Northern Ireland’s largest mountain range is a walker’s wonderland
Explore the past, see the crafts and go for gold!
Open all year. Wheelchair access. Provides a first class information service for visitors to ...
The power of the O’Neill chieftains in Tyrone came to an end in 1607.
Seven miles of sand with magnificent mountain and cliff scenery and stunning views across the bay.
Cost: £5 per show including workshop (parents/guardians go free)
Visitors are welcome to peruse the wide range of paintings.
The perfect spa break destination combining stunning settings and expertly prepared treatments.
Aghascrebagh Ogham Stone is the only example in County Tyrone.
Children's soft play centre with slides, ball pools, climbing frames, rope bridges, disco room, etc.
Bringing the Bronze Age to Life at An Creagán.
An exciting living history tour showcasing the historic Hill Of The O'Neill in Dungannon
The Big Days for kids surfing lessons start in the summer from July to September (ages 6-12 years)
Own your own pony/horse for a week!
Attracting top Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland rally drivers and co-drivers, this event ...
From €468 per week
12 days from $4545 per person
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