Armagh located on the shores of Lough Neagh with fertile lands is known as the "Orchard County". Armagh has some great walking areas such as at 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.
The 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.