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  1. Image of a couple looking over to the fort
    Arial image of the fort
    Arial image of the fort and surrounding fields
    Image of a smiling couple admiring a tree
    Image of a couple looking over to the fort
    Arial image of the fort
    Arial image of the fort and surrounding fields
    Image of a smiling couple admiring a tree

    Tullyhogue

    Address

    Tullywiggan Road, Tullyhogue, County Tyrone, BT80 8UB

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 28 9082 3207

    Price

    Free

    Type

    Type:

    Historic Site

    Tullaghoge Fort was a royal power centre which came to historical prominence in the 11th Century when it was a dynastic centre for Cenel nEogain (later the O’Neills).

    Price

    Free

    Facilities

    Provider Preferences

    • Free (parking charges may apply)

    Parking & Transport

    • On site parking
  2. St Lurachs Old Church and graveyard again a blue sunny sky

    Maghera

    Address

    Main Street, Maghera, County Londonderry, BT465EA

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 28 9082 3207

    Type

    Type:

    Historic Site

    The town of Maghera is a site of religious significance from ancient times.

  3. Errigal Kerrogue

    Dungannon

    Address

    54 Errigal Road, Dungannon, County Tyrone, BT702DE

    Type

    Type:

    Historic Site

    This site was originally a pre-Norman monastic site associated with St Ciaran (Dachiarag). It is referred to in the Annals in 810 & 838.

  4. A couple standing in the forest at St.Patricks Chair

    Augher

    Address

    22 Altadaven Road, Augher, County Tyrone, BT77 0HS

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 3000 132 132

    Type

    Type:

    Historic Sites, Houses, Castles & Buildings

    Also known as the Druids Chair and Well or St. Brigid’s Well, this large 2m sandstone ‘chair’, shaped like a throne is believed to have healing properties and local folklore says that if you sit and make a wish within days it will come true!

  5. Image of Donaghmore High Cross and the town

    Donaghmore

    Address

    Castlecaulfield Road, Donaghmore, Tyrone, BT70 3HB

    Telephone

    +44 (030) 0013 2132

    Type

    Type:

    Historic Site

    It was cobbled together from two different crosses in the 18th century (note the obvious join halfway up the shaft) and now stands outside the churchyard.

    The carved biblical scenes are similar to those on the Ardboe cross. The nearby Heritage…

  6. Image of Knockmany Passage Tomb

    Augher

    Address

    Knockmany Forest, Knockmany Road, Augher, County Tyrone, BT76 0DL

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 28 9082 3207

    Price

    Free

    Type

    Type:

    Historic Site

    On top of a steep hill, the tomb has a modern cairn over the top to protect prehistoric stones carved with zigzags, spirals and circles. Views across the Clogher Valley.

    Price

    Free
  7. Image of the towers on the hill with the sun setting behind them
    Image of the front of Ranfurly house from through a celtic circle
    Man dressed in costume leading a group
    Image of the towers at Hill of the O'Neill from below
    A table with glass case in the middle in the centre
    Two couples exploring Hill of the O'Neill
    Image of a brass cow
    A couple looking out through a window across Dungannon
    A man looking in the display cases
    Image of Hill of the O'Neill from above
    Image of the towers on the hill with the sun setting behind them
    Image of the front of Ranfurly house from through a celtic circle
    Man dressed in costume leading a group
    Image of the towers at Hill of the O'Neill from below
    A table with glass case in the middle in the centre
    Two couples exploring Hill of the O'Neill
    Image of a brass cow
    A couple looking out through a window across Dungannon
    A man looking in the display cases
    Image of Hill of the O'Neill from above

    Dungannon

    Address

    26 Market Square, Dungannon, County Tyrone, BT70 1AB

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 28 8772 8600

    Price

    Price £2.50 to £3.50 Activity

    Gradings

    • Three Star Quality Assurance
    Three Star Quality Assurance

    Type

    Type:

    Visitor Centres & Museums

    Ranfurly House is an impressive Victorian building located in Dungannon and gateway to the ancient site of Hill of The O’Neill.  Hill of The O’Neill is one of the most important heritage sites in Ireland with breath taking panoramic views over seven…

    Price

    Price £2.50 to £3.50 Activity

    Facilities

    Catering

    • Licensed

    Facilities

    Provider Preferences

    • Free (parking charges may apply)

    Facilities

    Leisure Facilities

    • Wifi

    Establishment Features

    • Wi-fi available
  8. Maghera

    Address

    Urbalshinny Road, Maghera, County Londonderry, BT46 5PD

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 28 9082 3207

    Price

    Free

    Type

    Type:

    Historic Site

    Nestled in a secluded area located 2.5 miles to the North West of Maghera, Tirkane is a well preserved Sweathouse or Sauna.

    Price

    Free

    Facilities

    Provider Preferences

    • Free (parking charges may apply)
  9. Standing stones at a Dolmen
    Standing and horizontal stones at a Dolmen
    Stones at a Dolmen
    Standing stones at a Dolmen
    Standing and horizontal stones at a Dolmen
    Stones at a Dolmen

    Maghera

    Address

    Tirnony Road, Maghera, County Londonderry, BT46 5RE

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 28 9082 3207

    Price

    Free

    Type

    Type:

    Historic Site

    One mile north of Maghera stands a prehistoric tomb at least 4,000 - 6,000 years old. Dolmens are tomb structures with standing stones and a horizontal capstone, found in a number of places in Ireland.

    Price

    Free

    Facilities

    Provider Preferences

    • Free (parking charges may apply)
  10. Image of the Beaghmore stone circle with the sun setting in the distance
    Image of the stones with a dimly lit sky behind
    Image of the Beaghmore stone circle with the sun setting in the distance
    Image of the stones with a dimly lit sky behind

    Cookstown

    Address

    Blackrock Road, Cookstown, County Tyrone, BT80 9PB

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 28 9082 3207

    Price

    Free

    Type

    Type:

    Historic Site

    Mysterious complex of 7 Bronze Age stone circles and alignments. It's where megalithic tombs and the mysterious Beaghmore stone circles stand as silent witnesses to the settlements that thrived here 6,000 years ago.

    Price

    Free

    Facilities

    Parking & Transport

    • Parking (free)
  11. Three ladies looking up at Ardboe High cross
    Three girls taking a photo of the 1000 year old high cross at Ardboe.
    Three ladies looking up at Ardboe High cross
    Three girls taking a photo of the 1000 year old high cross at Ardboe.

    Ardboe

    Address

    Battery Road, Ardboe, County Tyrone, BT80 0HU

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 28 9082 3207

    Price

    Free

    Type

    Type:

    Historic Site

    A 10th Century Cross situated on a rocky height on the shores of Lough Neagh. It is a national monument which is believed to be the first High Cross of Ulster. The cross stands 18.5 feet high and 3.5 feet wide.

    Price

    Free
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