The National Trust, Northern Ireland’s leading conservation charity, is opening up its special places in Fermanagh for free on March 4 and 5 and many of its other places across Northern Ireland on March 11.
Come out of winter hibernation and embrace the energy of spring with a visit to a glorious garden, magical landscape or historic house.
Heather McLachlan, Regional Director for Northern Ireland, said: ‘We’re encouraging everyone to get outdoors, breathe in the spring air and take inspiration from the unique stories of our many special places. Come along and discover the amazing work that goes on behind the scenes conserving collections and caring for spectacular landscapes and beautiful gardens.
‘By visiting National Trust places you’re helping us to protect Northern Ireland’s natural and built heritage for future generations to enjoy”.
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