From left to right: Apple Blossom Orchard, St Patrick's Cathedral, Navan Fort, St Patrick's Trian Visitor Complex
In the historic City of Armagh, County Armagh, Northern Ireland lie some of Ireland’s most fascinating sights. The ancient capital of Ulster, Armagh is also known as the City of St. Patrick, and was the birthplace of Brian Boru as well as being the ecclesiastical capital of Ireland.
Modern Armagh City now offers the visitor a whole host of attractions from historical sites to contemporary and very lively pubs. Nestled in the heart of the Orchard County the city itself blossoms throughout the year and is packed full of National Trust Properties, kids’ attractions, museums and fun-filled cultural events.
One of Ireland’s oldest cities, Armagh has a rich and unique heritage, with wonderful archaeological sites reflecting over 6,500 years of the island’s history. A glorious place to discover, Armagh will delight and inspire visitors of all ages.