Magheradroll Graveyard

Situated in Ballynahinch. Magheradroll’s walls stand in grandeur and ruins. Learn more about this old grave churchyard with Happy Ireland Productions.

A Curse in the Blacksmith’s Forge

This tale follows a curse enacted on the banks of the River Feale and where seven brothers of blacksmith trade swore vengeance onto foul play.

Carnlough Village

Covering notable points of interests such as Glenariff and narrations of surrounding past Carnlough. Find out more with Happy Ireland Productions!

The Lucky Sands of Banagher

Well that bates Banagher and Banagher bates the band - this known saying has been thought to come from the magical qualities of sand found on the Churchyard

Doon Well and Rock

Regarded as a prominent Holy Site in the county. Atop a hillock, learn more about this historical site situated in County Donegal!

The Caledon Estate and the Bonehouse

Learn more about this charming estate in Caledon, Co. Tyrone. Its history and its curious Bonehouse are regarded as something extraordinaire.

Deramore House

Thatched Deramore House, encased within its time-worn walls and beneath its quaint roof is historical. Read our blog on this piece of architecture!


In light of COVID-19, Happy Ireland Productions will be changing operations as we continue to monitor and navigate the situation. Happy Ireland will continue to be proactive, to care for our customers, partners and employees’ health, promising transparency and informed decisions. To help minimise and contain the spread of the virus we are evaluating our...

Devenish Island

Devenish island has always been revered by the people of the district. Our little lake journey begins at Carry Bridge, in the island town of Enniskillen. We pass the very picturesque Water Gate, with its two tall turrets standing mirrored over the peaceful waters of the River Erne. The water Gate is part of Enniskillen...

The Albert Memorial Clock

The Albert Memorial Clock- Belfast’s ‘Big Ben’ and Ireland’s leaning tower. Queen’s Square, Belfast Photo © William Murphy (cc-by-sa/2.0) In 1865, to honour Prince Albert, Prince Consort an open competition was held to construct a memorial of him in Belfast. Prince Albert was the late husband of Queen Victoria, who was only 42 when he died in...