Top Reasons to Go
The Giant's Causeway: This spectacular remnant of Ireland's volcanic period steals you away from the 21st century and transports you to a time when the giant Finn MacCool roamed the land.
Nine Glens of Antrim: Fabled haunt of "the wee folk," the glacier-carved valleys have a beauty that has become synonymous with Irishness. Don't miss Glenariff, dubbed "Little Switzerland" by Thackeray.
The Dark Hedges: An atmospheric road tunnel of 250-year-old beech trees near Ballymoney in North Antrim that is attracting thousands of fans of the TV series Game of Thrones.
Ulster-American Folk Park: A tale of two countries joined by a common people is told at this museum, which re-creates a 19th-century Tyrone village and boasts the Mellon Centre for Migration Studies.