Archaeological discoveries in Northern Ireland 1987-2008. How did our ancestors build their homes? What weapons did they use? What religious rituals did they follow? What did they eat? How did technology develop over the centuries? You can get more details here >>>
Northern Ireland's megalithic tombs rank among our most ancient monuments - many dating back almost 6,000 years into our past. You can discover more about them here >>>
The story of the Castle and the Walled Town. Discover more about one of Ulster's most historic towns here >>>
Between Rocks and Hard Places traces the origins of Northern Ireland's rocks to distant places before they came together in the Emerald Isle. Sections headed 'Did you know' explain some of the natural wonders like Sligo's coral reefs, the Marble Arch Caves and the equivalent of Death Valley in County Down. Illustrated lavishly with full colour photographs throughout, this book is a superb guide to the landscape of Northern Ireland. You can find more details here >>>
Includes information on well-known sites such as Carrickfergus Castle, Dunluce Castle, Devenish Monastic Site and Navan Fort, as well as information about many lesser-known monuments. See more details here >>>
Not before time, we are delighted to have added the prints by Joe Hynes from our Armagh, City of Light and Learning book. Covering not only the city of Armagh itself, but also nearby Richhill, Hamiltonsbawn, Markethill, Killylea and Kilmore, these prints come mounted and ready to frame. Each print is signed by Joe Hynes, measures 14in x 11in including the mount and is priced at £15. Bargain! Just click on the image or title to see all the prints from Joe Hynes.