When asked to create itineraries, those not familiar with Northern Ireland can find it difficult to know what attractions to use. Below, Northern Ireland Premier Experiences has created our recommended list of the main attractions in Northern Ireland; while not fully comprehensive we feel that this is a good representation of Northern Ireland’s main attractions.

Suspended almost 100-feet above the crashing waves and rocks below, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, which has linked mainland Ireland to the tiny fishing island of Carrickarede for hundreds of years, makes for an impressive sight.
Thrill seekers come from all over the world to cross the safe but sometimes swaying bridge, from which they are rewarded with uninterrupted views of Rathlin Island, Fair Head & Scotland. [More Info]

Relive the captivating story of the vast human tide that crossed the Atlantic for the New World of North America in the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries at this 40 acre outdoor museum.
The brilliant combination of costumed guides, displays of traditional crafts and replicas of Irish streets & villages ensure this interactive experience is perfect for all ages and provides a vivid insight into the impact of immigration in this country. [More Info]
                        Marble Arch Caves

Nestled beneath Cuilcagh Mountain a phenomenal underground experience awaits. Witness the incomparable beauty and brilliance of Ireland’s expansive natural caverns with a visit to the Marble Arch Caves. The resplendent radiance of the glistening limestone walls will entrance you as you embark on your exploration of these world-renowned caves by boat or on foot. [More Info]

              St Patrick’s Visitor Centre

Uncover the humble beginnings and profound significance of St Patrick’s Day, with all of its festivities and cheer, through a voyage to unravel the origin and journey of Ireland’s beloved Patron Saint.

The center’s IMAX cinema allows visitors to explore Patrick’s life and understand the major impact of Irish Missionaries on medieval Europe and their lingering legacy today. [More Info] 

             Walled City of Derry Tour
Doire, Derry, has 1,500 years of history and culture enclosed within Ireland’s only completely walled city. Named the inaugural UK City of Culture, no visit to Ireland is considered complete without a visit to this vibrant, lively city. 
Guided walking (or bus) tours are a great way to explore – From a tour of Derry’s Walls to The Bogside or the People’s Gallery Murals, visitors are in for a cultural & historical treat in Derry. [More Info]
             Carrickfergus Castle

As you tour the Causeway Coast, be sure to visit the majestic Carrickfergus Castle and discover its profound impact on the area’s history. Built in the 12th century, the castle has been a base for Scots, Irish, English, and French at different stages throughout history. One of the best preserved medieval structures in Ireland, complimented by genuinely warm and engaging guides, Carrickfergus Castle is an essential stop on your Northern adventure.  [More Info] 

                     Belfast Mural Tours

The Belfast murals are the world’s largest outdoor art gallery and tell the captivating story of political turmoil suffered in Northern Ireland during the world-renowned ‘troubles.’ Once a bitter sign of division and resentment, see how they have transformed to signify solidarity and unity in the city. 
For a raw, humbling and informative tour, book through a local cab tour company and explore this city’s iconic history.  [More Info]

              Belfast Cultural Tours

Head to Belfast for the day to experience everything this renaissance city has to offer!
From tours of Titanic to the Royal Botanical Garden, shopping at St. George’s Market or a taking a famous Black Taxi or Crumlin Road Gaol tour—Belfast has something to offer everyone. End the day with a fabulous meal from any number of great city restaurants before heading to the famed Grand Opera House to take in a play or concert. [More Info]
                      Giants Causeway

The 40,000 unique and iconic black basalt columns protruding from the sea have ensured that the Giants Causeway is included on the UNESCO world heritage list.
However it is the walk across the stones, the spray of the ocean and views of Scotland on the horizon that truly entance. Our exclusive ‘kilted tour package’, with an expert local guide immerses visitors in the dramatic scenery, legends and history from a local’s perspective. [More Info]
                      Titanic Experience

Explore the shipyard, walk the decks, travel to the depths of the ocean and uncover the true legend of Titanic in the city where it all began. The immersive and interactive experience along with utilisation of state of the art technology and attention to detail has helped the centre to become the winner of the World’s Leading Visitor Attractions (World Travel Awards 2016).’ More than a just a visit, it’s an experience. [More Info]

                      Watertop Open Farm

Enjoy the fun, energy and buzz of Watertop Open Farm, an ideal day out for all the family. With pony trekking, fishing, boating, go-karts, quad train, assault course,Paddywagon farm tours, small animals, museum, play area and tea rooms, this is the most experiential open farm experience in Ireland. The farm includes extensive camping facilities, perfect to use as your base for discovering the rest of the Causeway Coast and Glens. [More Info]
                          Armagh Planetarium

Visit Armagh Planetarium for a unique adventure that is “out of this world”!
Wander through the Mars room, try the astounding astropark, with scaled models of the universe and the international space station. Certainly embrace your chance to touch a 4.6 billion year old meteorite!
Relax and experience the Planetarium’s Digital Theatre, each show is a memorable experience that you will treasure. [More Info]
           Causeway Coast Discovery Center

This prominent Scots-Irish centre brings the Causeway Coast to life with exciting stories and hands on, cultural activities and experiences unique to this beautiful area.

Discover what it means to be Scots-Irish with vibrant stories from our history and a rich programme full of hands-on Irish activities like turf (peat) cutting, Ceili dance lessons, bread baking, sheep herding & sheep shearing to name a few—we create memorable experiences. [More Info]

                            The Gobbins

The Gobbins is a spectacular under cliff walk unparalleled anywhere else in Europe.
Newly reopened after many decades, the combination of its intricate engineering work, the beautiful, panoramic scenery long associated with Ireland’s rugged coastlines and a wonderful information center that regales visitors with stories of the coast and the incredible account of how this attraction came to be in 1902, the Gobbins is rapidly becoming one of the most sought after tourist destinations in Ireland. [More Info]
              Scullion Hurls Économusée

Hurling is an iconic and incomparable sport which entrances all who see it. Having existed for over 3000 years, there is a vast and fascinating history surrounding the fastest field sport in the world.

Scullion hurls is working museum that has crafted fine hurling sticks, or caman, for generations. A visit here includes a brilliant interactive workshop and an insight into the sport and a chance to see fine craftsmen at work. [More Info]