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Relax & Rejuvenate (Sperrins & Tyrone)


Visit The Hill of The O’Neill & Ranfurly House Arts & Visitor Centre, Dungannon
This elevated site above the town of Dungannon was the seat of the Gaelic O'Neills of Ulster.  Explore the public park with its sweeping views and 18th century tower ruins.
Follow one or of the four Sperrins Scenic Driving Routes (North, South, East and Central), which were included in the National Geographic’s list of the world’s top 101 scenic drives in 2012.
Discover the romantically wild rugged landscape of Tyrone & Sperrins on a scenic drive.
Visit Drum Manor Forest Park, Cookstown
This 18th century demesne forest park is home to shrub, butterfly and Japanese gardens, and is a beautiful place to explore.
Check into The Silverbirch Hotel, Omagh
Check in and enjoy a relaxing stay at the 3* Silverbirch Hotel and have dinner in the Barreta Bar & Grill.


Spend the morning in the Ulster American Folk Park, Omagh
Immerse yourself in living history and learn the fascinating story of Irish emigration.
Stop in at Harry Avery’s Castle and admire the architecture of a bygone era
This medieval towerhouse is believed to have been built around 1320 by a chieftain of the O’Neill clan.
Stop off at the village of Sion Mills and have lunch
A village rich in architectural heritage, such as the Church of The Good Shepherd, the old flax mill and two storey cottages dotted throughout the village.  It’s well worth a walk around.
Make your way to Strabane and marvel at The Tinnies
Visit Gray’s Printing Press, Strabane
Situated in the heart of Strabane, Gray's looks like any other shop front. However, behind its elegant facade is the fascinating story of ink, galleys, presses and emigration.
Enter the world of the 'White House' and visit the Wilson Ancestral Home
The Wilson Ancestral Home provides an opportunity to take a step back in time and enter the world of the ‘White House’.
Continue your scenic drive through the Sperrin Mountains
Depart for home

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Tyrone & Sperrins YouTube Channel
Flavour of Tyrone
Tyrone Good Food Circle