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Our Place in Space

Ulster Folk Museum 53 Bangor Road, Cultra, Holywood

The final destination of our UK tour will begin at Ulster Transport Museum, Cultra, where you can follow the trail onto a newly installed pathway opening onto the North Down Coastal Path and stretching through Crawfordsburn Country Park, finishing at Bangor Pier. When: Fri 24 Feb - Sun 26 Mar

Armagh’s ‘Home of St Patrick’ Festival Returns

Armagh, the real home of St Patrick, announces eight-day programme of events. Armagh City, the home of St Patrick, is celebrating his life and legacy as part of an eight-day festival of events that gets underway on Saturday 11 March. Held in the ecclesiastical capital, this year’s cultural offering combines

Cinemagic ‘On the Pulse’

‘On The Pulse’ Short Film Festival presented by Cinemagic returns for its fifth edition in March 2023. ‘On the Pulse’ presents an exciting programme of film screenings, education events, talks and workshops centred on the short film genre. Each year the programme offers a contemporary season of the very best

Spring Carnival

Winter has faded into the light and we’re celebrating the arrival of Spring in all its colourful splendour with a magical programme of music, dance, food and folklore. When: Fri 17 Mar Where: City of Derry/L' Derry Cost: Various Time: Various Visit the event website here:

St Patrick’s Day at Slemish

Celebrate St Patrick’s Day and take part in the annual trek up Slemish to enjoy the spectacular views. The walk to the summit and back is 1.5km and takes approximately one hour in good weather. Park and Ride at Silverwood: There is no permitted parking within 2 miles of the

St Patrick’s Day at Slemish

Slemish Mountain Ballymena

Take part in the annual trek up Slemish to enjoy the spectacular views. The walk to the summit and back is 1.5km and takes approximately one hour in good weather. Park and Ride at Silverwood: There is no permitted parking within 2 miles of the Slemish site so please use


Astronaut George

Armagh Planetarium College Hill, Armagh

Astronaut George is a perfect introduction to the planets in the Solar System for pre-school kids. During this full-dome show George investigates the best planet to live on and the dangers lurking on the surface of other planets in our Solar System. But will he find any alien friends to


Playful Museum

NI War Memorial 21 Talbot St, Belfast

Proud to be a Playful Museum, NI War Memorial museum offer fun and engaging learning experiences for under 5's. Have fun and learn about rationing and wartime farming with Jeannie the Hen through storytelling, music, and movement. The museum's Early Years resources have been created for children aged 2-5 and


St Patrick’s Day: Ulster Folk Museum

Ulster Folk Museum 53 Bangor Road, Cultra, Holywood

On 17th March, Ulster Folk Museum will be celebrating St Patrick's Day with a whole host of traditional music and festivities! Try your hand at St. Patrick's day crafts, taste freshly made champ and bring home a shamrock to remember the patron saint. There will be traditional music playing throughout

Climate Change Walk and Talk

Portstewart Strand 118 Strand Road, Portstewart

The natural world is in trouble and we all have a part to play, come and join the National Trust team for a walk and talk on how you can help heal the climate harm. Join the team on an informal talk about climate change on Portstewart Strand. The talk

Bronze Age for Kids

Killykeeghan National Nature Reserve Marble Arch Caves, 43 Marlbank Road, Florencecourt, Florencecourt

Join Event Guide Ian who will show what life in Bronze Age Ireland would have looked and felt like through the eyes of a typical bronze age family. A very different life in a very different time, approximately 2,500 to 3,000 years ago! Ian will demonstrate first hand how an 

St Patrick’s Day Celebrations – Omagh

‘Connect, Create and Celebrate’ as the St Patrick’s Day festival is set to return to Omagh town centre. Delivered by Dún Uladh Cultural Heritage Centre, the exciting event on Friday, March 17 from 12pm to 4pm, will feature everything from fantastic music, to dance, drama, amusements, and family entertainment. The

St Patrick’s Day Downpatrick

In Downpatrick, the celebrations will commence at 12noon.  Residents are asked to come along to St Patrick’s Square to enjoy an array of free activities including face painting, walkabout characters, arts and crafts, balloon modelling and live performances.  Performing on stage will be the unique String Ninjas, popular tribute act,

St Patrick’s Day Newry

In Newry, Hill Street will once again be a hive of entertainment on St Patrick’s Day. From 12noon there will be a wide range of fun activities for the whole family in Marcus Square and Margaret Square and music lovers will be treated to live performances from pop duo, Paper

Enniskillen St Patrick’s Day 2023

Enjoy the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in the beautiful town of Enniskillen in Fermanagh. The Parade takes place on Friday 17th March, at 1.30 pm. Live Music will also take place at The Diamond from 3.30 – 4.30 pm – Parade Snakes Its Way Around Ireland’s Only Island Town. When:

Warrenpoint St Patrick’s Day Carnival & Community Parade 2023

Warrenpoint St. Patrick’s Day Carnival & Community Parade returns for 2023 Face painters | Jumping Clay | Arts & crafts | Balloon modelling | Music | Tea & coffee | Parade & great craic... FREE for all of the community When: Fri 17 Mar Where: The Square, Warrenpoint Cost: Free