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Armagh City Library

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Armagh City Library

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2 Market Street, Armagh BT61 7BU Northern Ireland
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Armagh Private Day Tour From Belfast
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Armagh Private Day Tour From Belfast

Book your Private Tour and get off the beaten track away from all the usual tourist areas, this tour would suit visitors who have been here before and seen all the usual sights, History buffs will love this tour! Prepare to be Amazed by County Armagh Aka "The Orchard County!" Navan Fort is an ancient ceremonial monument and According to tradition it was one of the great royal sites of pre-Christian Gaelic Ireland and the capital of the Ulaidh (Ulster). Armagh is the the ecclesiastical capital of Ireland and we will visit the Two spectacular Cathedrals where the last high king of Ireland Brian Boru is buried as well as immersing yourself in history and Irish culture, this Private led Tour is a Completely Unique Experience and is led by a Professional Guide who is also a Historian.
$593.69 per adult
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Saran O M wrote a review Mar 2019
Armagh, United Kingdom43 contributions6 helpful votes
Nice libary in the heart of Armagh city. It has a wonderful collection of books for any age and tastes.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Clodagh F wrote a review Jun 2018
County Armagh, United Kingdom34 contributions12 helpful votes
My son and I go here regular. There si a whole bunch of new readings books and the selection is great. It is a nice quiet library where you can read the paper and relax. The activities organised are also well worth a visit
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Shona P wrote a review Jul 2016
Oamaru, Otago, New Zealand28 contributions8 helpful votes
Ring the Bell at the street door to gain access to this library - then up the stairs - there is a chair lift available - the library has many very old books if that is what you are after - the staff were most helpful in my quest for ancestry information
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Date of experience: July 2016
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CiaraSlevin wrote a review Jan 2016
Northern Ireland, United Kingdom2,649 contributions295 helpful votes
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Armagh City Library located on Market Street is a public library offering book borrowing, free wifi, public computers, audiobooks, newspapers and faxing, scanning and photocopying facilities to members. It's a warm, welcoming, small library located in a beautiful, square, Georgian style building dating from 1815 (the building itself is called Market House). There are some comfy chairs and sofas to relax in and as with all libraries a peaceful, quiet vibe pervades. If you are a member of public Libraries NI you can use your library card in any public library. So if you are visiting Armagh from Belfast or Newry, or anywhere else, you can use the full Armagh City Library facilities and also return or borrow books there. For locals Armagh library run various events including adult and children's book and reading clubs, patchwork quilting and knitting groups throughout the week. I love public libraries and wish more people used them. If you want a book which is not in your local branch, for a few pence, you can order a copy in from another library. Why spend a fortune buying traditional or electronic books?! Nowadays even top, popular, best sellers and new release books are available free from public libraries or can be ordered in for you. It's also free and easy to join a public library - just pop in with proof of identification showing your name and current address e.g. a bill or driving licence. Painless! So go on - do it!
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Date of experience: January 2016
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