The Northern Ireland bucket list - 22 things every person in NI should do before they die

The Covid-19 pandemic means many of us will be rediscovering Northern Ireland again this summer.

Friday, 2nd July 2021, 7:00 pm
Updated Friday, 2nd July 2021, 7:03 pm
The Northern Ireland bucket list - 22 things every person from N.I. should do before they die

To help you decide where to go and what to do during your staycation, we have created our very own Northern Ireland bucket list - 22 things every person from NI should do before they die - how many of these have you done?

Explore the home of one of the world's oldest distilleries.
Located near Islandmagee, the Gobbins offers one of Northern Ireland's most stunning coastal walks.

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Built in the mid-nineteenth century, the Crumlin Road Gaol was closed as a prison in 1996 and reopened as a tourist attraction in 2012.
It is believed the remains of the saint are buried in the grounds of Down Cathedral in Downpatrick.
The walled city is amongst the best in Europe and thousands of tourists flock here every year. Just because you are from Northern Ireland doesn't mean it will be any less enjoyable. Give it a go.
Located not far from Enniskillen, the Marble Arch Caves form the largest known cave structure in Northern Ireland.
You don't have to be a petrol head to enjoy this. It takes place every May and if it's something different you are after then look no further, you've found it!
Located in Bellaghy in Co. Londonderry, Seamus Heaney Homeplace is a truly unforgettable and intimate experience.
One of Northern Ireland's most modern attractions, Titanic Belfast was officially opened in 2012 and it documents Belfast's relationship with the ill-fated vessel which sank in 1912.
Located in south Belfast the museum documents several periods of history including the Spanish Armada, local and natural history.
They might not be Brazil but they are Norn Iron. Windsor Park has been home to some of Northern Ireland's most memorable events in sport history. A superb atmosphere.
The Halloween festival in Londonderry is an experience like no other. USA Today voted it the greatest place in the world to spend Halloween.
Built in the 12th century, Carrickfergus Castle is one of the best preserved Norman structures in Northern Ireland.
The Dark Hedges near Ballymoney.
The Armagh Planetarium underwent a significant refurbishment in 2006.
The Peace Bridge in Londonderry was officially opened in June 2011. It offers stunning views of city from both sides of the River Foyle.
It's the jewel in the Northern Ireland crown and everyone living here should try to visit at least once - a magical place!
If this building could speak what a story she could tell! Construction started in 1898 and it wasn't completed until 1906. The building was refurbished in 2009.
The temple was built in 1785 and was a library to Lord Bristol. Offers stunning views of the North coast.
There are nine glens in total and whilst it might take a bit time exploring all of them it will have been worth it. A place of stunning natural beauty that makes you proud to be from Northern Ireland.
The Belfast Giants were founded at the then Odyssey Arena in 2000 and have been successful along the way. A Belfast Giants game is a must because there's nothing else quite like it in N.I.
One of the most daring entries on our bucket list but well worth it. More than 440,000 visited here in 2016.