Things to see and do - Dungannon
Unmissable tourist sites
Dungannon Travel guide
Dungannon : Michelin's recommendations
Located on a hilltop in the middle of a rich agricultural area, Dungannon is the district's administrative centre. Its main activities are milk production, fruit farming, processing and packaging for these sectors, and the weekly cattle market. Dungannon also has numerous manufacturing industries, of which one of the oldest is textiles, and its Moygashel trademark (initiated in 1875) is world famous.
Tourist attractions Dungannon : Things to see and do
115 Coalisland Road GB - Dungannon BT70
This crystal factory was founded in 1971 and is open to the public. You can observe the different stages in the hand crafting of blown glass - preparing glass in fusion, blowing to give it shape, cooling, fault checking, bevelling, marking, cutting a..
A4 GB - Donaghmore BT70
Once the property of the Burgess family, Parkanaur is an estate planted with many rare plants. The walks lead through a Victorian French garden , to the stone arch and bridge, wash house and dam on the Torrent. The farm buildings (1843) house an e..
A45 GB - Donaghmore BT70
At the south-eastern end of the village stand the large ruins of a manor built between 1611 and 1619 by an ancestor of the counts of Charlemont, Sir Toby Caulfield, who commanded Charlemont Fort. His coat of arms is still visible on the guardroom, an..
60 Mian Street GB - Fivemiletown BT75 0PW
Just 20 minutes from Enniskillen, this independently owned, modern, 3-star hotel offers award-winning cuisine, free Wi-Fi and newly refurbished, stylish rooms with triple glazing and flat-screen TVs. The Valley Hotel has a convenient location, in th..
20 Corick Road GB - Clogher BT76 0BZ
Situated in the heart of Clogher Valley, 1 and half mile from the village of Augher, Corick House is a 17th century house with 43 rooms, free parking, spa facilities, a bar/restaurant, and beautifully landscaped gardens. Each spacious room at Corick..