Families will find kid-friendly activities in Armagh, and visitors give high marks for the top-notch restaurants. Welcoming and relaxing, this city attracts tourists with its bars and cathedral.
- There are 3 hotels and other accommodations in Armagh
- The closest major airport is in Belfast (BFS-Belfast Intl.), 27.7 mi (44.5 km) from the city center
Sightseeing and Staying in Armagh
The city's cultural venues include No 5 Vicars' Hill and Armagh County Museum. The city is notable for its cathedral and landmarks like St. Patrick's Church of Ireland Cathedral, Armagh Observatory, and St. Patrick's Cathedral. A couple of additional sights to add to your agenda are Palace Demesne and Armagh Planetarium.
Below is a top rated accommodation based on Expedia user reviews:
- Hillview Lodge - Amenities at this 3-star bed & breakfast include free WiFi and free parking. It's a favorite with Expedia travelers for its breakfast and helpful staff.
Dressing for Armagh
- Between January and March, daytime temperatures average 51°F, while nighttime temperatures stay around 35°F
- From April to June, the average is 64°F during the day and 38°F at night
- July through September sees average temperatures of 65°F during the day and 46°F at night
- In October-December, you can expect 57°F as the daytime average and 36°F as the nighttime average
- Armagh gets about 1.22 inches of rain per year
- August and July are usually the hottest months averaging 64°F, while March and February are usually the coldest with an average temperature of 35°F