Omagh

  1. Harry Avery's Castle

    Omagh, County Tyrone

    This fortification is thought to have been built circa1320 by a local chieftain of the O’Neill clan. Read more

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  2. The Gallery Omagh

    Omagh, County Tyrone

    The Gallery at Strule Arts Centre hosts a range of exhibitions all year round. Read more

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  3. Loughmacrory Wedge Tomb

    Omagh, County Tyrone

    Located 3km from An Creggan this is a burial chamber which has a front chamber. Read more

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  4. Aghascrebagh Ogham Stone

    Omagh, County Tyrone

    Aghascrebagh Ogham Stone is the only example in County Tyrone. Read more

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  5. Dun Ruadh

    Omagh, County Tyrone

    Dun Ruadh, meaning "Red Fort", is situated near the site of Crouk School. Read more

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  6. Gormleys Fine Art (Omagh gallery)

    Omagh, County Tyrone

    Gallery displaying watercolours, oils and other artistic media by local and established artists. Read more

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  7. Goles Forest

    Omagh, County Tyrone

    Located off the Glenelly Road between Draperstown and Cranagh, Goles Forest offers forest ... Read more

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  8. Newtownstewart Castle

    Omagh, County Tyrone

    The power of the O’Neill chieftains in Tyrone came to an end in 1607. Read more

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  9. Goles Stone Row

    Omagh, County Tyrone

    An ancient stone alignment believed to be associated with rituals to observe the rising moon. Read more

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  10. Clogherny Wedge Tomb

    Omagh, County Tyrone

    This well preserved and unusual monument is in an extensive area of blanket peat. Read more

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