The Ecclesiastical capital of Ireland and previous seat of the High Kings of Ulster, the city of Armagh has, for many years, been an important European Heritage centre. It manages to maintain a blend of tradition and modernisation, as well as a position as a centre of business communications amongst the rural heartland of Northern Ireland. The city's past is rich in spiritual and academic significance. The city remains an educational and administrative area of importance with a lively tourist scene.
- Armagh County Museum
- Armagh Planetarium
- St. Patrick's Cathedral
- St. Patrick's Trian
- The Bard of Armagh Festival of Humorous Verse
- The Market Place Theatre & Arts Centre
- The Navan Centre and Fort