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  1. An image of a family dinning at The Stillhouse of Moira.
    Lisburn & Castlereagh is home to some of the most well-known restaurants and pubs in the country, with a culinary selection which offers something to suit every taste and budget. Take your taste buds on a tour of discovery!
  2. Places to stay
    When it comes to choosing where to stay in Lisburn & Castlereagh, be sure to take some time to explore the variety of accommodation in the area. From luxury hotels to cosy B&Bs, or self-catering apartments to glamping - you'll find your home-from-home right here!
  3. An image of a family having fun at the Inflatable Park at We are Vertigo
    Lisburn & Castlereagh benefits from the perfect combination of rural and urban landscapes, providing visitors with a wealth of activities, attractions and adventure. We have everything from historic villages to modern art galleries, forests parks to bustling city centre shopping, not to mention heaps of fun for all ages at some of Northern Ireland’s most well-known family attractions.
  4. Group of four people walking through Hllsborough castle Gardens
    These beautiful rural locations steeped in history, offer an experience like no other. Stay, eat, explore in Royal Hillsborough and Historic Moira.

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  1. An image of a hieroglyphs stone at Lisburn Museum
    Food markets, art exhibitions, music festivals, marathons and motorsport – the events calendar in Lisburn & Castlereagh is packed the year through.
  2. An image of a staff member at Hinch smelling hops in his hands
    With some of Northern Ireland's top food growers, restaurants and beer and spirit producers - there's never been a better time to experience our famous food & drink!
  3. Couple drinking tea in glamping truck @ Larchfield Estate
    In the mood to try something different? An amazing range of camping and glamping options await you, from Igluhuts to a Swiss Army Truck! Bring your walking boots, some steaks for the firepit and your sense of adventure!
  4. Statue of Harry Ferguson at gate of birthplace, Hillsborough
    There's a selection of unforgettable guided tours to choose from in Lisburn & Castlereagh, whatever your interests! From the home of The Royal Family to the birthplace of John Ballance the 14th Premier of New Zealand at The Ballance House, make sure to book some of these tours while you're here!
  5. An image taken from the Fort walls looking towards the lake with a couple walking dog below on path
    Hillsborough Forest is set in the picturesque Georgian village of Royal Hillsborough and sits just a few minutes walk from Hillsborough Castle, adjacent to Hillsborough Fort. A popular choice among bird-watchers, dog walkers, photographers and nature-lovers, the forest covers an area of almost 200 acres and has way-marked routes providing a variety of different walks to suit everyone.
    1. An image of the exterior of Hillsborough Castle & Gardens looking towards the Drawing Room Steps with garden bench
      Hillsborough Castle is one of the most beautiful, and interesting historic properties in Northern Ireland, and the official residence of the Royal Family when they are in Northern Ireland. These special gardens are a delight throughout the seasons and offer countless places to unwind, contemplate, socialise and seek inspiration.
      1. An image of a couple having a tour of Hilden Brewery looking at the equipment
        Hilden Brewery is Ireland's Oldest Independent Brewery. We have been running for over 40 years and in the last seven have added a second brew house, a bottling line and a canning line.
        1. An image of a member of staff using the machinery at the Irish Linen Centre
          Discover the fabric of Lisburn's past as you take a tour of the Irish Linen Centre and Lisburn Museum. You'll find the roots of the linen industry in Ireland began here, and learn about the people and places that shaped the area.
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