Omagh or Óghmaigh meaning "The Virgin Plain" is a town within County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom. It sits along the confluence of the rivers Camoven and Drumragh and primarily experiences cold weather all year round. Its earliest known history dates back 792 AD when a Franciscan friary was founded within its territory. The area currently serves as a county town for County Tyrone and is famous for its Gaelic games, leisure facilities and cultural heritage.
Top Attractions within OmaghGortin Glen Forest Park
can be found six miles north of Omagh on the main B48 road between Gortin and Omagh. In this beautiful location you can find marked trails, horse-riding facilities and an enclosed deer-herd. Mountain biking is allowed in certain parts of the forest and a special five-mile long drive has been created allowing visitors to experience the magnificent views that the area has to offer. Omagh Courthouse
towers along the High Street of the town of Omagh in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom. The celebrated John Hargrave of Cork designed the building. Omagh Courthouse is famous for its architectural style and finely restored interior that seemingly takes its visitors to the past. Omagh Leisure Complex
covers over 26-acres of land within the town of Omagh and offers one of the country's most modern sports and leisure facilities. It is located at Old Mountfield Road, Omagh, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom. A 25-metres swimming pool, giant water slides, steam room suites, conditioning room, keep fit studio, kiddies corner, squash, handball and racquetball courts and synthetic floodlit pitches are just some of the complex's facilities. Ulster American Folk Park
lies within Mellon Road, Castletown, Omagh, County Tyrone, England, United Kingdom. The venue highlights how the lives of the town's locals during the by gone era were as well as the story on how a large number of people from the Northern Ireland migrated to the United States of America sometime between the 18th and 19th centuries. Its other attractions include a picturesque site, shops and a number of costumes to try on and have a picture with. Click here
for more information. Sacred Heart Church
can be found along Castle Street, Omagh, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, England, United Kingdom. The building dates back to the year 1899. It was designed by William Hague and is famous for its impressive architectural style, beautiful interiors and for being an ideal place to relax, meditate or pray. Strule Arts Centre
is situated within the town of Omagh in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom. It is a venue of multi-purpose with features including a dance studio, cafe, theatres and visual arts gallery. The centre serves as one of its town's venue for upholding and empowering the area's arts and culture making it one of the finest places to visit in Northern Ireland.
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