Intriguing Armagh-related artifacts going back to the Neolithic age fill this history museum on the Mall. Highlights include a collection of 19th-century Irish bog oak jewelry; Irish police uniforms from the 1820s up to the mid-20th century; and a collection of elaborate fans from around the world, from as far back as the 1700s. Chillingly, the museum also has a genuine scold’s bridle, an iron torture instrument and “correctional” device that was placed over a woman’s head, with a spike inside her mouth to prevent her from talking. It’s part of the same National Museums Northern Ireland collective that includes the excellent Ulster Museum and the Folk & Transport Museum.