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'The Story of Newry' Walking Tour

Newry Town Hall, Bank Parade, Newry, County Down, BT34 1DQ
Newry Town Hall


Join storyteller and tour guide Sinead Rice McAleavey to explore Newry city. Newry’s heritage and colourful history will be brought to life on this imaginative stroll, which tells the stories of our famous and infamous people, waterways, public spaces and fine buildings.

As part of the walk, sample a local drink in one of Newry’s atmospheric old bars. Afterwards, treat yourself to a sumptuous afternoon tea at the Canal Court Hotel to complete your experience. 




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Adult£10.00 per ticket

Afternoon tea optional at £20 per adult and £10 per child

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Opening Times

Season (1 May 2024 - 28 Sept 2024)
Monday - TuesdayClosed
Wednesday11:00 - 12:00
Thursday - FridayClosed
Saturday11:00 - 12:00

* Duration 1 hour

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