Hill of the O’Neill & Ranfurly House is one of Ireland’s most special places. This ancient site was both the setting of gruesome battles and home to one of Ireland’s most powerful dynasties.

The Arts & Visitors Centre is open for the public to learn about the Irish Culture and clan leaders who paved the foundations of what we now know as Ulster and Ireland.

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What We Did:

Creative Art Direction

UI/UX Design

Strategy and Planning


WordPress development, maintenance, training, and Support

The Challenge

Hill of the O’Neill & Ranfurly House required a modern website to showcase the facilities and extensive range of tours and events offered throughout the year. The WebsiteNI team were challenged with designing a site that showcased everything the tourist attraction has to offer, as well as creating a sense of allure to users on the site.

Our Solution

  • Immediate Captivation – The Hill of The O’Neill & Ranfurly House’s goal was to increase visitors to the historic destination. The aesthetic design of the site helps to create interest and intrigue with users. Thus, playing a crucial part in not only increasing time spent on the website, but also generating enquiries and increasing visitor numbers.
  • Giving Prominence to The Navigation – The Art’s and Visitor Centre has a wide-ranging target audience. This includes historical societies, families, tourists, schools and colleges. The websites menu was designed to ensure easy navigation to key areas on the site – Explore, What’s On, Learn and Venue Hire. Thus, enabling the wide variety of users to find the information they require quickly and easily.
  • Online Booking Integration – A booking system within the website allows the audience to seamlessly view and book exhibitions, tours or events. Specific dates and times can be selected quickly and easily.
  • Flexible WordPress content management system – Developed within the WordPress platform with an easy-to-use Content Management System. This enables administrators in the Arts & Visitors Centre to keep the website relevant and up-to-date. Details about events and exhibitions can be added or updated, as well as changes made to existing images and content.