagh
in Craigavon on the edge of
Lough Neagh in Armagh, where visitors can
learn all about the history, the culture and
wildlife in and around Lough Neagh. Armagh's
County Museum where the displays focus on the
history, natural history and culture of County
Armagh and include archaeological artefacts,
historic domestic tools and items, textiles and
more. Navan Fort the Royal seat of the Kings of
Ulster built in the late Bronze Age.
The Market Place Theatre,
Armagh City can be enjoyed for a night out at the
theatre in Armagh. The visitor to Armagh can
experience the golf at County Armagh Golf
Club. For the walkers in Armagh there is the
Newry Canal Towpath Walking Route, The
Ballykeel Loop, and Creggan Loop.
Armaghcouncil website promoting the activities and
news within the Armagh city area
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
This site provides prospective visitors to Armagh,
City of Saint Patrick and Ancient Seat of the Kings of Ulster, with
information on travel, accommodation, attractions, maps,
photographs, genealogy, numerous events and much much