Antrim is county located in the Northern part of Ireland. About a mile from it, the county takes you to the 10th century with some of the famous Irish round towers. Close to the towers, you can jump in time to the prehistoric ages with what’s known as “Witches’ Stone.” Antrim is also known for its notable castles including Antrim Castle, Shane’s Castle, Carrickfergus Castle, Red Bay Castle, and Glenarm Castle.

Clement Wilson Park, Newforge, Belfast, N.Ireland

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Clement Wilson Park in Newforge Belfast is an impressively popular park due to its location near the centre of Belfast. It is in a location called Stramills which is in the south of the city.


The Beautiful Castle Gardens Lisburn The 400-year-old Lisburn Castle Gardens is the most historically significant landscape in Lisburn. They are located on Castle Street, Lisburn, County Antrim. Long ago, this site held Lisburn Castle, which is a 17th century fortified manor house, built by the...

Cathedral Quarter & Custom House Square Belfast

Cathedral Quarter & Custom House Square Belfastvideo
The Cultural Hotspot of Belfast: Cathedral Quarter  Taking its name from St. Anne’s Cathedral, the Cathedral Quarter is home to a bustling culture and arts scene, cosy pubs, underground music venues and a host of contemporary restaurants.The Cathedral Quarter in Belfast is a developing area...

Lagan Valley Regional Park-Belfast

Lagan Valley Regional Park-Belfastvideo
Famous for its Lock Keeper's Cottage at Shaws Bridge, the Lagan Valley Regional Park is an excellent place to visit and get lost for a day ( in a good way! ). So much to see - it takes a few visits to really...

Belvoir Park Belfast – The Forest In The City

Belvoir Park Belfast - The Forest In The Cityvideo
Belvoir Park Belfast is located near the city of Belfast, the Belvoir Park Forest is rife with wildlife, including Large Bracket Fungi and flowering plants, such as the Giant Hogweed, as well as birds such as the Long-eared Owls, and mammals such as the red...

Botanic Gardens Belfast-Relaxing City Park Great For Walks

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Botanic Gardens Belfast Location Taking up 28 acres of south Belfast, Botanic Gardens are located on Stranmillis Road in Queen's Quarter, with Queen's University nearby. The Ulster Museum is also located at the Gardens main entrance. As with many parks in Belfast - it is open from...

Ormeau Park Belfast – An Excellent Park Opened in 1871

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Ormeau Park Belfast is located at BT7 3GG for those not local, everyone else knows where it is! It is one of the most famous parks in Belfast without doubt.There are numerous entries to the grounds - but the main one would be on the...

Peace Wall Belfast – The Most Popular Tourist Attraction in the City (FREE)

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Peace Wall Belfast - Derry - Portadown The Peace Walls are a series of barriers that were erected during the 1969 Northern Ireland riots and "The Troubles" to separate Catholic and Protestant neighbourhoods, which are still visible throughout Northern Ireland today. They are located throughout...

Bus Tour Belfast – The Best Way To See The City?

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Bus Tour Belfast - Visit All the Popular Attractions There are a few options for tours around Belfast City - from buses, taxis and or simply walking. We opted for Titanic City Tours for a 48 hour bus ticket to see what Belfast has to...

Belfast Christmas Market

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Christmas Magic at The Belfast Christmas Market The Belfast Christmas Market is a very popular event that takes place in the run up to Christmas in Belfast City Hall. Stalls from around Europe descend into the small grounds which can cram in thousands and thousands...