There’s always plenty to do in Belfast – but it’s also a great base for striking out into the surrounding region.
Armagh Guided Tours
Armagh Guided Tours was set up by Barbara Ferguson, a local person from the County of Armagh. They offer a range of different tours and are a fantastic way to experience Ireland and all of the history and culture it has to offer.
Armagh Planetarium offers a unique experience which is quite simply “out of this world”. In the amazing digital theatre you can relax and experience planet Earth and beyond; you can also explore the exhibition areas.
Blessingbourne Mountain Bike Trail
Blessingbourne Mountain Bike Trail is an exhilarating 13k trails and pump track provides one of Northern Ireland’s premier mountain biking experiences located within the grounds of the 550 acre Blessingbourne Estate.
For more than 800 years, Carrickfergus Castle has been an imposing monument on the Northern Ireland landscape. The castle now houses historical displays as well as cannons from the 17th to the 19th centuries.
Castle Coole is a magnificent 18th century mansion and landscape park. Experience the stately grandeur of this stunning Neo-classical mansion set in a beautiful wooded landscape park ideal for family walks.
Castle Espie Wetland Centre
At Castle Espie Wetland Centre you can get up close to Ireland’s largest collection of native and exotic wildlife whilst taking in stunning estuary views. The self-guided walking trials include the woodland walk and sustainability trail.
Castlewellan Forest Park
Castlewellan Forest Park is located in a dramatic setting of mountains and sea, this is one of the most outstanding tree and shrub collections in Europe. It is home to the the Peace Maze, one of the world’s largest hedge mazes.
Downhill Demesne and Hezlett House
Downhill Demesne and Hezlett House is a stunning landscape and beautiful gardens. Here you will find magnificent ruins, clifftop walks, affording rugged headland views across the awe-inspiring North Coast.
Florence Court is a beautiful 18th century house, the former home of the Earls of Enniskillen. Every aspect of life in this classical Irish house, with its fine interiors and decoration, are brought to life on fascinating guided tours.
Gortin Glen Forest Park
Gortin Glen Forest Park is six miles north of Omagh at the western gateway to the Sperrin mountains. A major recreational feature of the forest is the five mile long drive which offers some breathtaking views.
Marble Arch Caves
Visitors to the Marble Arch Caves can experience a fascinating natural underworld of rivers, waterfalls, winding passages and lofty chambers while stunningly beautiful cave formations glisten all around.
Navan Fort is a fantastic attraction offering the chance to discover the history and archaeology of the ancient Navan Fort. Visit an Iron Age dwelling and through living history discover and learn about a past life.
Walking the cliff path at The Gobbins will be an exhilarating adventure that will excite all the senses. A guide will escort you on a journey along the narrow winding cliff edge path which follows the curves of curious geology.
The Jungle NI
The Jungle NI is an innovative and award-winning outdoor adventure provider. The centre is home to Norther Ireland’s first and largest paint balling site and they offer the exhilarating highs and lows of zorbing.
The River Blackwater Canoe Trail
The River Blackwater Canoe Trail is an ideal venue providing a trail of 20km for canoeing enthusiasts of any ability. The river lazily meanders through the beautiful countryside, look out for all kinds of wildlife, including otters!
Todds Leap is a place where friends and family can come along and have a muddy good time. The centre features a purpose built off road course and an electrifying mix of fun filled unique adventure and team building activities.