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  1. Striking and modern 10metre high frameless curved, glass fronted building, home of the only permanent, worldwide exhibit telling the story of St Patrick
    Looking for some inspiration on what to do, where to go, and places to eat and stay when you come to Visit Mourne? As well as lots of inspiration and information here on the Visit Mourne website, our friendly Visitor Information team is available to lend a hand and give you the inside track on those bucket list musts.
  2. Maps, Brochures and Guides
    It is easy to get to and around Visit Mourne which is famous for its natural beauty, spectacular landscapes, charming villages and towns and the warm welcome from locals. But to help you on your way, we’ve lots of maps, brochures, walking trails and cycling routes to guide you on your way.
  3. Getting to Visit Mourne
    Travelling to Visit Mourne couldn’t be easier. Newry city, Downpatrick and Newcastle are all easily accessed from the two main airports in Northern Ireland, Belfast International Airport and the George Best Belfast City Airport and a short drive from the main ferry terminals in Belfast and Larne. Visit Mourne is well connected by road and rail to the Republic of Ireland too. Ulsterbus works in co-operation with Bus Eireann while NI Railways works very closely with Iarnród Éireann as part of the Enterprise train service between Dublin and Belfast with regular stops off in Newry.
  4. Getting Around
    It is so easy to get to and around Visit Mourne which is famous for its natural beauty, spectacular landscapes, charming villages and towns and the warm welcome from locals. With good roads, great public transport and a range of discount passes, we do our best to help you get to as many of our most popular attractions and picturesque landscapes with minimal fuss.
  5. Vehicle Hire
    Travelling around Visit Mourne by road couldn’t be easier. You can bring your own car over by ferry, hire a motorhome to live under the stars or hop on your bike and experience the open road on two wheels. Just be sure to keep in mind which side of the road you’re on. In Northern Ireland, we drive on the same side of the road as the rest of the UK and Ireland – on the left!
  6. Touring & Driving in Visit Mourne
    If you are looking for a scenic drive or planning a long-distance group tour, Visit Mourne is a unique place to explore and experience. It is so easy to get to and around this region which is famous for its natural beauty, spectacular landscapes, charming villages, and towns and, of course, a warm welcome from the locals.
  7. Group of people on a Men of the Mournes walking tour on Slieve Binnian overlooking Ben Crom Reservoir
    One of the best ways to experience the magic and majesty Of Visit Mourne is with one of our qualified independent Tour Guides or Experience Providers. Before you set off on your break, why not enlist the help of a tour guide, so the only thing you have to worry about is what to pack.
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