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June, 2024


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Local Attractions

Donaghmore is a picturesque village in Co. Tyrone, which has a long association with heritage & culture

Donaghmore Village

Donaghmore is renowned for its High Cross at the top of the Main Street, dating back to the 10th century. The carved biblical scenes are similar to those on the Ardboe cross. The nearby Heritage Centre is based in a converted 19th-century school. Donaghmore is a rural village but lies in close proximity to Dungannon and Cookstown.

The Bardic Theatre, Donaghmore

Over the last 30 years, Bardic Theatre has become widely recognised as a professional community theatre, not only for its top quality professional productions which have nurtured a ream of household theatre & show-biz names, but mostly for its ground-breaking community impact in Mid Ulster.

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Hill of The O’Neill & Ranfurly House Arts and Visitor Centre

Discover the history and heritage right on your doorstep with a guided tour of Hill of The O’Neill & Ranfurly House. On your tour you will learn how Hill of The O’Neill was one of the most important historical sites in the history of Ireland.

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Linen Green, Dungannon

Located just outside Dungannon, off junction 15 on the M1 motorway Linen Green choice of quality shops and designer brands that simply aren’t found anywhere on the High Street. Browse around the shops or stop for something to eat in the cafes there.

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Seamus Heaney HomePlace

Seamus Heaney HomePlace is a purpose-built arts and literary centre, which celebrates the life and work of the late poet and Nobel Laureate, Seamus Heaney, and contributes to his legacy.

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Oxford Island

Oxford Island is located on the South-Eastern shores of Lough Neagh, County Armagh. Owned and managed by Armagh City, Banbridge & Craigavon Council much of the area is designated as a National Nature Reserve due to the diversity and local importance of habitats such as reed beds, open water, wildlife ponds, forests and wildflower meadows.

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Todds Leap Activity Centre

Todds Leap offers amazingly fun outdoor adventures in a beautiful Forest & Countryside of Ballygawley, Tyrone. Try your hand at zorbing, zip line or the mother of all swings - get harnessed into the giant swing and enjoy the sky high thrill.

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The Jungle

Indulge the senses with our unique, adrenaline-packed adventure activities such as Zorbing, Paintball, High Wire Tree Top Adventure Courses, Clay Pigeon Shooting, Forest Segways, Llama Trekking and much more. The Jungle is located on the A29 between Cookstown and Magherafelt.

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Armagh Planetarium

Head to the Armagh Planetarium for a unique and out of this world experience. Star gaze in the Digital Dome Theatre, or explore the exhibitions - you can even touch the largest meteorite on display in Ireland, which is a mere 4.6 billion years old.

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The Ulster American Folk Park

An open-air museum just outside Omagh, in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. With more than 30 exhibit buildings to explore, the museum tells the story of three centuries of Irish emigration.

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Out and About

We are lucky to have some of the best parks around the area:

  • Dungannon Park
  • Parkanour
  • The Argory
  • Drum Manor Forest Park
  • Gortin Glen Forest Park
  • Peatlands Park
  • Oxford Island
  • Davagh Forest