The historic county of gold, crafts and… gliding!
Northern Ireland’s mountain beauties are a walker's paradise
Discovered during peat cutting in the 1940s the site at Beaghmore consists of 7 stone circles.
Visitors are welcome to peruse the wide range of paintings.
A megalithic, wedge-shaped tomb dating from around 4,000 - 4,500 years ago.
Rosemary produces high quality textile art, watercolours and ltd edition prints of some of her work.
A woodland walk through the grounds of Blessingbourne Estate
The three trails are clearly signposted and start and finish in Clogher.
Dromore Mound (also known as Dromore Motte and Bailey).
Gallery displaying watercolours, oils and other artistic media by local and established artists.
The Alley Arts and Conference Centre is an award winning theatre complex.
Join us walking in the footsteps of the O’Neil clan.
Lap The Lough is an annual, not-for-profit cycle event around Lough Neagh, Ireland. This is Lap 13.
Immerse yourself in the story of Irish emigration at the museum that brings it to life.
Challenge yourself to an exhilarating 7km bespoke mountain bike trail set in the grounds of the ...
Dún Uladh is a centre which showcases Irish culture: dance, song, language, crafts and much more.
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