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    Eikon Exhibition Centre, Lisburn -

    Northern Ireland’s newest and largest purpose built venue, Eikon Exhibition Centre at Balmoral Park. This fantastic venue is situated only one mile from Spruefield Retail Park off Junction 7 on the M1 Motorway. Eikon’s location adjacent to Sprucefield on the edge of Lisburn City is ideal for both trade and public events. Belfast City is […]

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    Millennium Forum, Derry -

    The Millennium Forum is a theatre and conference centre in Newmarket Street, Derry, Northern Ireland. It was the first purpose built theatre in Derry and opened in 2001. It has a seating capacity of 1000 and the largest theatre stage in Ireland. The Millennium Forum does not have a car park, so there are no […]

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    Belfast Waterfront, Belfast -

    Belfast Waterfront is a multi-purpose conference and entertainment centre, in Belfast, Northern Ireland, designed by local architects’ firm Robinson McIlwaine. Practice partner Peter McGuckin was the project architect. There are two privately owned car parks adjacent to the venue with dedicated accessible spaces on all levels.  There are also wide bays available on the ground […]

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    Barry's Amusements, Portrush -

    Barry’s Amusement is one of the bigger attractions for all the family in Portrush, with lots of rides and amusements to entertain everyone. There is no parking available on-site for Barry’s, but disability parking is available at various spots around the town, near to the venue. The amusement park is all on the level, to […]

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    Theatre Royal Haymarket -

    Due to the age of the building, facilities that cater to people with disabilities are slim with seats removed at the back of the theatre to act as wheelchair bays. There is no access to the reception desk as there are steps up to it. However, there are a number of ushers standing in the […]

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    Todds Leap, Ballygawley -

    Todds Leap an activities centre, which features a purpose built off road course and an electrifying mix of fun filled unique adventure and team building activities. The most electrifying choice of outdoor activities Northern Ireland can offer – a fantastic mix of fun-filled adventure for team building days. The main buildings at Todds Leap are […]

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    Aviva Stadium, Dublin -

    Aviva Stadium is a sports stadium located in Dublin, Ireland, with a capacity for 51,700 spectators. It is home to its chief tenants: the Irish Rugby union team and the Ireland soccer team. The stadium also hosts concerts throughout the year. Access in and out of the stadium poses no problems and is easy to […]

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    The Duke of York, Belfast -

    Nestled along a narrow cobbled alleyway in the historic Half Bap area, the Duke offers a traditional Belfast welcome of craic, music and humour in contrast to the modern fashionable establishments currently blowing into the surrounding streets. Unfortunately the alleyway is cobbled, which makes it very difficult for people in wheelchairs and with mobility problems […]

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    Croke Park, Dublin -

    Croke Park is the home the Gaelic Athletic Association. At it, there is a sports stadium, museum and business conference centre. It is also used for outdoor concerts in the city. There is disabled seating at Croke Park in the Lower Cusack section of the stadium, which can be accessed from St. Joseph’s Avenue off […]

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    Daly's Bar, Omagh -

    Daly’s Bar is located at the top of High Street in Omagh, beside the Courthouse. There is a small step into the bar, which creates problems with people in wheelchairs to get over. With assistance, it does not cause too much problems, however there is another door within and it can be a tight squeeze […]