Armagh Public Library
The collection of Armagh Public Library spills over into the nearby Registry, a depository for Church of Ireland records, where you can...
St Patrick's Church of Ireland Cathedral
The city's Anglican cathedral occupies the site of St Patrick's original stone church. The present cathedral's ground plan is 13th...
At the northern end of the Mall stands Armagh Courthouse, rebuilt after being destroyed by a huge IRA bomb blast in 1993. It originally...
Market Place Theatre & Arts Centre
Armagh's main cultural venue incorporates a 400-seat theatre, exhibition galleries and the Footlights Bar & Bistro , which has live...
Tucked inside a listed Georgian building, this chic little bistro opens to a tiny, delightful terrace. It's a perfect stop for lunch...
43 Abbey St · interesting places nearby
Armagh Public Library information
A first edition of Gulliver's Travels, published in 1726 and annotated by Swift himself, is the most prized possession of the Armagh Public Library, founded in 1771 by Archbishop Robinson. Other treasures include Sir Walter Raleigh's 1614 History of the World, the Claims of the Innocents (pleas to Oliver Cromwell) and engravings by Hogarth and others.
Nearby, you can see ancient coins, early Christian artefacts and other curiosities at the Registry , a depository for Church of Ireland records.