Mid Ulster visitor attractions to be opened to the public

Snowdrops at The Argory. Picture by Bernie Brown. National Trust.
Snowdrops at The Argory. Picture by Bernie Brown. National Trust.

The Argory is just one of many National Trust properties across Northern Ireland which will be open to the public on Saturday March 12.

Visitors can take a tour of the stunning Neo-classical masterpiece which has remained unchanged since 1900 and wander the beautiful gardens and hidden pathways of the must-see attraction, between Moy and Armagh.

Also locally, the charming 17th century Ardress farmhouse or Springhill in Moneymore - which has a beguiling spirit that captures the heart of every visitor - are well worth checking out, not to mention Wellbrook Beetling Mill near Cookstown, for a flavour of our industrial heritage. A full list of properties open to the public can be found at www.nationaltrust.org.uk