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Mount Stewart
Historic Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Ulster American Folk Park
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Giant's Causeway
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Walled city Londonderry
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Big Fish
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Monuments & Statues
Mount Stewart
Historic Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Beaghmore Stone Circles
Ancient Ruins, Mysterious Sites
Dunseverick Castle
Ancient Ruins, Castles
Giant's Ring
Ancient Ruins, Points of Interest & Landmarks
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National Football Stadium Belfast
The interactive parts were very entertaining for small and "big" kids alike and the views of the stadium from the different stops is hair-raising (except the corrugated plastic at back of the North end, takes away...
Birds eye view from the top of the South Stand - fantastic views, Got the history of the stadium rebuild and the stand capacity etc.
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Causeway Coastal Route Bushmills
It provides great views as one travels along and includes a range of geological features such as Basalt columns and cliffs, views of Scotland and the Isles of Islay, Jura and Ghia.
Breathtaking ocean views, beautiful rolling Irish hills of green, quaint villages on hillsides....dramatic and amazing stops like Carrick a Rede Rope Bridge and Giants Causeway.
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Coast Road Larne
The coast road from Larne is stunning a fabulous drive with plenty of pull ins for great views & opportunity to take some photos & some of the stop offs have picnic benches great for a summer day.
You will be rewarded by some views of the wilder stretches of the coast, which the main road bypasses, and the view from Torr Head itself (a short but steep climb from the car park) is worth it.
HMS Caroline Belfast
There is a auditory package which kicks in as you visit various sites around the ship the whole thing is very professional and they have done a marvellous job of restoring a ship from over a 100 years ago This is...
Surrounding area: There are some great views around Belfast docks and there is a walk directly to the Titanic Docks etc. (note there are some redevelopment works of old docks going on in the surrounding area , but...
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Crumlin Road Gaol Belfast
Was great so much history in this place really enjoyed it its like taking a step back in time tour guides are amazing and really make the tour enjoyable restaurant and cafe on site we had lunch in the cafe was lov...
... very informative from a very knowledgeable guide( thank you Joe. ) Before you begin the tour, there is a small selection of artefacts and information at the tour assembly area, that is very interesting to view.
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Streamvale Open Farm Belfast
On a more practical side, the parking is fantastic, and there are plenty of seating areas to relax, eat the on-site food, or bring a picnic.
After a stop for the " Birthday tea ", we were taken, in a tractor-pulled trailer up a bumpy track ( much to the children's delight ) to a hill with fine views over a rain-misty East Belfast.
St. Patrick's Cathedral (Roman Catholic) Armagh
If you love to view architecture at its best then visit St Patrick's Cathedral RC and if you get the chance, take a look at the other Beautiful Church of Ireland St Patrick's Cathedral.
Tranquility & Reflection at yet another iconic Irish church at the heart of Irish Christendom - on the hill that was the site of the 'original' 'snakes out of Ireland' St Patrick's own early church.
City Walls Derry
Take the above walking tour, very informative, plenty of history, spectacular views of the city, tour guide was brilliant, great stories, if in Londonderry \Derry & you have an hour or so to spare, take the tour.
Allow time to stop off at the many interesting sites including St. Columb's Cathedral and Heritage Centre, Longtower Church (our personal favourite), St. Augustine's Church, The Seige Museum, Tower Museum and The...
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Mount Stewart Newtownards
We had a lovely day here today the kids loved the halloween theme lovely play park set on a beautiful hill lovely views and kids loved there time exploring around it its so different to usual play parks the house...
The formal walled gardens are well manicured and have quirky carvings and sculptures with a stylised Victorian view of dinosaurs - kids will love it.
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Kingspan Stadium Belfast
We had a great view from memorial stand seats and some Ulster flags were left out on the rows for fans.
We did get some hot chocolate from one of the many catering vans they have on site.
The Bogside Artists Derry
The tour certainly got us round the murals relatively quickly and up to the cemetery and was hugely informative, though extremely partisan and we would have loved to have heard a neutral view of the history - if t...
I would urge those who visit this site, to read up on Derry's history and gain more insight into what events led up to the scenes depicted on these mural walls.
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Kinbane Castle Ballycastle
The path includes a lot of steps and is pretty steep but is well maintained with a sea of fragrant wild flowers on each side, and beautiful views over the sea and the little rocky peninsula with it's crumbling cas...
Fabulous views of Rathlin and the Scottish Islands beyond this and on your return walk you can see the Carrick a reed rope bridge .
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Ulster American Folk Park Omagh
Although we only used a few sights around the grounds I have been at the Folk Park several times and have always enjoyed my time - especially at Halloween, Bluegrass and during the 4th of July celebrations.
... of information available, I always enjoy the exhibits, but more so as you can walk round the open site and experience the dwellings and get some background stories on living conditions etc, staff where very po...
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City Hall Belfast
the area around city hall is vibrant colorful and full of people watching opportunities-near shopping the harbor and other historic sights its a perfect place to start your explorations
Just walking around the outside of City Hall, which is situated in Donegall Sqaure (North, South, East and West) gives visitors to opportunity to view this amazing Grade A listed building.
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Florence Court Enniskillen
... who would give us 6 mile guided walk around the boundaries of the estate highlighting all the attractions and views of grounds and House , what an enjoyable time we had .The staff where excellent and so friendly.
There is a lovely tea room on site and a lovely shop and also Nelly Woolly's bookshop is treasure for lovely second hand books.
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Ballintoy Harbour Ballintoy
The harbor has walking trails along and around fascinating geological formations, great views of the coastline and out to small islands, a serene boat dick harbor which appeared in Game of Thrones - and as an unex...
A beautiful place to explore with the caves, the sea, and the rocks, surrounded by green fields full of sheep...a true Irish countryside view!
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Walled city Londonderry Derry
If you like history you'll love the walk around the walls to see the splendid city and peel off from time to time to see other great sites such as the Guildhall with its fascinating exhibition on the plantation an...
It's a must if your visiting Derry to walk around the walls, learn their history dating back to the 1600s, it is a steep climb to get to the top but it's down hill there after, you will see a great view of Derry,...
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Peace bridge Derry
Bustling with families, joggers and lovers - this is a beautiful area to walk or stroll on each side of the Foyle festooned with flowers and stunning views of the Guildhall etc.
Great to walk and view the sights ,Take bikes , Great for adults and kids.Bring camera to get great shots of the city,
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Giant's Causeway Bushmills
This location takes your breath away - from a high point along the shore you look North and East from the Isle to see breathtaking views, amazing cliffs and walk along the shore on rock formations that are unique...
A world heritage site of renown, try the guided tour especially with Fantastic Fiona who is an excellent and very informative young lady, and a very good guide.
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Hillsborough Castle Hillsborough
The cafe was buzzing with diners both indoors and out enjoying the beautiful food, sunshine and views of Hillsborough Estate.
They have a cafe and gift shop on site but we took in a picnic to have on the lawns.
Guildhall Derry
The stained glass windows show the history of Derry and the guide adds his own views to it which makes the tour very interesting.
Make sure you go up to the top floor and view the beautiful organ and meeting chambers.
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St. Malachy's Church Belfast
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Mussenden Temple Castlerock
A really beautiful spot, lovely walks and great views over the sea and the cliffs, great to watch the birds flying around the cliffs.
The views from the Temple itself are absolutely outstanding - to the North is open sea, to the East is a view of Castlerock and the wider coastline, to the South is the ruins of Downhill Castle, and the West is a...
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Castle Coole Enniskillen
We didn’t pay in to do the house Lovely walks around the lake and beech trees Very peaceful A wee coffee shop And gift shop on site too Worth a visit
The excellent double act from the knowledgeable volunteer Guides kept us both entertained and informed as the stories elaborated the lovely interior and views.
Parliament Buildings Belfast
The staff were so unbelievably attentive, the views from the balcony were incredible, the atmosphere was grand, majestic, yet relaxed and the food was great!
What more do you want than a free tour of a very historic and interesting building by our friendly guide Mickey and fresh scones from the on-site coffee shop at just 40p.
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Linen Hall Library Belfast
It is the home of some of Ireland’s rarest literary tomes and historically the site of some of our greatest historical events.
Friendly staff, nice small gift shop, great views of City Hall.
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Peace Wall Belfast
Including many distinctly Protestant and Catholic neighborhoods, Shankills and Falls Roads areas, numerous memorials, site of pub and other bombings and atrocities, the Peace Wall, Murder Wall, Sinn Fein headquart...
The Peace Wall and surrounding streets/ areas are both fascinating and disturbing, but a must if you want to begin to understand the different religious views.
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Bloody Sunday Memorial Derry
... particular we went on one conducted by Paul Doherty a Son of one of the 14 murdered by The Para's, Paul is simply the best at his job, I would strongly recommend a visit to Derry and see all the historic sites.
Just an interesting view as you Leave Londonderry, the British loyalist's sector and enter the Irish loyalists sector called 'Derry.'
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St. Columb's Cathedral Derry
We sat on the Gallery and had great downwards view of altar .
Geneologist on site found original baptismal record of husband.
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Cathedral Quarter Belfast
The Premier Inn within the Cathedral Quarter was a lovely place to stay, with all the tourists sights literally on the doorstep including St Patrick's and St Anne's Cathedral The staff were very helpful and friend...
Beautiful part of Belfast bursting with bars, cafes, street art and historical sights.
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