Things to see and do - Omagh
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Omagh Travel guide
Omagh : Michelin's recommendations
Omagh is a quiet country town built on a steep slope overlooking the confluence of two rivers, the Camowen and Drumragh, which join here to form the Strule. The main street forks in front of the Courthouse (1820).
Tourist attractions Omagh : Things to see and do
A5 GB - Mountjoy BT78
The park is based around emigration in the 18 and 19C to America of around 250,000 Scots from Ulster called "Irish Scots" in the US. The generous assistance of the Mellon family of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, helped build this park around the..
B48 GB - Gortin
Inaugurated in 1967, this park only represents a part of the vast conifer Gortin Forest, reserved for commercial exploitation of building wood. The forest path (8 km, one way only), gives some fine views of the Sperrin Mountains. Detailed information..
Gortin Road GB - Omagh BT79 7DH
With free parking and free Wi-Fi, Silverbirch Hotel is 15 minutes’ walk from Omagh centre. There are stylish rooms and an Irish restaurant, and Erne Loughs are just 30 minutes away. The spacious bedrooms at the Silverbirch all have a private bathroo..