Skip to content
Northern Ireland

The Argory

Atmospheric Irish gentry house and wooded riverside estate

144 Derrycaw Road, Moy, Dungannon, County Armagh, BT71 6NA

A view of the exterior of The Argory in County Armagh

Planning your visit

Child Playing in Daffodil's

What's on at The Argory 

Find your next adventure here: Discover all the events and activities happening at The Argory.

The acetylene lights in Captain Shelton's Bedroom at The Argory, County Armagh

History of The Argory 

Discover the history of The Argory. Find out how a rare barrel organ survived a fire and stories from the family and servants discovered in a treasure trove of letters and photographs.

A visitor walks thier dog along a wet path

Visiting The Argory with your dog 

Your dog will love The Argory with plenty of sights and smells to explore around the estate, as well as a dedicated play area. The Argory is a two pawprint rated place.

A young boy dressed in bunny ears looking at an Easter trail map

Visiting The Argory with Family 

Find out everything you need to know about visiting The Argory with kids, from playing in the play areas, borrowing balance bikes and essential information on where you'll find baby-changing facilities, bringing a picnic and more.

Cosy warm drinks at the Argory

Eating and shopping at The Argory 

Treat yourself to a delicious snack or lunch in the Courtyard Coffee Shop and browse the second-hand books at the Blackwater bookshop. Visit 'The Coach House Collective' artisan pop-up shop, supporting local artists at The Argory.

Formal gardens the Argory, County Armagh, Northern Ireland

Things to see and do at The Argory 

Discover all The Argory has to offer, from exploring the house to seasonal highlights in the garden.

Venue hire

A groom stands next to a bride holding a bouquet of flowers.

Wedding photography at The Argory 

All you need to know about capturing your special day with The Argory as your backdrop. The perfect location for wedding venues in county Armagh, County Tyrone and County Down.

Two visitors exploring the garden in spring at Quarry Bank, Cheshire


Enjoy access to more than 500 places with National Trust membership. Join today and help protect nature, beauty and history – for everyone, for ever.