Slievemore

The mountain of Slievemore is nearby the town of Keel, and also the main summit visible from Dugort. Its elevation is 671 metres. Positioned on the lower slopes of Slievemore is an interesting deserted village. […]

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Glenarm

The 17th century village of Glenarm is the southernmost of the famous nine Glens of Antrim, and is registered as a conservation area for its distinctive style. The Glenarm Castle and its Barbican Gate are worthy of a viewing. […]

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Titanic Belfast

Titanic Belfast, located at the heart of Titanic Quarter – only a short walk from Belfast’s city centre, is not only an architectural triumph for the city, but it houses the world’s largest Titanic visitor experience. Winner of the World’s Leading Visitor Attraction (World Travel Awards, 2016). […]

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Belfast Botanic Gardens

Botanic Gardens was established in 1828 by the Belfast Botanic and Horticultural Society, in response to public interest in horticulture and botany. Originally known as the Belfast Botanic Garden, the site contained exotic tree species and impressive plant collections from the southern hemisphere, many of which can still be seen in the park. […]

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Ulster Folk and Transport Museum

A museum of international renown, the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum is regarded as being amongst the best of its kind in the world. Set in over 170 acres of rolling landscape overlooking Belfast Lough, visitors can wander through the past and discover how people lived and travelled over the centuries. […]

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