Over 160 delegates attended the latest insight event in the Belfast studio, which set out to advise the local tourism industry on how to create exciting and innovative experiences around the burgeoning screen tourism sector.
The public will be invited to see behind the scenes of one of Northern Ireland’s leading jewellery companies, as it is officially named an ECONOMUSEE or working museum, at an event on Thursday 5 December.
Steensons, which handcrafts high quality, contemporary pieces of jewellery in its Glenarm workshop, will be the fourth ECONOMUSEE in Northern Ireland and the only working museum here specialising in this craft.
The formal gardens at Mount Stewart House in County Down have been restored to their former glory with the help of funding from the NITB.
The restoration project recreates the lavish and idiosyncratic planting style of Edith, Marchioness of Londonderry, the former owner whose efforts made the gardens completely unique during her heyday at Mount Stewart in the early to mid-twentieth century.
The Northern Ireland Tourist Board highlighted the best of what Northern Ireland has to offer visitors from the Republic of Ireland last night (21 November) at a major tourism event in Dublin.
The Northern Ireland Showcase – held at the city’s Royal Hospital Kilmainham – was attended by around 120 travel representatives and Republic of Ireland media figures.
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