County Antrim

County Antrim, or Aontroim in Irish, is located on the north-east shore of Lough Neagh in Northern Ireland. It has beautiful rugged landscape and is home to the World Heritage Site, Giant’s Causeway. Our county town is Antrim town and we have a population of approximately 618,108.

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Timeline from County Antrim

Read about the big and small events that shaped the heritage of County Antrim

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Workman Families of Larne 19 Mar 2019 1:10
Scullen Family to America, 1850 7 Mar 2019 21:59
James COBHAM b.1808, Alexander Cobham b.1795; William Lewis Cobham b.1815 > Relationships? related to Rev James Cobham of Broadisland? 26 Feb 2019 0:18
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County Antrim Local Guide

Find more information about visiting County Antrim and the local amenities that are available to you.

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Latest Events from County Antrim

Street Session, Ireland
Ceili Club
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