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With 15,000 people calling this place home, you're certain to make some new friends!
The national capital, Belfast, is 35 miles northeast of Armagh. Caledon lies 8 miles to the west.
Pack up your picnic basket with delicious treats and make your way to one of Armagh's urban parks for a pleasant day out. Journey to Loughgall Country Park, The Mall or Gosford Forest Park.
If you want to find out something new or just take five in the tranquil surrounds, head to the Armagh County Museum. Want more? The Royal Irish Fusiliers Museum and the Armagh Robinson Library are also highly recommended. Remember to ask the friendly staff about group tours.
The science nerds among us will be in their happy place at Armagh Observatory. Showcasing even more exciting innovations, the artefacts at Armagh Planetarium are bound to inspire your imagination.
Uncover the secrets of the city's past at the Navan Centre & Fort. Through stories, images and artefacts, the exhibition highlights the defining moments and events that have shaped the area over time.
Would you like to discover a few history-filled attractions? A visit to Ardress House and Keady Heritage Centre offer a fascinating glimpse into Armagh's heritage. Tassagh Viaduct and Servite Priory are two more must-visits.
Ready to take a spiritual journey? Explore some of the local beliefs, and perhaps even find the answers to your biggest questions, at St. Patrick's Cathedral and St. Malachy's Chapel. Many spiritually inquisitive visitors also put St. Malachy's Chapel on their must-see list.
Memorials play an essential role in preserving the history of a city. Of the symbolic spaces in Armagh, the Obelisk and Courthouse sit among the most significant.
The Market Place Theatre is one of Armagh's most popular venues, and should definitely be on your list if you're looking for top entertainment.
There's always more to see and experience. Why not swing by Moy Village?