No. 5 Vicar’s Hill in Armagh

No. 5 Vicar’s Hill is located in Armagh (county of Armagh)

Address: The Registry, 5 Vicar’s Hill, Armagh
Postcode: BT61 7ED

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Phone: 0044 (0) 28 3752 3142
E-mail: admin@armaghpubliclibrary.co.uk

No 5 Vicars’ Hill was built in 1772 as the Diocesan Registry by Archbishop Richard Robinson as part of his plans for the improvement of the City of Armagh. It held records for the Church of Ireland and Armagh Diocese: the octagonal rooms contained many public as well as Church records. While the Diocesan records are no longer kept in the building, some examples are on display, with ancient coins, gems, significant prints, early Christian artefacts and other collections and curiosities from Armagh Public Library. The deceptively large building, which resembles a modest dwelling from the outside, has a fascinating interior and retains many of its original features.


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