St. Marcatin's Cathedral

The higher of the two hills on Enniskillen town was chosen by William Cole as a site for the first church completed in 1627. Hardly any of the original church remains, but part of its tower was incorporated into the present one and can be seen above the main entrance door where there is a small, old, three light lattice window and a stone with the date 1637.

It is essentially the 1842 church which remains today, visible for miles
around because of its 150 ft. tower and spire. Part of the nave is the Regimental Chapel of the Inniskilling Regiments.

Less than a dozen parish churches in Northern Ireland have towers with peals of eight or more bells and Enniskillen is one of these. The bells can also be chimed, and can
play well known hymns like “Abide with Me” written by a former pupil of Portora Royal School, Enniskillen, the Rev. Henry Francis Lyte.
NB. This map is based on the postcode and so may not reflect the exact location.

The nearest Tourist Information Centre is:

Fermanagh Visitor Information Centre
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