The Best Places To Visit in Lisburn

Handpicked Top 3 Places To Visit in Lisburn, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Gate 3 - Maze Long Kesh, 94-b Halftown Road, Lisburn BT27 5RF

Since 1968

Museum, Exhibitions, Collections, Displays, School Visits, Group Visits, Educational Programs, Learning Programs, Aircraft Center, Ernie Cromie Room, Fred Jennings Radio Room, Aero Engine Collection, The Royal Observer Corps, Tour Group, Children’s Group Programs & Events

Highlight Northern Ireland's aviation heritage - Maintain an aviation museum for public benefit - Promote the preservation of aircraft and aviation-related artefacts - Extensive network of contacts with complementary organisations

Sat 12:30 pm - 5:00 pm

What a museum! The museum is made up mainly of two large hangers, one a workshop were restoration is taking place on a number of airframes including a Gannet, a Wildcat and the Shorts Sherpa. Here I was able to wander around looking at the work-in-progress and take photos. The second hanger contained helicopters, ex-military jets and Shorts 330 there is access to a number of aircraft. The staff were very friendly and helpful and only too willing to explain the work being carried out on an air.

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Market Square, Lisburn BT28 1AG

Since 1979

History Museum, Exhibitions, Historical Details, Collections, Displays, Guided Tours, Group Visits, School Visits, Community Groups, Workshops, Educational Programs, Pre-Schools, Primary Schools, Secondary Schools, University Groups, Church Groups & Special Needs Group Programs

Free Admission - Free Guided Tours for Exploring the History of Irish Linen - Free workshops, from WWI to Ancient Egypt - The Museum and its collections are housed in the old Market House an late seventeenth-century building, since heavily modified

Mon - Sat 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Sun Closed

This museum has been on our doorstep for years and only recently we've been to visit. I visited with my 6 and 3 year old and they'd a great time. It's such a wealth of information about the local area and it's linen heritage. Active displays by the weaver and an open craft area were fun. The Somme exhibition is great. And I'll be returning with my 6 year of who wanted to spend more time looking at all the displays. A fantastic place and welcoming staff. Thank you.

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57 Ballyskeagh Road, Lambeg, Lisburn BT27 5TE

Since 1980

Stadium, Arena, Sports Venue, Football Matches, Greyhound Racing, The Morton Mcknight Stand, Lisburn Distillery Social Club and Offices, Leagues, Playground, Meetings & Games

The stadium currently has a total capacity of 8,000 of which 790 can be seated, however this is split to a capacity for Football matches of 7,000 (540 seated) and a capacity for Greyhound Racing of 1,000 (250 seated)

Price: Adults £10 & OAPS/Under 18's £6

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It is a multi-purpose stadium. The stadium was built originally as a trotting venue in the village of Ballyskeagh on the outskirts of Lisburn and was acquired by Distillery Football Club and converted into a football ground.
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