History & Heritage
List of Locations
Legend has it that there are 365 islands waiting to be explored at Clew Bay, giving visitors something for every day of the year.
Set foot on Ireland's largest island and drive the 40km Atlantic Drive, taking in some of the finest scenery in Ireland as you go.
Scale Connacht's second highest peak as you explore 'Wild Nephin'.
With over 6,000 years of history, Céide Fields is the most extensive Stone Age monument in the world.
Hill of Uisneach
Discover the ancient story of the mythical and sacred centre of Ireland.
Battle of The Boyne Site
Visit the site of one of Ireland's most significant wars and learn about the story of The Battle of The Boyne.
Discover a land older than Stonehenge and The Pyramids as you explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Newgrange.
With a spectacular gardens and amazing gallery of artwork, Beaulieu House is a must for art lovers.
From the unspoiled beauty of Carlingford Lough to the vibrant streets and nightlife, Carlingford is a town just waiting to be explored.
Take a trip down memory lane, and discover the workhouse generation of Ireland's past in Carrickmacross.
Cavan Burren Park
Take a journey back to Neolithic times at the spectacular Cavan Burren Park.
Climb the tower and kiss the famous Blarney Stone and receive the gift of eloquence.
Experience Ireland's oldest civic building, in the country's oldest city.
House of Waterford Crystal
Visit the home of the world famous Waterford Crystal by touring the factory and discovering their crystal production methods.
Dunbrody Famine Experience
Discover the story of The Great Famine and the struggles faced by our ancestors during this time.
Experience the worlds oldest intact lighthouse at Hook Peninsula.
The Kennedy Homestead
Discover the story and Irish roots of one of the world's most famous families, The Kennedy's.
Experience 200 years of Irish prison life in this interactive tour of Wicklow Gaol,
Powerscourt Estate & Gardens
The jewel in Wicklow's garden crown, explore the beauty of the Powerscourt Estate.
Explore the wonderful ancient monastic site of Glendalough.
Established in 1857 Belleek Pottery holds a very special place in the cultural and commercial heritage of County Fermanagh.
The Giants Causeway
One of Northern Ireland's most popular tourist attractions The Giant's Causeway is an area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic eruption.
Located on the tip of the Antrim coastline is Dunluce Castle.
When in Derry take a walk across the cities newly constructed Peace Bridge taking you across the River Foyle.
Rathlin Island is an island and civil parish off the coast of County Antrim and the northernmost point of Northern Ireland.
Mount Errigal, Donegal
Scale Donegal's highest peak and marvel at the spectacular panoramic views that await you.
Walls of Derry
A walk around the walls in Derry reveal a city crammed full of history, heritage, interest and a vibrant cultural scene.
Old Bushmills Distillery
Take a tour of Bushmills Irish Whiskey Distillery
The Dark Hedges
Visit The Dark Hedges one of the most photographed locations in Northern Ireland.
Glenarm Castle and Walled Garden
Take a walk around Glenarm Castle and its very own Walled Garden.
Visit the Ulster Museum covering new and old Irish History as well as Fine and Applied art.
Titanic Visitor Centre
Take in the full Titanic experience, explore the shipyard, walk the decks, travel to the depths of the ocean and uncover the true legend of Titanic.
Take a tour of the castle with interactive exhibitions making it fun and engaging for all.
The Irish National Famine Museum
Learn more of what is regarded as the biggest social disaster in Europe the Great Irish Famine.
Arigna Mining Experience
See how coal was extracted from the mine in County Roscommon Ireland.
Ireland's National Marian Shrine in Co Mayo, visited by over 1.5 million people each year, is the site of an Apparition of the Blessed Virgin Mary in 1879.
Headhunters Barber Shop & Railway Museum
A remarkable journey into the past bringing the golden age of the railway vividly to life.
Located just outside Enniskillen in the foothills of Cuilcagh Mountain.
Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark
Host to one of the finest show caves in Europe.
Ulster American Folk Park
Hear first hand the story of Irish emigration.
A complex of early Bronze Age megalithic features, stone circles and cairns.
Wellbrook Beetling Mill
The last working water-powered mill of its kind.
Pick up the St Patrick's Trail and explore some of the sites linked to the patron Saint of Ireland.
One of the finest Norman Castles in Northern Ireland.
Walk the Bogie line to the quarry like the men of Mourne and Newcastle did many times before.
With views over Newry and Mourne the climb to the top of Slieve Martin to the Cloughmore Stone is well worth it.
Explore the Mourne Mountains
Spend the day walking in the Mourne Mountains with the highest mountain in Northern Ireland Slieve Donard included in its range.
County Down Railway
Learn more about the rich heritage of County Down brought to life in fascinating exhibitions in the museum.
Ulster Folk & Transport Museum
Set in over 170 acres of rolling countryside, this outdoor museum tells the story of life in early 20th century Ulster.
The undulating maritime landscape of North Down has been watched over for more than a century by the Londonderry Monument, commonly known as Scrabo Tower.
Make a detour into Leitrim and marvel at the wonderful Glencar Waterfall.
Fanad Head Lighthouse
Discover over 200 years of Irish history at Fanad Head Lighthouse.
Grianán of Aileach
Take a step back in time to Grianán of Aileach and over 3,000 years of Irish history
Cycle through Ireland and you will be rewarded with incredible views of vast and varied landscapes.