Titanic Pump House & DockBelfast.
The dry-dock where RMS Titanic was fitted out including the Pump-House that still contains the pumps that operated the dock. This dry-dock is Titanic's physical foot print and is a direct connection to the world's most famous ship. Booking is essential.
Sinclair Seaman's Presbyterian ChurchBelfast.
Built in 1856 as memorial to John Sinclair, the
church is L shaped having seats for 50 sailors.
It has bell tower with arch over to church.
HMS Hood bell.
Dan Winters House Loughgall, County Armagh.
The original Winter ancestral home from
1665. Recorded as place where the decision to
form The Orange Order was made. Restored
in 2000 using mud brick and wheat straw to
thatch over original timbers. Original artifacts
on display including vintage machinery.
Refreshments available. Tours available on
The RegistryArmagh, County Armagh.
Built in 1772, the former Armagh Diocesan
Registry was restored in 2011, incorporating
many of its original features. It displays
historic examples of diocesan records, and
collections and curiosities from Amagh
Public Library, with interactive displays
Lissan HouseCookstown, County Tyrone.
An enchanting country residence set within a
250 acre demesne. The house boasts modern
interactive exhibits and original furnishings,
combining to take visitors on a unique journey
through the history of the estate and the
Staples family characters who have shaped it.
Holy Hill HouseStrabane, County Tyrone.
Impressive Georgian house dating from about
1670 set in beautiful mature grounds. Home
of the Sinclair family for 250 years. King
James' troops came to burn it down after the
seige of Derry. Holy Hill has a fine interior
Donaghadee Lighthouse & Pier Donaghadee, County Down.
A walking tour will transport you back into
Donaghadee of yesteryear. Learn of the
influence of the Montgomery family in the
establishment of the harbour and its further
re-development to create the principal
passenger port in Northern Ireland.
First Presbyterian Non Subscribing ChurchDownpatrick, County Down.
Large T shaped meeting-house opened in
1711 with four galleries including one so called
'Squires Gallery' and one gallery approached
from an external staircase. High central pulpit
built for the Rev Thomas Nevin in 1711.
One of Downpatrick's architectural gems.
St. Patrick's Holy WellBelcoo, County Fermanagh.
The well is extensive, measuring about one
thousand square feet. There are two outlets
with an estimated yield of water of 600
gallons per minute. Pilgrimages take place
but today the view will be from behind
protective fencing. Local history will
Masonic HallEnniskillen, County Fermanagh.
Constructed in 1932 to the designs of
Benjamin Cowser and John MacGeagh,
this carefully crafted masonic hall is one of
the finest in Northern Ireland. It enjoys a
prominent position at the junction of Dublin
Road and Tempo Road.
Ashbrook HouseDerry, County Londonderry.
Ashbrook is unique in that it has been
continuously lived in by the same family since
before the plantation. The house and family
have strong historic links with the City of
St. Eugenes CathedralDerry, County Londonderry.
Built to the designs of JJ McCarthy in 1873 in
a sparse Gothic style. The six-bay nave arcades
are supported on octagonal shafts, with a
clerestory, aisles and a short chancel flanked by
north and south side chapels.
Origami HouseKells, County Antrim.
As seen on BBC House of the Year.
Extraordinary contemporary white and glass
house, designed by award winning Architect
Jane Burnside. The Origami House is set in
beautiful landscaped gardens on the edge
of the Glens of Antrim.
Ballealy CottageRandalstown, County Antrim.
Located in a woodland setting, this cottage
has a romantic fairytale appearance with
irregular gables and an ornate bargeboard of
trefoils and horned curls. It is believed to be a
model of the forest ranger's lodge at Windsor