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Family walking in the garden in autumn at The Argory, County Armagh
Family walking in the garden in autumn at The Argory, County Armagh | © National Trust Images/Annapurna Mellor
Northern Ireland

The Argory Lime Tree Walk

Walk along an avenue of pollarded lime trees, discover a wildflower meadow and pass the Argory oak plantation on this gentle trail with views of the 19th-century house to enjoy.

Total steps: 4

Total steps: 4

Start point

Car park, OSNI grid reference: H874579

Step 1

From the car park near reception and The Argory courtyard, follow the path towards the stone pavilion building with the narrow windows.

Step 2

Join the path at the pavilion with the river on your right and the ha-ha wall on your left. Stay on this path and within 5 minutes you will be under the canopy of lime trees. In spring you will also be surrounded by a carpet of snowdrops.

Step 3

At the end of the lime trees you can go past the Meadow cottage on the right and see the wildflower meadow throughout the season.

Step 4

At this point you can walk up the avenue back to the house and see The Argory in all its glory. Alternatively join Lady Bond's Walk, which is to the right.

End point

Car park, OSNI grid reference: H874579

Trail map

The Argory Lime Tree Walk map
The Argory Lime Tree Walk map | © Crown Copyright (2013) Land and Property Services permit no: 120099

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

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