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Lough Neagh Discovery Centre, Craigavon

(4/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • Lovely coffee bar with spectacular view of Lough Neagh . Very child friendly and bringing a prayer into the restaurant was no problem at all. A great place to meet friends for a catch up. 
  • Considering how close the centre is to the M2 it is an amazing oasis of peace and tranquility. Anyone who loves nature or simply enjoys a good walk should make this a regular place to visit. The centr...  more »
  • This place is easy to find just off the Lurgan junction of the m1 signed for oxford island. Very much worth a visit and lovely walks around the shore. The restaurant also does lovely Sunday lunches. R...  more »
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  • A lovely setting. Please call ahead as the exhibitions are not available year-round. The centre is used for conferences in off-season so you might be disappointed. Outdoors is pleasant with water birds to admire. Plenty of space for children to enjoy.
  • Always a pleasure to visit. Cafe isn't great but the staff are friendly and nice surroundings
  • Gate closed at 9 even on summer evenings. Would be good if it stayed open later.
  • Loads to do and see if like me you love birds plants trees & especially DUCKS it's a great place for a day out. Even in winter the spacious hides are warm and the views spectacular. Bring your binoculars and wildlife identification guides plus a few quid to spend in the shop which you've no chance of escaping without at least one purchase (more if you bring kids). Plenty of good parking. Well worth a trip with new visitors to our shores.
  • Beautiful views. Love being next to water admiring creation i.e. ducks, rabbits, swans, etc.