Tourism Businesses’ Resource Page

    3rd April 2024

    Visit Hillsborough Castle and Discover its Pivotal Role in Northern Ireland’s Recent History

    Discover the historical treasures of Hillsborough Castle, a fascinating stately home, Royal palace and government residence that has played a…
    12th April 2024

    Top Tips for Visiting The Giant’s Causeway

    Getting there, entry fees, what to expect and a wee story about a giant 44 Causeway Rd, Bushmills BT57 8SU…
    6th November 2023

    Shanty Portrush – A Restaurant Review

    I would confidently say the Shanty Restaurant in Portrush is one of the best restaurants in Northern Ireland, scoring highly…
    31st March 2024

    Visiting Dunluce Castle – All you Need to Know

    Visit the iconic ruins of Dunluce Castle for spectacular views and plenty of history. The castle was a filming location…
    26th March 2024

    Derry Halloween – A Spooktacular 4 Day Festival

    We make no bones about it, when Derry Londonderry decides to throw a party, they do it frighteningly well and…
    12th October 2023

    Climbing Slemish

    Slemish at 150 m (490 ft) is not a big hill, but it is notable – jutting out from the…
    9th November 2023

    Take a History-packed Derry City Walls Walking Tour

    Get the unique experience of walking atop the historic city walls of Derry Londonderry with the guide’s presentation weaving together some…
    23rd January 2024

    The Very Best things to do in Portstewart – Visitor Guide 2024

    Portstewart, like its sister town, Portrush is a popular place for visitors to stay when visiting the Causeway Coast and…
    9th April 2024

    Titanic Belfast Museum Experience – A Review

    An epic and absorbing experience! The iconic Titanic Belfast visitor experience stands tall on the same spot that the world’s…
    6th November 2023

    Game of Thrones Studio Tour

    The newly opened Game of Thrones Studio Tour is a must do for all GoT fans. It's interactive, fun, full…
    2nd April 2024

    What’s On in Northern Ireland – 2024 Events Calendar

    Updated April 2024 Our calendar gives you a quick overview of major events taking place in Northern Ireland so that…
    27th March 2024

    Hiking The Stairway to Heaven – Cuilcagh Boardwalk Trail – All you Need to Know

    The Cuilcagh mountain Stairway To Heaven should be very much close to the top of your Fermanagh 'to do' list.…
    8th December 2023

    Visiting The South East – The Mournes, St Patrick’s Country & the Ards Peninsula

    The South East area of Northern Ireland is a popular area for outdoors holidays with probably the most prominent attraction…
    26th August 2023

    The Very Best Things to Do in Derry Londonderry

    Derry~Londonderry, a city so good they named it twice, or in fact, quite a few times. Doire is the city’s…
    23rd January 2024

    The Very Best Things to do in Portrush – Visitor Guide 2024

    Why visit Portrush? Portrush is a sister seaside town to Portstewart, together knows as ‘the Ports’, located on the Causeway…
    9th November 2023

    The Balmoral Show – From sheep shearing to show jumping

    Celebrating its 153rd year the 4-day Balmoral Show is going all out to make this a special occasion. As an…
    27th March 2024

    North West 200 – Motorcycle Road Race – 6-11 May 2024

    The Northwest 200, held annually in May in Portstewart/Portrush/Coleraine, is one of Ireland’s largest sporting events and probably one of…
    12th October 2023

    Walking in Glenariff Forest Park – Glens of Antrim

    121 Glenariffe Rd, BT44 0QX (Google Maps 55.019116, -6.121401) Ulsterbus Service  150, Ballymena to Cushendall Glenariff (from Irish: Gleann Aireamh,…
    31st March 2024

    The Very Best things to do in Ballycastle – 2024

    Ballycastle, located on the Causeway Coastal Route on the edge of the Glens of Antrim, is both a seaside town…
    8th December 2023

    6 Good Reasons to Visit Ballintoy Harbour on the Causeway Coastal Route

    Why visit Ballintoy Harbour? Picturesque Ballintoy Harbour is between Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and Giant’s Causeway on the Causeway Coastal Route…
    22nd June 2023

    Share Your Visitor Story!

    Thank you for your interest in sharing your visitor story about your trip to Northern Ireland, whether it be part…
    10th November 2023

    The Fermanagh Lakes – Top Things to Do

    Much of County Fermanagh has been designated an Area of Natural Beauty with forests, lakes and farmland – Fermanagh is…
    21st June 2023

    A Jam-packed ‘Meander’ around Belfast

    Introduction US visitor Jessica Pyhtila has visited the island of Ireland before and will visit again as she prefers to…

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    Canva Demo Page

    Canva is an online digital design platform that allows people without a design bone in their body to easily create amazing social media posts, menus, fliers and graphics. It even allows you to do basic video editing and to create animations as well as presentations. You can download your finished work and share it on social media, print it on your local printer, or send it for printing. A lot of people already use it, but if you don’t you should certainly give it a look.

    It is free to use for ever, and you get access to most tools with the free account, but you can pay £10.99 a month as a single user to upgrade to get full access to their photo library, to get more typefaces and more graphics and animations. But try it for free first. You can even have a play without registering here.

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    Dates for Social Media Planning

    If you are lost for something to say on your social media, it is often useful to hook a post onto a current event. Here is a list of upcoming dates that might inspire a post or two.

    • Check our Northern Ireland Events Calendar for festivals
    • 25 May – National Wine Day
    • 1 June –  Beginning of the meteorological summer
    • 5 June – UN World Environment Day
    • 15 June – National Beer Day
    • 18 June – Father’s Day
    • 21 June – Summer Solstice (the beginning of the astronomical summer)
    • 1 July – Canada Day – give a shout out to your Canadian visitors
    • 4 July – Independence Day (US) give a shout out to your US visitors
    • 3-16 July – Wimbledon
    • 7-9 July – British Grand Prix
    • 14 July – Bastille Day – give a shout out to your French visitors
    • 4 August – International Beer Day
    • 7 August – Lúnasa
    • 26 August – International Dog Day
    • 28 August – Bank Holiday
    • 16 September – 100 Days to Christmas
    • 1 October – World Vegetarian Day
    • 10 October – World Mental Health Day
    • 12 October – National Day of Spain
    • 29 October – Clocks go back
    • 31 October – Halloween / Sahmhain
    • 24 November – US Thanksgiving
    • 24 November – Black Friday
    • 30 November – St Andrew’s Day – give a shout out to Scottish friends
    • 8 December – Christmas Jumper Day
    • 22 December – Winter Solstice
    • 24 December – Christmas!!

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