Lisburn The Essential
The town is located in the middle of Ulster's linen-producing region, and throughout the 19C supplied half of all the linen woven. In 1707, Lisburn was destroyed by a fire that only spared the Assembly Rooms, set at the top of the market square. From 1873 to 1885, its Member of Parliament was Sir Richard Wallace, owner of the collection that bears his family name in London. His Lisburn residence is a copy of Hertford House, Wallace's London home, and faces the park entrance.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Lisburn
Irish Linen Centre - Lisburn Museum
Irish Linen Centre - Lisburn Museum
The events hall has been enlarged and
120 minutes
Hillsborough Castle
Hillsborough Castle
The building was begun in 1760 by Wills
60 minutes
Hillsborough Fort
Hillsborough Fort
Its construction (1630-1650) was
60 minutes
Hillsborough Court House
Hillsborough Court House
At the centre of the square stands a two
15 minutes
Christchurch Cathedral
Christchurch Cathedral
The town is dominated by the cathedral
15 minutes
Castle gardens
Castle gardens
The site of the castle, to the north of
30 minutes