Lisburn, a city in Northern Ireland is located south west of Belfast. Lisburn is known for its durable linen, Irish linen that is woven form the flax fibre grown in farms of Ireland. The linen that one purchases from the Irish Linen Centre will contain the Irish Guild Trademark.
Castle Gardens is the most important historical site in Lisburn that is a 17th century manor house built by the Landlords of Lisburn. The splendid gardens were gifted by Lady Wallace to the local people of Lisburn. Wallace Parks located in the heart of Lisburn is an ideal niche for a family day out. The park gets its name from the Philanthropist Sir Richard Wallace. The main features of the park are the floodlit tennis courts, new Soccer Pavilion and the Duck Pond. Lisburn – haven for kids!
Lisburn is the perfect place to hang out with your kids as it has an amazing array of children’s activity centres and parks. Charlie’s Den is a woodland theme park with wall paintings of butterflies, ladybirds, and much more. Lagan Valley houses a leisure park that contains the fastest and thriving water flumes such as the Falling Rapids, the Space Bowl, spa pools and dancing water fountains. The Lisburn museum opens door to the world of spun yarns and handlooms. Visitors can also buy the best linen of Europe and other souvenirs from the museum shops.
Lisburn is a major centre for shopping. The city is hoarded with shops like Bow Street Mall that comprises over 70 stores, and many eateries. Lisburn Squares is home to many outdoor shopping centres, bars, cafes and restaurants.