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To uncover the myths and legends of Ulster you must visit Emain Macha located 2km from the city centre, it was the seat of the Royalty of this province, such was its grandeur and strategic importance that it featured in Ptolemy’s 2nd Century map of the world. Due to this reputation St Patrick, the patron Saint of Ireland was drawn here in the 5th Century, this was his base in Ireland and he established a monastic school. His legacy remains with two majestic Cathedrals, both bearing his name perched on the city skyline, the old Cathedral on Sally Hill, the new one on Sandy Hill. We call this the Home of St Patrick and celebrate his history in many unique ways over the month of March every year.

Why Visit Armagh City?

City of Seven Hills, Armagh is one of the oldest settlements in Ireland, the Spiritual capital of the island in the midst of the Orchard County. It is a gem of a city surrounded by lush green agricultural land, said to be amongst the richest and fertile ground in Ireland. The landscape abounds with trees, rivers, lakes and farms which can be viewed from the top of many of the hills known as Drumlins. It is a “must do” on any itinerary to Northern Ireland, a city tour that can easily be enjoyed on foot at a leisurely pace.

Unearthing Macha

For 7,500 years people have been drawn to Armagh. Tribes and druids, knights and kings, saints and scholars, innovators and creative talents, legendary names from Irish folklore and history.

Orchard Tours Armagh

What to expect from an Orchard Tour Armagh, cider tasting experience. Let us take you on a drive through the beautiful Drumlin landscape of Co Armagh. With acres of lush fertile countryside and the opportunity to meet local apple growers. Go on an Orchard Tour Armagh, with a tasting session included at the end.

Afternoon Tea Tours Armagh

This Afternoon Tea & Walking Tour is ideal for Armachians, tourists or visitors to Armagh City who would enjoy the experience of tasting local produce prepared by award winning chefs whose ethos is fresh flavoursome homemade cuisine.

Georgian Themed Walking Tours

The annual Georgian Festival at the end of November is one of the highlights of the annual calendar in Armagh City with various tours available. Armagh is one of the best examples of Irish Georgian Architecture in Ireland.

Our Tours

Come and enjoy our stories, savour true hospitality with a delicious meal or a glass of locally crafted cider or apple juice, rest assured you will make lasting memories in one of the oldest and friendliest cities in Ireland.

3 Hours

Walking tour of Armagh City

Light hearted narrative along the way providing an insight to local history & traditions

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3 Hours

Unearthing Macha

For 7,500 years people have been drawn to Armagh. Tribes and druids, knights and kings, saints and scholars, innovators and creative talents, legendary names from Irish folklore and history.

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3 Hours

Orchard Tour Armagh

Go on an Orchard Tour Armagh, with a tasting session included at the end.

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3 Hours

Belfast City Walking Tour

You will be treated to an insight to the various districts of Belfast.

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2 Hours

Peace Walls Tour

Book your chance to visit the iconic Belfast Peace Walls while you can...

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3 Hours

Georgian Themed Walking Tours

The annual Georgian Festival at the end of November is one of the highlights of the annual calendar in Armagh City.

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4 Hours

Afternoon Tea & Walking Tour Armagh

Would you like to savour a delicious afternoon tea prepared by one of the top Head Chefs in Northern Ireland?

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4 Hours

Public Art Trail

Would you like to savour a delicious afternoon tea prepared by one of the top Head Chefs in Northern Ireland?

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4 Hours

Armagh City Brunch to Lunch

Enjoy the experience of tasting local produce prepared by award winning chefs

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4 Hours

Saint Patrick Themed Tour

Be captivated by stories of St Patrick, St Brigid and other well known Irish Saints.

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Local Landmarks

Step back in time to the Armagh from 1714 to 1830, Walk in the footsteps of the citizens who lived during this era - rich and poor

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