If you're hoping to track down your Ulster ancestors, the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) has its headquarters in Belfast's Titanic Quarter. Entry is free, but there are charges for copies of docume…
A large tourist information centre with helpful staff and stacks of brochures for attractions in Derry and beyond. Also sells books and maps and can book accommodation. Claudy Cycles can be rented here.
Provides stacks of information about the whole of Northern Ireland and books accommodation. Services include left luggage (not overnight), currency exchange and free wi-fi. There's also a gift shop selling local cra…
In the middle of a reed-fringed pond inhabited by waterfowl, the discovery centre has a tourist information desk, gift shop, gallery and a great little cafe with lake-shore views.
Helpful and well-stocked tourist information office at Enniskillen Castle. Staff can book accommodation and help with fishing licences and permits. There's a good cafe here too.
Representing the rights and interests of the LGBTQ community in Northern Ireland. It offers phone and online support, but is not a call-in centre.
Tourist information for County Tyrone, with an exhibition on the flight of the Earls. There's a good coffee shop here, too.
In the Georgian Hillsborough Courthouse in the centre of the village.
Sells local-interest books and maps, and traditional and contemporary crafts. Left luggage costs £2 per day.
In a restored stable near the tower house at Portaferry Castle.