A bustling city just eight miles to the west of Belfast, Lisburn sits on the banks of the River Lagan between County Antrim and County Down. As the third largest city in Northern Ireland, it is a key centre of culture and commerce.
The Irish Linen Centre and the Lisburn Museum, housed in the same building, are two of the city’s main attractions. Inside a grand 18th century building, visitors learn about both local history and the story of linen manufacture across Ireland. Nearby, the Christ Church Cathedral dates back to 1708 and allows members of the public to visit outside of services.
In Colin Glen Forest Park, children and adults alike revel amid the woodland, which in the summertime becomes carpeted in local wildflowers. Although basic in areas, this park has become a vital part of Lisburn life.
From Ravernet to Maze Town and from Hillhall to Ballyskeagh, Floom’s Lisburn flower delivery service covers the entire town.