Description

Armagh – a city that has a unique sense of place with a significance and influence felt across the island for 6500 years and at the heart of celebrating the life of Saint Patrick, with the new Saint Patricks Way: The Pilgrim’s Walk.

Attractions include the historic Navan Fort, two Saint Patrick’s Cathedrals, Ireland’s only Planetarium, Irish Fusiliers Museum, Armagh County Museum, No 5 Vicar’s Hill, Cardinal O’Fiaich Memorial Library & Archive, Milford House Collection, Armagh Robinson Library, Georgian architecture and the amazing green space of the Mall.
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Armagh Visitor Information Centre
40 English Street,
Armagh.
BT61 7PA

Top Reasons To Visit

  • Explore the Navan Centre & Fort and ancient Armagh
  • Armagh has two beautiful Cathedrals steeped in history
  • Visit Armagh Planetarium great for all the family to enjoy
  • Join an Armagh City Walking Tour
  • The Market Place theatre has a full programme of events

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