County Armagh

Armagh City

County Armagh

The spiritual capital of Ireland for 1,500 years and the seat of both Protestant and Catholic archbishops, County Armagh is one of the most holy of Irish cities. We must caution travel there, however, because of ongoing problems.

St Patrick called Armagh, "my sweet hill," and built his stone church on the hill where the Anglican cathedral now stands".

It is believed that in AD 445 St. Patrick founded his church on the Site of the present-day Church of Ireland Cathedral. Attractions in Armagh

Palace Stables Heritage Centre - The Palace Stables Heritage Centre, set in the beautiful estate of an 18th century palace, provides a unique insight into the history of Georgian Armagh.

Saint Patrick's Trian Visitor Complex is an exciting visitor complex located in the heart of Armagh City.

Armagh Planetarium - Science centre featuring a portable inflatable planetarium. Shows available for children and adults.

Armagh County Museum - Experience a flavour of the orchard county, with a range of changing exhibitions throughout the year.

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