This section contains information about living here, shopping, education, sport and leisure, things to do, places to see and events that happen throughout the year.
Armagh is located within the Southern Health and Social Care Trust area.
Here you can find information about doctors, dentists and local hospitals.
General Practitioner (GP) Surgeries
Local doctors are also known as General Practitioners (GPs). There are three surgeries located at the Health Centre close to the centre of Armagh. To access health services you should register with a GP surgery as soon as possible at your local health centre.
Further information on registering with a GP Surgery and details on other health services can be found on the government services nidirect website at: nidrect – Health Services.
GP Out of Hours Service
A GP out of hours service is available for serious urgent medical problems that cannot wait until the GP surgery is next open. GP Out-of-Hours Centres.
Further information on dental care and treatment can be found on the indirect website at: nidirect – Health Service dental charges and treatments
Craigavon Area Hospital is the closest acute hospital to Armagh and is about 20 minutes away.
Cost of Living
Here you can find information on important matters such as finding a home, taxes, utilities, healthcare and childcare.
Shopping in Armagh
Find out about the range of shops and supermarkets in and around Armagh.
There are a large number of family-friendly green spaces in and around Armagh where you can enjoy a range of activities.
Northern Ireland is renowned for the good quality of its education. Whether you are considering pursuing part-time studies or have children of school age, there is a variety of good quality schools and colleges around Armagh.
Armagh is well served by a range of good quality nursery schools, pre-schools and play groups. There is a variety of primary schools (first level education) and secondary schools (second level education) to choose from.
Further information on educational services in Northern Ireland can be found on the Education Authority School Search facility Search Schools | Education Authority Northern Ireland
Third Level Education
There are three universities in Northern Ireland. Queen’s University Belfast is located in the Centre of Belfast. Ulster University has campuses in Belfast, Jordanstown, Coleraine and Derry/Londonderry. The Open University also has a presence in Belfast.
The Southern Regional College is a further education college with campuses in Armagh, Newry and Banbridge. The College runs a wide range of full-time and part-time further education courses and includes many evening classes.
Sports & Leisure
Armagh is home to many clubs dedicated to sports and leisure. Whether you are looking for adrenaline-charged experiences or relaxing leisure activities, Armagh is sure to have something for you.
A Taste of Armagh
Armagh has much to offer by way of food and drink; arts and culture and history and heritage.
Activities Beyond Armagh
There are many opportunities to explore the region on day trips and to enjoy the beauty and splendour of the wider area.