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Local Attractions in Northern Ireland

Located in the northeast coast of Northern Ireland, these 40,000 interlocking basalt columns were created by a violent volcanic eruption around 60 million years ago. The Giants Causeway is the only World Heritage Site in Northern Ireland.

The Waterfall Walkway of Glenariff Forest Park takes you on a three mile journey through the forest gorge, weaving through enchanting waterfalls on a wooden boardwalk.

Enjoy the magnificent scenery of the Sperrin's, with a drive or trek through Gortin Glen Forest Park.

On the north bank of the River Quoile lies the ruins of a large monastery dating back to 1177.

A seven mile drive through Lough Navar forest will take you to a scenic viewpoint at the top of the Magho cliffs with panoramic views over Lower Lough Erne.

Visit one of Europe's finest showcaves. Explore the beautifully lit chambers and ancient stalactites along a guided tour through fascinating passages, waterfalls and underground rivers.

Early 17th century castle ruins situated just a short drive from Enniskillen. The Castle is always open and FREE to explore.

The beautiful 18th century Mount Stewart House and Gardens is located on the eastern shore of Strangford Lough.

This 6km sandy beach is backed by impressive sand dunes and offers beautiful views south over the Mourne mountains.

This temple was built in 1785 as a summer library for the Bishop of Derry. Its architecture was inspired by the Temple of Vesta in Tivoli, Italy, and is dedicated to the memory of the Bishops cousin Frideswide Mussenden.

Visit the fascinating Nendrum Monastery, found on the beautiful Mahee Island on Strangford Lough.

One of Northern Irelands most popular seaside holiday resorts situated at the foot of the Mourne mountains.

Enjoy a day at Oxford Island Nature Reserve. Explore the walking trails along the shoreline, across the meadows and through the woodland.

Hop on the ferry and visit the largest island on Lough Neagh.

Take the ferry from Ballycastle over to Irelands only inhabited off shore Island. Rathlin is home to Northern Irelands largest sea bird colony. Species include, Puffin, Gannet and Guillemot.

Built in 1857, Standing 125ft high and 540 ft above sea level, Scrabo Tower can be seen from most parts of North Down.

Get up close, interact and hand feed many of the friendly animals at the Ark Open Farm. A wonderful day out for the whole family.

The Mourne Mountains attract Hillwalkers, Rock-Climbers and Cyclists who enjoy the network of trails and paths connecting the peaks.

Visit the old walled city of Derry, voted UK City of Culture 2013, great for shopping, sightseeing and eating out.

This spectacular museum boasts interpretative and interactive galleries, which tell you the full story of the world's most famous ship, the RMS Titanic.

Enjoy a walk alongside the Shimna River, through the picturesque forest of Tollymore situated at the foothills of the Mourne Mountains.

A headland streaching out to the Irish Sea, offering fantastic views of Antrim's dramatic coastline.

Enjoy a walk through a tropical jungle with hundreds of free flying exotic Butterflies, displaying an aray beautiful colours and designs.

Telling the story of Irish emigration to the USA. A Museum that brings history to life.

Depicting Irish living 100 years ago, this living museum offers guests the opportunity to step back in time as they walk through a traditional town square and countryside with .

Explore thousands of years of history at the Ulster Museum in Belfast City.

Beautiful white sandy beach between Portbraddan and Ballintoy Harbour.

Smooth Sand with clear waters, dunes & white cliffs, make this one of Ireland’s best beaches.

Visit the World of Owls, Northern Ireland's premier Owl, Bird of Prey and exotic animal conservation centre located in the beautiful Randalstown Forest.

Take a leisurely stroll around this beautiful setting on the banks of the river. Visit stunning features such as the refurbished Clotworthy House, Yew Tree Pond and the large Parterre.

Collections capturing centuries of stories from this historic county. FREE Admission.

Learn about the Universe & Space Programme at Armagh Planetarium.

Belfast City Hall is located in Donegall Square in the heart of the city. Free public guided tours are available Monday to Saturday.

Enjoy a family fun day at Belfast Zoo, home to over 150 species, including Elephants, Giraffes, Lions and Bears.

A historic country estate surrounded by woodlands and wildlife on the edge of the Clogher Valley and Fermanagh's Lakelands.

Home to the Palm House and the Tropical Ravine, the Botanic Gardens in Belfast showcase exotic plants and beautiful seasonal hanging baskets. Perfect to take a break from the city and enjoy a peaceful walk through it's flowering gardens.

Visit the oldest working whiskey distillery in Ireland with a guided tour lasting approximately 45 minutes.

Located on the Antrim Coast this 191 hectare country park is packed with activities and beautiful parkland to explore.

First built in the 1960's by fishermen to access the Island, the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge has grown into a top tourist attraction in Northern Ireland.

A glorious Norman Castle built in 1177 on the shores of Belfast Lough. Guided tours are available daily.

An 18th century neo-classical mansion nestled within a 1200 acre woodland. Now managed by the National Trust you can explore the House and Gardens.

The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust Castle Espie Wetland Centre is a fantastic family day out. Home to the largest collection of ducks, geese and swans in the country, many of whom will nibble grain directly from your hand.

18th century mansion owned by the National Trust, near the village of Strangford. The house and landscaped gardens are open to the public.

A fun filled family day out at Clementsmount Fun Farm with plenty of animals and activities including human hamster balls, jumping pillow, barrel train rides, petting barn, pony rides and much much more.

Victorian Castle built in 1820 on the shores of Upper Lough Erne in County Fermanagh.

Take a ferry to Devenish Island and visit the ruins of a monastic site which dates back to the 6th century.

Enjoy the splendour of this 18th century castle,with public access to its 22 acre gardens.

Now a ruined medieval castle, Dunluce Castle dates back to the 13th Century. Perched on the cliff top, Dunluce has lost entire rooms due to erosion to the cliff below. The Castle is in the care of the NIEA and is open daily to the public.

Enniskillen Castle was built in the 16th century and is now home to the Fermanagh County Museum.

The Northern Ireland Aquarium is situated on the shores of Strangford Lough in the town of Portaferry. Learn about the Islands indigenous marine life with Exploris' interactive discovery pools.