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Awaken your Giant Spirit

  1. The Stargazer sculpture as part of the Sperrin Sculpture Trail

    Nestled in the heart of Northern Ireland, the Sperrin Mountains offer nature lovers and adventure seekers an unforgettable experience.  And deep within this beautiful landscape, lie three gentle and majestic giants. 

  2. Days outs at Todds Leap are all about getting outdoors, spending time with friends and having lots of fun! There are over 20 action packed activities available including off road driving, a 500m zipline, a giant swing, a free fall drop zone, woodland trails and the Big Yella Slide, all spread across a purpose-built off-road track, so getting around is really fun!
    1. Journey back in time at the Ulster American Folk Park, from the Old World of Ulster to the New World of America. Learn what life was like in rural Ulster, step on board the full-scale emigrant ship and enjoy craft demonstrations performed by guides in traditional costumes.
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    2. Image of a glass sided building from across a flower and shrub filled courtyard
      Nestled in the heart of the Clogher Valley where style and elegance meets country hospitality, this idyllic 4* 17th Century House offers a haven of tranquillity. A warm welcome awaits you in this family owned and managed charming William and Mary.
    3. The Wild Atlantic Distillery is an award-winning whiskey, gin and vodka distillery based in County Tyrone, drawing inspiration from the spectacular rugged coastline.
    4. A couple looking up at a telescope at the OM Dark Sky Observatory
      Take a journey through time and space with a visitor experience that’s out of this world. Book your visit to Northern Ireland’s only International Dark Sky Park.
      1. 1 Jan 202331 Dec 2029
    5. The outside exterior of The Copper Tap
      You just can’t miss it as you turn the corner on Castle Street. Why not spend a while at the vibrant and modern Copper Tap? A bar and restaurant with something for everyone, with cuisine on the menu from near and far and plenty of drinks to choose from. And if you find yourself here on a weekend, you can be sure you’ll catch some of the local musical talent.
    6. Front entrance to The Lower House Bar
      Pretty as a picture is this fine place in Donaghmore, which is a good-looking kind of a town to begin with. The Lower House has stood its ground here since the 18th Century, but the family owners haven’t let the grass grow under their feet. Every detail here is as sharp as the edge on some of their finest whiskeys, gins and beers, and as finely tuned as the music you’ll hear of a weekend.
    7. A woman walking along a path in Davagh Forest.
      The true definition of a hidden gem, Davagh Forest is an International Dark Sky Park and lies approximately 6 miles north west of Cookstown in an untouched rural landscape of rolling hills and sweeping forests.
      1. Explore ancient ritual sites and habitats in West Tyrone with a qualified landscape guide and ecologist. Join Martin Bradley on a visit to sites that were sacred in Bronze and Iron Age Ireland; to the tombs and standing stones, the quaking bogs, the healing wells and other places of powerful magic.
      2. Young girl being taught archery by a guide named Janet while her parents watch on at Todds Leap Activty Centre in Ballygawley, County Tyrone.

        As Northern Ireland’s largest county, Tyrone is the daddy of them all when it comes to fun and adventure. You’ll pack loads into a few days here. So, pack your bikes and helmets, walking boots and fleeces, and gear for mucking about in. Hey, pack the dog if you feel like it. You’re all going to have a weekend you’ll never forget. Ready? Good, ‘cos we’ve got things to do, great food to eat and places to stay. 

      3. Activities & Attractions in County Tyrone
        Whether you’re into adventure and exercise, history and heritage, a quiet day’s fishing or adrenaline pumping pursuits, County Tyrone has everything you want. Take a look at the top things to get up to in the O’Neill County.
      4. Food & Drink in County Tyrone
        You’ll be busy in County Tyrone with so much to do and see. Chances are you’ll need a place to stop and refuel before everyone gets ‘hangry.’ Or somewhere a bit more relaxed in the evening for a family meal - or just the two of you. Maybe you want to taste the local culture over a beer or catch a game on the telly. Well, rest assured, you’re never far away from a restaurant, bar or pub here in County Tyrone.
      5. Accommodation in County Tyrone
        After a busy day of fun and adventure, music festivals or shopping, you’ll need a place to rest your weary head. From luxurious retreats in one of the many hotels in County Tyrone to self-catering family accommodation and B&Bs, you’re sure to find your perfect home away from home.
      6. A white Range Rover driving along a tree lined driveway towards Corick House Hotel and Spa in Clogher, County Tyrone.

        County Tyrone is the largest of the six counties in Northern Ireland and – to answer that common question around where is County Tyrone? – it's situated right in the heart of Ulster. So, it’ll come as no surprise to you that there’s a heartfelt welcome waiting for you there.

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