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  1. The Argory

    Dungannon, County Tyrone

    The Argory was built in the 1820s and its hilltop location offers wonderful views over the gardens.. Read more

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  2. Saint Columbas Parish Church

    Omagh, County Tyrone

    In 1777 the Mervyn family built Saint Columbas Parish Church. Bishop Knox added a tower and ... Read more

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  3. Saint Macartan's Cathedral

    Clogher, County Tyrone

    Architect: James Martin. Built by Bishop John Stearne in 1744, the cathedral is " cruciform, ... Read more

  4. Anne Kennedy, Tour Guide

    Dungannon, County Tyrone

  5. Benburb Castle

    Dungannon, County Tyrone

    Impressive 17th-century plantation castle, high above the Blackwater River. Read more

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  6. About Ulster

    County Tyrone, Northern Ireland

    About Ulster delivers upland, river and coastal exploration trips for the visitor who wishes to ... Read more

  7. Saint Patrick's Well, Magherakeel

    Castlederg, County Tyrone

    Situated in the Derg Valley along the ancient pilgrimage trail to Lough Derg, one of Ireland’s ... Read more

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  8. Davagh Forest

    Cookstown, County Tyrone

    Situated ten miles north west of Cookstown at the foothills of the Sperrin mountains, Davagh ... Read more

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  9. McKenna Gallery

    Omagh, County Tyrone

    Purpose built art gallery in Omagh close to the Strule Arts Centre and overlooking the Strule Weir. Read more

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  10. Peatlands Park

    Dungannon, County Tyrone

    Peatlands Country Park was the first of its type in the British Isles. Read more

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