Things to do in Northern Ireland

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Things to Do in Northern Ireland

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  • Sárán Ó Machail
    Manchester, UK5 contributions
    A brilliant tour that I’d highly recommend to anyone visiting Belfast! It was a brilliant tour that was fascinating from start to finish! I would definitely do it again!
    Written 23 June 2022
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  • Steve bush
    Cincinnati, OH4 contributions
    Certainly one for the ages, like the Eiffel tower of the European islands, I haven’t stopped talking about seeing let the dance begin since returning to America majority of my friend’s and colleagues are planning a trip just for this attraction. The area around is so beautiful I took a walk down the branch road seems like a historical site would love to get some info on this. Let the dance begin and I haven’t stopped thank you so much
    Written 17 June 2022
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  • 105Mike105
    Fleet, UK19 contributions
    An circular continuous route offering views of Derry within and without. Visited using the excellent Derriedanders tours.
    Written 26 June 2022
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  • JesusFreakForever
    Indiana14 contributions
    The museum is well organized and very interesting. My husband and I highly recommend it. Don't miss it!
    Written 25 June 2022
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  • thrifty1977
    Newnan, GA34 contributions
    We had multiple folks tell us to skip the visitor's center because it was overpriced. We took their advice. We walked down to the Giant's Causeway and had such a great time exploring on the rocks. It's like a natural kids' playground! Such an impressive part of creation! We actually parked at Dunseverick Castle (free) and hiked along the coast to the Giant's Causeway. It's a stunningly beautiful 5-mile hike. Walking both directions took us 4-5 hours, with plenty of stops for photos and such. It was one of our favorite days of our time in Ireland visiting from the US.
    Written 26 June 2022
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  • JJJBrighton
    Brighton, UK101 contributions
    Fantastic visit to Florence Court. Very warm welcome from Anna and Oonagh who gave us some great tips. We opted to do the house tour and weren’t disappointed. Conor our young guide was really informative and had a great sense of humour and made the whole experience fun. Great refreshments from the tea room. Can recommend the shorter “Blue” walk.
    Written 4 June 2022
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  • Toni A
    Melbourne, FL121 contributions
    Such a beautiful place - sitting on the edge of a cliff overlooking the sea. The paved walkway from the parking lot down to the castle is a little steep. I use an electric scooter and had no difficulty. My husband paid his entry fee but they did not charge for me! They kindly opened the gate and I rode across the cobblestones and further down to the bridge across to enter the castle. Yes, it is a ruin, but oh so beautiful. The only difficulty would be for someone using a regular wheelchair - it would be hard on the inclines - down and back up!
    Written 28 April 2022
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  • J. Colburn
    Loma Linda, CA116 contributions
    We visited in May, and couldn't believe the display of rhododendrums. Never seen anything like it. They were lush, everywhere, and of every color. Amazing. All the walking trails were lovely, and several followed a river. Definitely a recommended stop between Dublin and Belfast, if you are there for the scenery.
    Written 8 June 2022
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  • Andrew McCandless
    16 contributions
    Well tended, the arches look great and it is lovely for a walk. Interesting plants and a basic cafe if you're hungry. Short walk to Castle Park and the museum.
    Written 13 April 2022
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  • Robert from Kent
    5 contributions
    If you can visit the Bogside Murals, the Bloody Sunday Memorial, Free Derry Corner and the other memorial sites in the Bogside before you visit the Museum this will add to the experience.
    The Museum is housed within stark concrete walls which adds to the oppression which the Catholic majority experienced for most of the 20th Century in Derry, and this Museum tells their tale in harsh, stark and unforgettable ways.
    The displays, descriptions and particularly the audio-visual left an impression which I hope will stay with me.
    I came out of the experience not only knowing a lot more but having so much empathy for the people who experienced such brutality at the hands of the State.
    Written 19 June 2022
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  • greenprincess222
    Pembrokeshire, UK472 contributions
    We enjoyed our time at the country park, the woodland area is not at all wheelchair accessible and is unsuitable for guests with limited mobility. Path along top of beach is hard standing and suitable or wheelchairs and guests with limited mobility.
    Written 27 May 2022
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  • Mike
    Glossop, UK317 contributions
    Interesting railway museum and cafe on the old excursion platform. Unfortunately the cafe wasn’t doing hot food when we visited.
    Written 26 June 2022
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  • Craiglourdes
    13 contributions
    Our tour guide Ken was friendly and knowledgeable a lot of information we learned ,when u enter the hanger 1st thing you will say is "Wow" its really amazing to see all these aircraft to be up close and get a chance to seat on the cockpit is a real treat experience, it's a none profit society free entrance and giving a donation is all worth it I would highly recommend. We all enjoyed it specially my 4yr old son the time we got home he still saying he enjoyed the aircraft and if we can see it everyday 😁🤩
    Written 18 June 2022
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  • Carol C
    Dublin, Ireland7 contributions
    The view and path way along the cliff to light house , weather was lovely that day, love to go again on
    Written 16 May 2022
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  • Angela Rawson
    Rotherham, UK6 contributions
    You cant go to Belfast without visiting the peace wall. Its a remarkable experience and very humbling to think the troubles were not that long ago and its reassuring to know things are so much better now thanks to the people on both sides.
    Written 21 June 2022
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