Historic conserved market with cobbled courtyard where studio
workshops make and sell ceramic jewellery, hand-tied fishing
flies, leather goods, stone celtic statuary, colourful cotton
batiks and screen prints.
The handsome market house (1765), now the town hall, has an
outsize market square (Conway Square) with a lively market
on Saturdays. The harvest fair held here in September has
been going strong since about 1613. Many of Belfast's fresh
vegetables come from around Newtownards and the horticultural
firm of Dickson's established 1836 is famous for its roses.
Armagh Shopping Center
The Mall, and close by the Observatory, the Planetarium, the
two museums and the Royal School, founded at the beginning
of the 16th century. Not far from the city is the old Navan
Fort, the original seat of Queen Macha which dates from the
1st century B.C. Within the boundaries of Armagh City the
commercial centre is a hub of activity from Monday through
to Saturday. The narrow, sometimes cobbled, streets and Armagh
limestone provide a quaint setting for the modern shops. The
combination of old family stores of great repute, of multiples
and independents, creates a unique shopping experience where
standards of service, quality, choice and value are of the
Flagship Shopping Center
A covered shopping centre offering a wide range of Stores
in a pleasant environment. It includes restaurant facilities,
public toilets, and caters for the disabled. Multi-storyed
carparking for 450 cars.
Main Street, Bangor, Down .