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  • 1 Sperrin Heritage Centre

    Museums and art

    47 Derry Road GB - Cranagh KY10

    The natural beauty of the Sperrin Mountains is a background for the fine Glenelly Valley, where the heritage centre was built in the local style, in harmony with the three neighbouring cottages. The symbol of the centre is the buzzard, a bird of prey..

  • 2 Gray's Printery

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    49 Main Street GB - Strabane BT82 8AU

    A 19C printery with foot and hand presses has been preserved behind the Georgian front of this shop. Two apprentices from the region made a name for themselves in the US: John Dunlap (1747-1812), who learned his trade at Gray's, printed the US Declar..

  • 3 Wilson Ancestral Home

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    28 Spout Road GB - Strabane BT82

    The ancestral home of the Wilsons is a whitewashed hatched house where James Wilson, grandfather of Woodrow Wilson (US President 1913-1921), lived until he left for America aged 20 in 1807. the house still contains original furniture: a fold-down bed..

  • 4 Harry Avery's Castle

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Old Castle Road GB - Newtownstewart

    On the summit of a hill near Newtownstewart, Harry Avery's Castle has two semi-circular towers from a 14C Gaelic castle, built by Henry Aimbreidh O'Neill, who died in 1392. A wide view opens on the surrounding countryside.

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