Immerse yourself in the beauty of Northern Ireland’s largest county.
Uncover Tyrone’s rich history with stone circles and a fascinating museum.
Discovered in the 1940s when peat was being cut, the mysterious Beaghmore Stone Circles are believed to be part of a ceremonial site.
A colorful and living vision of the past through exciting reconstructions, the Ulster Park focuses on the period from 8000BC to the 17th century.
Tyrone has things covered with top golf and a touch of cricket
Enjoy a spot of cricket at the Bready Cricket Club, particularly enjoyable if the sun makes an appearance, and you can either partake or stretch out your legs as a spectator!
With Tyrone local Darren Clarke one of the world’s greatest players, it’s no surprise that the county has a passion for the game. Check out the Omagh or Newtownstewart for excellent 18 holes, or try the Fintona 9-hole course, which rates in the top nine around the country.
The Sperrin Mountains are renowned for their exquisite beauty and are one of the largest upland areas in Ireland. The heatherclad slopes and gentle hills offer great walking opportunities with the 40km Central Sperrins Way walk a particular highlight.
Explore the exceptional history of Tyrone from the quest for gold to emigration.
This multi-media center covers life in Tyrone from local customs to the quest for gold.
This open-air museum tells the story of Irish emigration to America in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Culture & Festivals
A love of traditional music is at the heart of Tyrone’s cultural life
Headquarters of Comhaltas Ceoltori Eireann, the organisation that promotes Irish traditional culture, Dun Uladh is open every Saturday night for a trad session with free entry.
Beautiful and unique, each piece of Tyrone Crystal is blown, hand-cut and polished. A visit to the factory includes a guided tour, during which you can learn all about the fascinating manufacturing process.
Eating, Drinking & Luxury
Settle down for the night in an atmospheric country house.
This lovely Georgian spot sits on a slight hill just outside the town of Dungannon and is surrounded by gorgeous grounds, which enhance the feeling of peace and tranquility.
Nestled at the foot of the Sperrin Mountains, Hawthorn House has both a beautiful location and a lovely warm atmosphere. Enjoy pleasant bedrooms, a bistro bar and a renowned restaurant.
From designer outlet to contemporary crafts, Tyrone has it covered.
This beautiful old weavers cottage has been transformed into a unique crafts shop with art from reputed local artists and the best contemporary crafts.
This designer outlet village on the site of a former linen mill includes top brand names like Paul Costelloe, Anne Storey, Helen McAlinden and Foxford Giftware.