This place is steeped in the history of Ireland / Ulster. One of the most important figures in Protestant culture is King William of Orange or King Billy as he is fondly remembered by the Protestants. He landed here before travelling south to defeat the Catholic King James at the Battle of the Boyne river in 1690 then seized the throne of England. With that sort of historical significance you would think more would be made of it but it is a bit desolate with its unconvincing mannequins dotted around the place and little to tell the visitor of its history. That said, it is worth a visit although it is not terribly disabled friendly.
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