Dunree Fort

The museum houses a fascinating display of military memorabilia and artifacts as well as an array of large guns from the 20th century. There is a state of the art audio visual and interactive display area and Tea room is available.

An Grianan

The ancient stone fort was the hilltop fortress of the Mc Laughlin and O'Neill Kings of Ulster before it was destroyed by Murtough O'Brien in 1101 A.D. Although, heavily restored, there are no doubts as to the antiquity of the site as it is one of only five Irish locations marked on Ptolemy of Alexandria's 2nd century map of the world.

Glenveagh National Park and Castle

The Parkland has 14,000 hectares of lakes, glens and woods and includes two of the largest mountains in Donegal, Errigal and Slieve Snacht. It is one of the finest gardens in Ireland and is spectacular when the "Rhododendron Ponticum" is in bloom in early summer. It is home to one of the largest herds of red deer in Europe and the Golden Eagle was reintroduced to the park in 2000, after becoming extinct 100 years ago due to over hunting. The castle built in 1870 has a four storey keep. Tearooms serve morning and afternoon teas.

Giants Causeway

This magnificent site is renowned for its polygonal columns of layered basalt a result of a volcanic eruption 60 million years ago. It is the focal point of a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has attracted millions of visitors from all over the world.

Bushmills Distillery

Dating back to 1608, this is one of the World's oldest distilleries. Visit this beautiful building and experience the craft and skill of making Irish Single Malt Whiskey. Learn about the secret of special water from St. Columb's Rill, the malted Irish barley, triple distillation in copper stills and aging for long years in oak casks. No visit is complete without a complimentary glass of the "Water of Life".

Derry City Walls

The only remaining walled City in Ireland, Derry is steeped in history and culture. The famous walls which date back to the early part of the seventeenth century have withstood several sieges, the most famous lasting 105 days. The walls encircle the old City and tours are available daily.

Tower Museum

The Tower Museum explains the history of Derry City from its geological formation up to the present day covering subjects as diverse as early monasticism, plantation and the siege of Derry up to the recent Troubles.