The Argory is a handsome Irish gentry house, dating from the 1800s, is a Neo- classical masterpiece.
Local guides provide informative and entertaining tours highlighting stories about the MacGeough Bond family and the wonderful house collections including the Steinway piano and the barrel organ. Visitors are also invited to explore the wonderful surroundings such as the rose garden, pleasure grounds and riverside walks.
Relax in our Coffee Shop
The Courtyard Coffee Shop offers a range of hot and cold refreshments including homemade soup, scones and tray bakes, whilst the nearby gift shop offers a range of locally made crafts and souvenirs.
Perfect for groups
The sister property Ardress House is located just 10 minutes away and also proves a very enjoyable day out. Located in the heart of the apple orchard county, this charming 17th-century farmhouse provides groups with a wonderful opportunity to discover more about life and farming in the Georgian era.
Following an informative guided tour, take time to enjoy a dander along the Ladies Mile, or discover some traditional farming tools and equipment in the cobbled farmyard.
Please get in touch for more information - 028 8778 4753 or email us
Special discounted group rates - £4pp/National Trust members free
Dedicated coach welcome
Coach parking and drop off points
Guided house tours
Guided garden tours
Coffee shop offering hot and cold refreshments
Gift shop with local crafts, produce and souvenirs
Toilets and accessible facilities
Free admission and refreshment voucher for driver/guide
Take a look inside the house and make a note of what to look out for on your visit to The Argory. There's something to spot on every level, from costumes to organs and even a rosewood piano you can tinkle on yourself.
Join in with our essential work at The Argory and help conserve this beautiful and historic estate. We’ve got a number of new volunteering opportunities for 2017. Help us keep this place special for ever for everyone.