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Use Galgorm as a base to discover breath-taking scenery, magical castles, stunning coastlines and more in Northern Ireland.
The Bow and Arrow experts specialise in the art of bow making as they offer classes where you can improve your woodworking skills as well the specific technique required in bow making.
This pop-up dining experience that uses local produce is run by Chef Rob Curley. Taking place in a different location every time, this is a unique experience for the food lovers who will enjoy a 6-course meal with some explanation behind the location and the produce.
Learn what it takes to become a Blacksmith! Become educated in this niche area of expertise where you can participate in the traditional skills required of a blacksmith including specialising in steel, wrought iron decorating and sculpting. Opening times: Wednesday & Thursday only.
The unique brewery with an onsite Farm Shop is perfect spot for the craft beer fans. Brewers of the Galgorm beer stocked in the Resort’s mini bars, Hillstown have a long running passion for hand crafted local produce.
Flanked by the wild North Atlantic Ocean and a landscape of dramatic cliffs, for centuries the Giant’s Causeway has inspired artists, stirred scientific debate and captured the imagination of all who see it.
Suspended almost 100 ft (30 m) above sea level, the rope bridge was first erected by salmon fisherman 350 years ago.
This beautiful avenue of beech trees was planted by the Stuart family in the eighteenth century, intended as a compelling landscape feature to impress visitors as they approached the entrance to their Georgian mansion, Gracehill House.
Rugged coast, spectacular views over the Mull of Kintyre, crashing waves and historical intrigue are reasons why you should make this detour, on the Causeway Coastal Route.
First built on the dramatic coastal cliffs of north County Antrim by the MacQuillan family around 1500, the iconic ruin of Dunluce Castle bears witness to a long and tumultuous history.
The Gobbins Cliff Path brings visitors to the edge of the Irish Sea – and sometimes over it – via a network of 23 bridges and walkways that traverse caves, tunnels and steps carved directly into the cliff face.
For more than 800 years, Carrickfergus Castle has stood on the shores of Belfast Lough. It is one of the best preserved and most imposing medieval castles in Ireland and offers a real glimpse into how people once lived, loved and defended their land.
Slemish mountain lies nine miles north east of Ballymena and is said to be where Saint Patrick was held as a slave and herded sheep for his master, Miluic, in the fifth century.
Dating back to 1654, the Crosskeys Inn is the oldest thatched pub in Ireland. With traditional Irish music, singing and storytelling and regular events, this quaint historical attreaction is a must visit for tourists and locals alike.
Experience an amazing journey through the world of one of Ireland’s literary greats: Seamus Heaney
Housed in an iconic, six-floor building, Titanic Belfast is located in the heart of Belfast, right beside the historic site of this world-famous ship’s construction.
The foundation stone to Belfast Cathedral was laid in 1899 and the nave was consecrated in 1904. The Spire of Hope was added in 2006.
On 31st March 1996 Crumlin Road Gaol slammed shut its doors for what many thought would be the final time, but, on the 19th November 2012 the chains fell off and HMP Belfast was reborn as a major visitor attraction and conference centre.
Irish FA Tours tells the unique story of Northern Ireland football using a variety of media, interactive displays and key artefacts from the 1880s to the present day.
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