Enniskillen Castle overlooks Lough Erne in Enniskillen, once the stronghold of Gaelic Maguire chieftains. The castle's history is traced from its beginnings as a Maguire Castle until its use as a barracks in the 1700s and 1800s.
When you step into the world of Belleek Pottery you enter one of Northern Ireland’s oldest and most fascinating attractions. Unique pieces are made using traditional methods passed down from generation to generation.
Florence Court is a truly welcoming home. The house, formerly the home of the Cole family, Earls of Enniskillen, is surrounded by a large area of parkland, garden and woodland, with breathtaking views to Benaughlin and the Cuilcagh Mountains.
The Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark, the only UNESCO Geopark in Northern Ireland, is one of Europe's finest show caves allowing visitors to explore a fascinating, natural underworld of rivers, waterfalls, winding passages and lofty chambers.
Set on the shores of Upper Lough Erne in Co. Fermanagh, Crom is one of Ireland's most important nature conservation areas.
These are a set of three sites which collectively comprise the Marlbank Nature Reserves. They include the Marble Arch Forest Nature Reserve, the Killykeeghan and Crossmurrin Nature Reserve and the Hanging Rock and Rossaa Nature Reserve. Over a relatively small area, visitors can discover caves, steep gorges, cliffs and woodlands, as well as areas of extended grassland covered in wildflowers.
Cuilcagh is a well established location for hillwalkers with an established network of trails that lead you in and around the Mountain Park. If reaching the summit is not for you, venturing someway into the park using one of the walking routes will give you a taste of the beauty that can be found there.
The Cuilcagh Way is a waymarked 20 miles/33km route. The more popular Legnabrocky section, which will bring you to the summit and back and offers stunning views of the area is linear walk 9miles/15km which takes around 5 hours
A trip to Headhunters Barber Shop & Railway Museum is like taking a remarkable journey into the past bringing the golden age of the railway vividly to life.
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Walking festival organised by Fermanagh District Council in conjunction with the Fermanagh, Cooneen/Coonian and Knockatallan Rambling Clubs.
Crom is one of Ireland's most important Nature Conservation areas, home to many rare species, including the elusive pine marten.