The White House Museum in Newtownabbey, perfectly perched along the picturesque Antrim coast, offers a captivating glimpse into Northern Ireland's rich history. Overlooking Belfast Lough for centuries, this museum provides an extraordinary look into the region's vibrant past. The White House has undergone a remarkable transformation throughout its 400-year history, serving as the strategic planning hub for William of Orange during the 'Battle of the Boyne' in 1690 and later as a 'Gospel Hall' in the 1990s. Today, it is lovingly managed by Dalaradia, preserving its historical significance. Exploring this hidden gem was a truly captivating experience, offering a unique perspective on Northern Ireland's colorful history. The dedication of the custodians is evident, ensuring this historical treasure remains for future generations to enjoy. The White House has unquestionably earned its place in this Top 100 Attractions book and is a must-visit attraction, and I eagerly anticipate my return.