Days Out in County Tyrone

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Map of County Tyrone

Todd’s Leap

Todds Leap, Todds Leap Road, Ballygawley, Dungannon BT70 2BW, UK

The Argory

The Argory, Derrycaw Road, Dungannon, UK

Annaginny Park and Farm

Annaginny Park Farm, Annaginny Road, Dungannon, UK

Todds Leap

Todds Leap, Todds Leap Road, Seskilgreen, Dungannon, UK

Ulster American Folk Park

Ulster American Folk Park, Mellon Road, Omagh, UK

Information about County Tyrone

Situated at the heart of Northern Ireland, County Tyrone is a captivating and diverse region that captivates with its rich history, natural beauty, and a myriad of activities for everyone to enjoy. Bounded by County Londonderry to the north, County Fermanagh to the west, and County Armagh to the southeast, County Tyrone is characterized by its rolling hills, lush landscapes, and the warm hospitality that defines its towns and villages.

The Sperrin Mountains, extending across the western part of the county, provide a scenic backdrop for outdoor enthusiasts and avid hikers. Gortin Glen Forest Park, nestled within the Sperrins, offers serene walking trails, picturesque drives, and opportunities for cycling, fishing, and birdwatching.

Rich in historical landmarks, County Tyrone invites visitors to delve into its past. The graceful Omagh Courthouse and Strule Arts Centre in Omagh, the county’s principal town, showcase a seamless blend of architectural elegance and cultural vitality. The Ulster American Folk Park, located near Omagh, immerses visitors in the historical emigration journey from Ulster to America.

For those in search of leisure and recreation, County Tyrone boasts an abundance of golf courses, including the renowned Royal County Down Golf Club. The county’s waterways, such as the meandering River Blackwater, provide opportunities for fishing and leisurely boat trips.

Charming market towns like Cookstown and Dungannon are celebrated for their historic marketplaces, boutique shops, and lively local culture. The Beaghmore Stone Circles, an archaeological gem near Cookstown, offers a fascinating insight into ancient megalithic structures.

Tyrone GAA, embodying the county’s sporting fervor, particularly in Gaelic football and hurling, invites both locals and visitors to experience the excitement of a live match.

In County Tyrone, the possibilities for things to do are abundant, ensuring that visitors can immerse themselves in a diverse array of experiences. Whether exploring historical sites, indulging in outdoor activities, or participating in cultural events, County Tyrone invites individuals to discover the warmth of its communities and the multitude of activities that make it a compelling destination in Northern Ireland.

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