St. Patrick’s Church of Ireland Cathedral was the saint's first church in Ireland. There is an unbroken line of bishops who have headed the cathedral since Saint Patrick in 445 AD. This is the burial
The Armagh Public Library houses a fascinating archive of old books, including Jonathan Swift's first edition of "Gulliver's Travels."
The Armagh County Museum is the oldest county museum in Ireland. It is set in Armagh’s beautiful Georgian tree lined Mall, located near the center of St Patrick's cathedral city.
Armagh Planetarium reopened in the summer of 2006 following a major refurbishment program. The Digital Theatre houses the world's most advanced digital projection system, Digistar 3.
Tayto Castle in the Ulster countryside is where the popular Tayto crisps are made. The castle is over 500 years old and was originally the home of the O’Hanlon clan, one of the mightiest and most pow
The Navan Centre and Fort is one of the Royal sites of Ireland. Navan Fort was home to the High Kings of Ulster in ancient times and was the reason for Saint Patrick’s selection of Armagh for his prin
St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Cathedral. Armagh is the only city in the world with two cathedrals dedicated to one saint, St. Patrick.
The Armagh Franciscan Friary was founded by Archbishop Patrick O’ Scannail in 1263/64. It had prominent patrons in the city and the Franciscans played an important part in the city’s religious life un
The Mall or Commons has been central to the leisure activities of Armagh’s citizens for over 200 years. Over the years the tree-lined promenade became an area for sports such as cricket, football and
Gosford Castle is situated in Gosford, a townland of Markethill, County Armagh, Northern Ireland, close to the border with County Down. Construction of the castle began in 1819 and finished in the 185
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