From the historic centres of Portadown and Lurgan to its charming villages, the culture and heritage of the area is waiting to be discovered. There's the fascinating Lurgan Town Trail, taking you back over 400 years of history through its many atmospheric historic buildings, Brownlow House, the 18th century Moneypenny's Lockhouse and so much more.
At the fascinating Craigavon Museum on Oxford Island, you'll find a wealth of information on the heritage of the area from the 17th century to the present, including the remarkable story of its Methodist and Quaker communities, the latter responsible for making the area a vital linen centre. Craigavon's enthralling Christian heritage, dating from the time of St Patrick, can be found in ancient churches and burial grounds. You'll also find out more about the culture and heritage of Lough Neagh and its surrounding area at the Lough Neagh Discovery Centre on Oxford Island.