Glenarm Castle:  5 Things to Know About this Lovely Northern Ireland Landmark

In the North is Glenarm Castle, a Northern Irish landmark in County Antrim, Ulster Province.  Like every Irish castle, this wonderful structure gives us hints of Ireland's magical past. Here we offer a bit of fun trivia about the Castle, and simple tips on how to see the castle in person, or bring it into your home.

Irish Expressions - Glenarm Castle.

If you're not opposed to driving across an international border and making your way to Northern Ireland, you can easily get to Glenarm Castle from Dublin Airport in just over two hours. The M1 leads you north out of Dublin and across the border to Belfast, and the M2 veers west to bring you to Glenarm Castle.    

Things to Know About Glenarm Castle

For a stunning, glamorous castle with plenty to do, see and explore, be sure to visit Glenarm Castle in County Antrim.

This is the ancestral home of the Earls of Antrim, and the current castle there has been in place since the 17th century.

Its walled gardens are one of the biggest attractions in the county, and there are restaurants and souvenirs shops on site.

During the summer, events like the Highland Games and major festivals take place on the castle's grounds.

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