In the heart of Northern Ireland, County Armagh is an interesting region with a chequered history. County Armagh has a few different nicknames including being the ‘spiritual capital’ and the ‘Orchard County’.
Armagh city itself is interesting and diverse with St Patrick’s Anglican cathedral as well as St Patrick’s Roman Catholic Cathedral. In Armagh you can also stargaze at the Planetarium or bask in the architecture of the Georgian Mall.
Beyond the city, the County of Armagh has the popular Lough Neagh Discovery Centre and the Oxford Island Nature Reserve as well as the Navan Centre which brings Celtic history to life.