The Argory

Daffodils at the East Apron
The Argory

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The Argory

Things to see and do

Go Walking at The Argory

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History

The Drawing Room at The Argory, County Armagh

Inside The Argory 

Designed in approximately 1819, started in 1820 and finished about 1824, The Argory came into existence due to a quirky stipulation in a will. Designed by brothers Arthur and John Williamson of Dublin, it has been the home of the last of four generations of the MacGeough Bond family. From a rosewood piano to contemporary art, discover the hidden gems and highlights of The Argory as you step inside this intimate and atmospheric Irish gentry home.

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Our work

See our conservation work

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Wildlife

Spot a Kingfisher at The Argory

A flash of kingfisher blue 

Pack the binoculars and a camera and take a stroll down to the Blackwater River at The Argory. The kingfisher always excites those lucky enough to see it.

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Get involved

Supporting The Argory

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Art and collections

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at The Argory on the National Trust Collections website