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Altmore Open Farm - more info »

32 Altmore Road, Pomeroy, , BT70 2UN
An open farm of 175 acres. Includes a 5-acre rainbow trout lake, a bait lake, scenic walks, a covered barbecue area and a cafe. Accommodation also provided.

An Creagan Visitor Centre - more info »

Creggan, Omagh, , BT79 9AF
Interpretative exhibition featuring the archaeology, natural environment and culture of Creggan and the Sperrins. Traditional Irish open farm. Field tours and cultural events

Andrew Jackson Centre - more info »

2 Boneybefore, Carrickfergus, , BT38 7EQ
The centre is situated near the site of the ancestral home of Andrew Jackson, 7th US President (1829-37) and hero of the Battle of New Orleans.

Annalong Corn Mill - more info »

Marine Park, Annalong, , BT34 4RH
Built in c.1830 and powered by a waterwheel, the mill overlooks the harbour. Flour-making demonstrations. Herb garden, visitor centre, cafe.

Antrim Castle Gardens and Clotworthy House - more info »

Randalstown Road, Antrim, , BT41 4LH
Restored 17thC garden in Anglo-Dutch style. Spectacular parterre, ponds and walks in the demesne. The Arts Centre houses 3 galleries.

Antrim Round Tower - more info »

Steeple Park, Antrim, , BT41 1BJ
Antrim Round Tower is one of the finest of its kind in Ireland. About 1,000 years old, the tower is 93 feet high and is the remaining part of a monastic settlement.

Aquaholics - more info »

Port Stewart, Newtownards, , BT55 7BE
PADI's Discover Scuba Diving is the opportunity you've been waiting for! The programme lets you experience the thrill of diving in the convenience of a swimming pool.

Aras an Chairdineil O Fiaich - more info »

Slatequarry Road Cullyhanna, Cullyhanna, , BT35 0JH
An exhibition telling the story of Cardinal Tomas O Fiaich, his life, times and interests. Multimedia exhibition using photographs, text, photo-disk and videos.

Ardress House and Farmyard - National Trust - more info »

Ardress Road, Portadown, , BT62 1SQ
Seventeenth-century house with an 18thC front and neo-classical plasterwork in the drawing room. Farmyard with livestock. Woodland walk and garden. National Trust.

Ark Open Farm - more info »

296 Bangor Road, Newtownards, , BT23 7PH
Various activities including pony rides, hands on cuddles with rabbits and chicks, hand feeding hens, ducks, donkey and goat, adventure playground and more.

Armagh County Museum - more info »

The Mall East, Armagh, , BT61 9BE
Museum covering County Armagh including permanent and special exhibitions. Extensive collections in the areas of art, archaeology, natural history and local history.

Armagh Observatory Grounds - more info »

College Hill, Armagh, , BT61 9DF
Beautifully landscaped grounds with 2 sundials. Robinson dome with 10in telescope. Astropark-scale model of the universe.

Armagh Plantarium - more info »

College Hill, Armagh, , BT61 9DB
Explore the universe with hands-on computers in the Hall of Astronomy. Astronomical instruments on display. Outside, the Astropark features a model solar system.

Arthur Ancestral Home - more info »

Arthur Cottage, Dreen Road, Cullybackey, , BT42 1AB
Restored 18thC farmhouse with open flax-straw thatched roof. Ancestral home of Chester Alan Arthur. Interpretive centre and craft demonstrations.

Ballycastle Museum - more info »

59 Castle Street, Ballycastle, , BT54 6AS
Folk social history of the Glens in the town's 18thC courthouse. Exhibits include the Glen Taisie banner of the first Feis na nGleann (1904).

Ballymoney Museum - more info »

Ballymoney Town Hall, 1 Townhead Street, Ballymoney, , BT53 6BE
Ballmoney Museum reflects the fascinating history of the region, with artefacts ranging from archaeological finds to unique relics of the United Irish Rebellion in 1798.

Barrontop Farm - more info »

35 Barron Road Donemana, Strabane, , BT82 0JD
Barrontop is the perfect day out for all ages. With a large range of animals (including some more exotic), adventure playground, indoor heated soft play area, a bouncy castle and cart rides.

Belfast Botanic Gardens - more info »

Stranmillis Road, Belfast, , BT7 1LP
The rose garden and herbaceous borders were established in 1920. The Curvilinear Palm House of 1839, one of the earliest of its type, holds a collection of tropical plants.

Belfast City Hall - more info »

Donegall Square, Belfast, , BT1 5GS
Built in Portland stone, completed in 1906. Fine interior.

Belfast Zoo - more info »

Antrim Road, Belfast, , BT36 7PN
Set in a picturesque mountain park above the city. Underwater viewing of sea lions and penguins. Also gorillas, red pandas, spectacled bears, rare tamarins and marmosets.

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Altmore Open Farm
32 Altmore Road

BT70 2UN
(028) 8775 8977
An Creagan Visitor Centre

BT79 9AF
(028) 8076 1112
Andrew Jackson Centre
2 Boneybefore

BT38 7EQ
028) 9335 8049
Annalong Corn Mill
Marine Park

BT34 4RH
(028) 4376 8736
Antrim Castle Gardens and Clotworthy House
Randalstown Road

BT41 4LH
02894 481338
Antrim Round Tower
Steeple Park

BT41 1BJ
028 9442 8331
Port Stewart

BT55 7BE
028 7083 2584
Aras an Chairdineil O Fiaich
Slatequarry Road Cullyhanna

BT35 0JH
(028) 3086 8757
Ardress House and Farmyard - National Trust
Ardress Road

BT62 1SQ
028 8778 4753
Ark Open Farm
296 Bangor Road

BT23 7PH
(028) 9182 0445
Armagh County Museum
The Mall East

BT61 9BE
(028) 3752 3070
Armagh Observatory Grounds
College Hill

BT61 9DF
(028) 3752 2928
Armagh Plantarium
College Hill

BT61 9DB
(028) 3752 3689
Arthur Ancestral Home
Arthur Cottage, Dreen Road

BT42 1AB
(028) 2563 8494
Ballycastle Museum
59 Castle Street

BT54 6AS
(028) 2076 2024
Ballymoney Museum
Ballymoney Town Hall, 1 Townhead Street

BT53 6BE
(028) 2766 0230
Barrontop Farm
35 Barron Road Donemana

BT82 0JD
(028) 7139 8649
Belfast Botanic Gardens
Stranmillis Road

028 9031 4762
Belfast City Hall
Donegall Square

(028) 9027 0456
Belfast Zoo
Antrim Road

BT36 7PN
(028) 9077 6277

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