Northern Ireland

Truly breathtaking, from the legendary basalt columns of the Giant's Causeway to the haunting Fermanagh lakeland

Places to visit

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Mount Stewart lake

A landscape of colour in Northern Ireland 

There’s a palette of colours waiting to be uncovered across breath-taking landscapes at this time of year. Discover woodlands of golden leaves, meandering blue rivers and if you're lucky some red squirrels along the way.

Places to visit

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Upcoming events

Giant's Causeway

Free Community Open Day

Sat 01 Oct 2016
09:00-17:00
Visit for free today.
Florence Court

Red Squirrel Week

Sun 02 Oct 2016
14:00-16:00
The Fermanagh Red Squirrel Group will be at Florence Court to give you an insight into these special creatures and take us on a guided walk of the estate.
Mount Stewart

Monthly Birdwatching

Wed 05 Oct 2016
10:30-12:00
Mount Stewart and surrounds is an ornithologist's delight with a wide range of feathered friends calling it home throughout the year.
Mount Stewart

Muck in at Mount Stewart

Sat 15 Oct 2016
10:00-15:00
Mount Stewart is a really special place to visit for many families, but now we have a new way for your family to really help us look after this wonderful corner of County Down, all while having a great day learning, working and growing together.
Rowallane Garden

Ghosts and Gourds Weekend

Sat 22 Oct 2016
11:00-17:00
Come along to Rowallane Garden for a scary day out for all the family. The garden will come to life this Hallowe'en with scary face painting, ghost trails and pumpkin carving.
Giant's Causeway

Mexican Day of the Dead

Sat 29 Oct 2016
11:00-16:00
Join us for Hallowe'en festivities with a twist!
The Central Hall at Mount Stewart

Mount Stewart Conversations 

An unmissable weekend of debate, ideas, storytelling, art and music. See what you missed in 2016 at the inspiring, mind-expanding, one of a kind weekend at Mount Stewart.

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Mount Stewart garden secrets

Neil Porteous, Head of Gardens, reveals more about his favourite place

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