Armagh is also known as the City of St Patrick. It has everything from historical sites to lively pubs. Great kids’ attractions, museums, country parks and events.
Ancient Special City
Armagh Armagh Visitor Information Centre, 40 English Street, Armagh, Northern Ireland
The attractive little cathedral city of Armagh (Ard Macha) has been an important religious centre since the 5th century, and remains the ecclesiastical capital of Ireland.
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Oldest County Museum in Ireland
Armagh County Museum The Mall East, Armagh, BT61 9BE, Northern Ireland
The Museum is the ideal place to explore the county of Armagh with some of the most intriguing stories of local lives interwoven amid the diverse displays.
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Stunning coastline
Blue Flag Beaches Northern Ireland Northern Ireland Blue Flag Beaches
Northern Ireland's rugged coastline – offers breathtaking views, beaches, cliffs and sand dunes. Several beaches meet the Blue Flag standard.
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where the ancient kings ruled
Navan Centre and Fort-Emain Macha 81 Killylea Road, Armagh, Northern Ireland
Navan Centre & Fort is a place where myth and reality meet. It is one of Ireland’s most famous and important archaeological sites, the legendary Emain Macha.
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Armagh’s Anglican Cathedral
Saint Patrick’s Cathedral Armagh Cathedral Close, Armagh, BT61 7EE, Northern Ireland
Saint Patrick’s Church of Ireland Cathedral stands on the hill from which the City of Armagh derives its name—Ard Macha; the hill of Macha.
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