Sloan’s House Museum
Sloan’s House is a site of iconic significance in the history of the formation and heritage of the Orange Order. Following the Battle of the Diamond in 1795, the Orange Order was founded at a meeting held in James Sloan’s House. This is an opportunity to experience the early days of the Institution with an exhibition telling its story along with a replica parlour scene giving visitors a glimpse into that time.
Loughgall Country Park
Loughgall Country Park is a rural haven of relaxation and recreation. A diverse spectrum of activities ranging from golf to walking, fishing to tennis make this spacious complex a mecca for families, sports enthusiasts and those merely in search of a helping of tranquility.
Peatlands Park, close to the southern shores of Lough Neagh, was the first of its type in the British Isles and was specifically established to promote and facilitate peatland awareness and issues.
17th-century house with elegant 18th-century decoration and a traditional farmyard.
Atmospheric Irish gentry house and wooded riverside estateBuilt in the 1820s, this handsome Irish gentry house is surrounded by its 130-hectare (320-acre) wooded riverside estate.
A city and area that has a unique sense of place in Ireland with a significance and influence felt across the island for 6500 years. We are at the heart of celebrating the life of Saint Patrick and a major destination on the Saint Patrick’s trail.
Tayto Factory, Tandragee
Visitors will get the opportunity to experience the full magic of Tayto, will get to see how our fantastic crisps and snacks are made and even meet Mr Tayto our brand mascot.
Apple Blossom Tours (May)
Prepare to have your breath taken away in rural Armagh during the apple blossom season, when the delicate flowers of ancient, knarled trees burst into numerous shades of pink.
Linen Green, Dungannon
The Linen Green is an exciting complex situated in Moygashel just outside Dungannon. People visit the Linen Green for many reasons. Some seek traditional linen gifts. Some visit for the range of high quality shopping that simply isn’t found on the High Street.
Portadown Town Centre
The Portadown of today boasts one of the Province’s most thriving shopping centres. The modern town centre and three shopping centres of Meadows, High Street Mall and Magowan West combine multi-national retailers with a wonderful mix of independent outlets, catering for everything from antiques and crafts to high fashion and household goods. In total, the town boasts over 300 retail outlets, including a plethora of coffee shops, bistros and restaurants. The town centre is situated just 5 minutes off the main motorway, with the railway station right in the heart of the town.
Rushmere Shopping Centre
Over 65+ big name stores for you to chose from. Shop til you drop, taking in our extensive range of big brands, combining the high streets hottest and exclusive boutique-buys.