This is a short, easy to follow trail through the village which explains the wonderful rich heritage and culture of this beautiful conservation area. Having been a settlement for over 400 years, Moneymore’s historic past can still be seen in a range of important architectural buildings which hide behind the busy village of today.
The young at heart can discover the trail and enjoy doing some simple brass rubbing. If you ask at the Manor House Reception or Springhill House you can get some paper and wax crayons. Take these on your trail and look for the brass insert on every interpretation plaque located beside each building numbered on the map. See if you can use the rubbings to spell ‘moneymore’, you may have to search for the correct letters.
There are 17 points of interest along the Trail: Manor House | Model Village | Library | The Old Market House | Drapers Arms | First Presbyterian Church | Manor Park | The Manse | The Orange Hall | The New Market House | The Corn Store | Gaol | The Common Barn | Springhill House | St John’s and St Trea’s Church | Second Presbyterian Church |The New Church at Moneymore
Download the 'Visit Cookstown' Smartphone Guide from www.visitcookstownapp.com/app
. Find an introductory video tour, audio tours of the 17 points of interest and videos on the following subjects: Moneymore Origins | Moneymore Rebellion | Prosperity in Moneymore in the 19th Century | Moneymore Churches | Springhill House.