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  • 1 Ardboe Cross Interesting

    Museums and art

    The cross standing at the entrance to the cemetery around the ruins of a 17C church is the finest in the entire province of Ulster. It is richly sculpted with biblical scenes - from the Old Testament on the east side and the New Testament on the west..

  • 2 Parkanaur Forest Park Interesting

    Nature and gardens


    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 exhib..

  • 3 Clogher Cathedral Interesting

    Religious buildings


    The cathedral dominates the village from the top of the hill where it was built between 1740 and 1745 in an austere classical style. Its tower is wide and topped with a balustrade and four bell towers. Two stone crosses (9 and 10C), stand in the ceme..

  • 4 Knockmany Tomb Interesting

    Archaeological and historical sites


    From the top of the hill, a fine view stretches t the south, beyond Knockmany Forest, on the Clogher Valley. A concrete bunker with a skylight was built in 1959 to protect the cair from extremes of weather, but the stones of the funerary chamber rema..

  • 5 Simpson-Grant Homestead

    Architecture, castles and historic districts


    The visitor centre presents the history of an Irish-Scots plantation belonging to the Simpson family (that of US President Ulysses Simpson Grant), and the links between Ulster and America. The 17C house was restored in 1978 to its mid-19C state. On t..

  • 6 Benburb Castle

    Architecture, castles and historic districts


    The remains of the castle are set on a tortured site. The castle, built by Sir Richard Wingfield in 1611, replaced an earlier O'Neill fortress. The entrance is guarded by two rectangular towers containing rooms with fireplaces. The walls have musket ..

  • 7 Castlecaufield

    Architecture, castles and historic districts


    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..

  • 8 Errigal Keerogue Cross

    Religious buildings

    In the churchyard stands the incomplete form of a cross. Two yew trees have grown up among the ruins of the medieval church. Believed to have been founded by Franciscans in 1489, the church is on the site of an ancient monastery dedicated to St Kiera..

  • 9 Cornmill Heritage Centre

    Museums and art

    Lineside Coalisland

    The large brick mill that dominates the town centre was built in 1907; considerably renovated, it is now a heritage centre, where an exhibition relates the past of this industrial region, unique in Ireland.

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