Culture Night Armagh – 20th September

Culture Night will take place on Friday September 20th 2013, a night of entertainment, discovery and adventure in Armagh and across 30 towns, cities and counties in Ireland. Arts and cultural organisations open their doors until late with hundreds of free events, tours, talks and...
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European Heritage Open Days – 14th & 15th September

European Heritage Open Days will take place on Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th September. During the weekend, many of Armagh’s historic and fascinating buildings will open their doors and allow free access to visitors. Among those participating are Armagh Public Library which...
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Caledon welcomes Royal Visitors

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall have visited the County Tyrone village of Caledon on the second day of public engagements in Northern Ireland. The village was once home to a thriving mill industry and the couple visited the recently refurbished Mill Street...
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Caledon Beam Engine – Engine House

There are only about eight beam engines in Ireland, and this one is the only one which has a housed engine, making it a very important piece of industrial archaeology. The Beam Engine is the only relic remaining of Caledon’s once famous mill industry, which produced quality...
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Dyan Corn Mill And Cottages

This interesting complex of buildings includes a mill, corn store and two recently restored cottages. Built 1829 on the Earl of Caledon’s estate, the survival of architecture and early technology on this scale makes it a site of historic importance. Listed building.
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Caledon Conservation Area

Walks through the historic village of Caledon, a designated conservation area, will highlight the important buildings. The Caledon Regeneration Pertnership will show the progress to date and plans for the future of Caledon.
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The Palace Demesne Public Park

Situated within walking distance of the City Centre, for over two hundred years the undulating parkland of the Palace Demesne has been one of the glories of Armagh.  The Demesne, comprising some 300 acres, is the creation of Archbishop Richard Robinson.  The Palace was the...
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