At Hughes we understand that we can all get a little caught up in our day-to-day life’s journeys. Our aim is to provide quality, reliable and local insurance giving you the peace of mind to get back to spending quality time with those who matter the most. January can be a long month, so check out our top free things to do in Northern Ireland, for undiscovered adventures and time well spent creating those little moments.
Here for discovery
Whether you are into dinosaurs or modern art there is something for everyone at the Ulster Museum with in Botanic Gardens, Belfast. A free and fun attraction that will keep the whole family entertained for the day.
Here for keeping the kids entertained
Go outdoors this weekend a immerse yourself in legend and folkore at Armagh’s premier outdoor attraction – the Giants Lair Adventure playpark. After playtime make sure to take a walk the stunning Slieve Gullion Forest Park. A day to be enjoyed by all.
Here for the thrill seekers
Make the most of Northern Irelands epic coastal waters and enjoy at day of surfing at Castlerock Beach, Co. Antrim, one of Northern Irelands hidden gems set and home to some of Irelands oldest stand dunes. One of our fav top secret places in Northern Ireland.
Here for the history (HP)
Fancy taking in a bit of culture, check out Derry~Londonderry the Walled City, for free. Immerse yourself in local history whilst taking in fabulous views of the city. A stroll along the peace bridge is also a must do.
Here for the treasure hunters (EN)
For a top free thing to do in Northern Ireland visit Sheelin Lace Shop in the Fermanagh village of Bellanaleck, a lovely way to relax and enjoy a weekend well spent finding trinkets and treasures. This small museum showcases spectacular lace pieces, but this is also a magical emporium of antique wedding dresses, shawls, christening gowns, 1920s dresses, vintage jewellery and more.
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