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Cheap & Free Days Out - Northern Ireland

Looking to explore the UK? Then check out our directory of Cheap & Free Days Out for you, your friends and your family. Some places don't charge an entry fee so all you need to worry is what you’re packing in your picnic!

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Antrim Round Tower, County Antrim

The tower was built around the 10th century as a bell-tower for protection from raiders. It is 28 metres tall and is one of the finest of its kind in Ireland.

 

Concessions: Free entry

Armagh County Museum

Why not head to the oldest county museum in Ireland set in Armargh's beautiful Georgian tree lined Mall. You can learn about the people who worked, lived and had...

Concessions: Free entry

Belfast Castle

Why not head to the newly refurbished Cave Hill visitor centre with new displays to provide insight into the past and a flavour of the present. It is situated on the...

Concessions: Free entry

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Belfast Cathedral

The Cathedral is open from 10.00am to 4.00pm on weekdays as well as for a short period before and after services on Sundays. There is also a photo gallery in order to...

Concessions: Free entry

Dundrum Castle

Dundrum Castle is one of the finest Normal castles in Northern Ireland offering views to the sea and Mourne Mountains. Built in 1177 by John de Courcey it was later...

 

Concessions: Free entry

Lagan Valley Regional Park

With 13 miles of a mixture of public parks, picnic areas, wetlands, canal towpaths, woodlands and wildlife sanctuaries this beautiful regional park would make a lovely...

 

Concessions: Free entry

Malone House, Belfast

Malone House gives spectacular views over the beautiful Lagan Valley Regional Park. It is an elegant late Georgian mansion set amongst rolling meadows and parkland.

 

Concessions: Free entry

Peatlands Park, Dungannon

Look out for interpretative displays on the natural and human history of the peat bogs. The park is rich in insects and wildlife.

 

Concessions: Free entry

Stricklands Glen, Bangor

Take a lovely walk through a wooded glen which follows the Bryands Burn, a stream that runs from Connor Park into Smelt Mill Bay. There are enchanting walks to take...

Concessions: Free entry

Ulster Museum

After a 3 year £17million redevelopment project the Ulster Museum has reopened. The Museum has collections devoted to a number of subjects, from Archaeology to...

Concessions: Free entry

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