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The Somme Heritage Centre explores Ireland's role in World War I..
The Somme Heritage Centre explores Ireland's role in World War I.
233 Bangor Rd, Newtownards, County Down BT23 7PH, United Kingdom
+44 28 9182 3202
The Scrabo Tower was built in 1857 atop Scrabo Hill as a memorial to Charles William Stewart, 3rd Marquess of Londonderry, Lieutenant Colonel of the Light Dragoons and the Duke of Wellington's Adjutant General in the Napoleonic Wars
The Ulster Folk Museum presents the traditional Irish lifestyle and culture, through the recreation of early 20th century town with homes, shops, workplaces, tea-room, churches and schools
The Stormont Parliament Buildings are the seat of the Northern Ireland Assembly
The Railway Preservation Society of Ireland (RPSI) stores all the locomotives and carriages of its Northern Ireland collection at the Whitehead Excursion Station
The Gobbins is a 2 mile long cliff path on the Causeway Coastal Route at Islandmagee peninsula, running through bridges, narrow walkways, steps, a 22metre tunnel, and past caves
The shipyard of Harland and Wollfe, which built the Titanic, has 2 cranes that stand out in the Belfast skyline - the 96 metre tall Goliath built in 1969, and the 106 metre tall Samson built in 1974