Exploring Omagh: A Guide to the Town’s Highlights

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Exploring Omagh: A Guide to the Town’s Highlights

Nestled in the heart of Tyrone, Omagh is a heart-warming town brimming with history, culture, and activities perfect for a summer getaway. Whether you’re a local looking to explore more of what your town has to offer or a visitor seeking a warm welcome, Omagh has something for everyone. Here’s your guide to the best highlights in Omagh.

  1. Strule Arts Centre

For a taste of culture, visit the Strule Arts Centre, Omagh’s hub for arts and entertainment. This modern facility hosts a diverse range of performances, including theatre, music, dance, and visual arts exhibitions. Enjoy a delicious coffee on-site at the famous Strule Café which overlooks the picturesque river Strule

Family Entertainment: Throughout the summer, the centre offers family-friendly shows and workshops. Check their schedule for children’s theatre productions, art classes, and performances that will captivate both young and old.


  1. Omagh Leisure Complex

Cool off from the summer heat at the Omagh Leisure Complex, which features a range of facilities to keep the whole family entertained. The complex includes swimming pools, state-of-the-art fitness suite, sports halls, and outdoor pitches.

Splash Time: The 14-metre learner pool is perfect for children, with its fun water features, slides, and splash areas. For the more adventurous, there are also swimming lessons and diving boards. After a swim why not relax in the café and taste the delectables as you take the weight off your feet.


  1. The Bar Scene in Omagh

From open mic nights to traditional Irish music in a homely thatched Irish pub. Omagh has one of the most exciting bar scenes in Northern Ireland. Live music is a staple every weekend with local and high-profile acts to suit all tastes in every pub. So, take your pick – Bogans, Sallys of Omagh, The Aviary, Broderick’s Bar, Main Street Omagh, Silverbirch Hotel… the choice is yours!


  1. Omagh Riverside Walk

For a leisurely stroll, the Omagh Riverside Walk offers a peaceful escape along the banks of the River Strule. This picturesque walk offers new views of some of Omagh’s most historic landmarks. From the Abbey Bridge, completed in 1900 to St Patrick’s Park the path is well-maintained and ideal for those summer strolls.

Scenic Strolls: The walk is suitable for prams and young children, with plenty of spots to sit and enjoy the view. Ideal for keen cyclists also which ultimately finishes off at Hunter’s Crescent.


  1. Events & Festivals

Omagh comes alive in the summer with a variety of festivals and events that cater to all ages. From music and arts to food and sports, there’s always something happening to make your visit extra special.

Don’t Miss: The Omagh Show, held annually in July, is a highlight with agricultural displays, live entertainment, food stalls, and funfair rides. The annual Ulster Fleadh takes place in Dromore with a line up of fantastic Irish traditional culture.


  1. Omagh Library

On a rainy day or for a quieter activity, head to Omagh Library. The library offers a welcoming space with a wide range of books, activities, and events for children such as Lego club, Mindful Colouring and Cryptic Corner.

Reading and Activities: It’s a perfect spot to encourage a love of reading and learning in a relaxed environment.


  1. Omagh Craft Collective

Situated in Omagh town centre lies a truly wonderful little gem. The Omagh Craft Collective is a vibrant hub for local artisans, makers, and all things handmade. We celebrate the unique talent and skill found right here in Omagh, providing a platform for artists to showcase their work and connect with the community.

More Than Just a Shop: The collective is more than just a place to buy beautiful, handcrafted goods. It’s a space that fosters creativity, collaboration, and a sense of community.

  1. The Grange Playpark

Fun and laughter for everyone at this state-of-the-art, inclusive ‘destination play park’ in Omagh town. Spend the day as your little one explores the ‘bridges and spires’, reflecting the landscape and heritage of Omagh.

Not just a park: The sensory garden situated against the backdrop of mature trees, a wildflower meadow and a tree trail gives that perfect blend of history and environment for all to enjoy.


9. Omagh Music Heritage Trail

Omagh’s vibrant history extends beyond its charming streets and scenic landscapes. Music lovers, take note! The Omagh Music Heritage Trail is a self-guided walking tour that immerses you in the town’s rich Showband era.

Step back in time: Rewind to a time of dazzling performances and infectious rhythms. The trail highlights iconic locations that were once at the heart of Omagh’s music scene. Even if the physical spaces have changed, the trail keeps the memories alive. Stop off for some lunch at Main Street Omagh once known as The Royal Arms Hotel, a popular venue for Showband performances.


  1. Inter Church Walk

Omagh boasts a rich tapestry of cultures and denominations, reflected in its beautiful historic churches. Here’s a glimpse of four notable houses of worship:

  • St Columba’s Church of Ireland: Standing tall on Church Street, this Anglican church features stunning stained-glass windows and is known for its distinctive three-spired facade.
  • Trinity Presbyterian Church: This impressive building on James Street welcomes visitors with its warm atmosphere and commitment to community.
  • Omagh Methodist Church: A welcoming space on Market Street, the Omagh Methodist Church is known for its friendly congregation and active role in the local community.
  • Sacred Heart Church: Located in its glory on Church Street, this architecturally beautiful building is a haven for worship and connection.

These are just a few of the many churches that contribute to Omagh’s spiritual landscape. Each offers a unique architectural style, rich history, and a warm welcome to all. So, embark on a self-guided tour and discover the spiritual heart of Omagh.

Omagh is a town that truly shines in the summer, offering a perfect blend of history, nature, culture, and fun. So pack your bags, bring your loved ones, and get ready to discover the best of Omagh this summer!

Celebrating Two Years of Excellence at Gortin Glen Glamping!

As the sun sets over the enchanting Sperrins, we raise our glasses to mark a significant milestone in our journey – the 2nd birthday of Gortin Glen Glamping! Nestled on the fringes of one of Ireland’s most breath-taking forest parks, Gortin Glen Glamping has swiftly emerged as a beacon of luxurious yet nature-immersed holiday experiences.

Their story began just two years ago when they opened their doors, welcoming guests into our five luxurious glamping pods. Each pod is meticulously designed to blend comfort seamlessly with the tranquillity of nature, offering an unparalleled escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

It is with immense joy and pride that they were awarded the esteemed title of “Best Small Accommodation Provider of the Year 2023.” This recognition is a testament to the dedication and passion of the team, who strive tirelessly to ensure every guest leaves with cherished memories and a longing to return.”

Located in the picturesque Co. Tyrone, Gortin Glen Glamping is more than just a holiday destination; it’s a sanctuary for families, couples, and friends seeking solace in nature’s embrace. Their proximity to the Gortin Glen Forest Park invites guests to explore the wonders of the outdoors, from tranquil walks amidst ancient trees to exhilarating adventures to the mystical Sperrin Giant along scenic trails.

One of the hallmarks of a stay at Gortin Glen Glamping is the opportunity to witness mesmerising sunsets that paint the sky in hues of gold and crimson. Each pod boasts its own fire pit and BBQ area, where guests can gather, share stories, and create unforgettable moments under the starlit canopy.

As we celebrate their 2nd birthday and reflect on the accolades received, we reflect on what has been an amazing addition to the accommodation product in Omagh & the Sperrins Region. Here’s to many more years of crafting magical experiences and being a cherished part of your holiday memories.

Find out more —> https://exploreomaghsperrins.com/stay/guest-accommodation/gortin-glen-camping/ 


April 2024

Exploring the Sperrin Sculpture Trail

Embrace the Spirit of Giants: Exploring the Sperrin Sculpture Trail

Nestled within the captivating landscape of Northern Ireland’s Sperrin Mountains, an extraordinary experience awaits nature enthusiasts and adventurers alike. Here, amidst the breath-taking beauty, three majestic giants stand as silent guardians, embodying the essence of the past, present, and future. Welcome to the Sperrin Sculpture Trail.

Crafted by the world renowned artist Thomas Dambo, the Sperrin Sculpture Trail is a testament to the rich tapestry of geology, archaeology, and heritage that defines the Sperrin Mountains. Inspired by the region’s folklore and Celtic mythology, these towering figures beckon visitors to embark on a journey of discovery and wonder.

**The Giants Unveiled:**

1. **Nowanois: The Storytellers** – Located in the serene Glenelly Valley near Cranagh, Nowanois stands as the embodiment of ancient wisdom and storytelling. Address: 274 Glenelly Road, Omagh, BT79 8LS.

2. **Darach: The Guardian** – Perched atop Mullaghcarn Mountain within the Gortin Glen Forest Park, Darach watches over the present with unwavering vigilance. Address: Gortin Glen Forest Park, Glen Park Road, Gortin, County Tyrone, BT79 7SU.

3. **Ceoldán: The Stargazer** – Casting his gaze towards the horizon from Davagh Forest’s OM Dark Sky Park and Observatory, Ceoldán represents the boundless possibilities of the future. Address: OM Dark Sky Park and Observatory, Davagh Forest, 155 Davagh Road, Omagh BT79 8JQ.

**Embracing the Giant Spirit:**

As you embark on your adventure to encounter these awe-inspiring giants, we invite you to share your experiences with us. Join the conversation online using #MyGiantAdventure, #ExploreOmaghSperrins, #Omagh #Sperrins or #EmbraceAGiantSpirit.

Immerse yourself in the magic of the Sperrin Mountains, where myth and reality intertwine, and the spirit of giants roams free. Come, embrace the essence of the past, present, and future amidst the grandeur of Northern Ireland’s hidden treasures.

Find out more —> https://exploreomaghsperrins.com/things-to-do/attractions/the-sperrin-sculpture-trail-a-giant-adventure/

Thomas Dambo is one of the world’s leading recycle artists. In recent years he has become best known for his work on The Trail of a Thousand Trolls. It is a project that consists of more than 100 large, recycled wood sculptures featuring trolls of all shapes and sizes. The sculptures have been installed in 17 countries, from the USA and France to Chile and China. Find out more –> https://trollmap.com/

Your Well-Being Itinerary


Day 1


Begin your day with a sunrise hike to watch the dawn of the day at the mystical Sperrin Giant- Darach. Known as the ‘The Guardian of the Sperrins’ and one of three special scultpures in different locations all within the Sperrins region. The Giants of the Sperrins are born from the geology, archaeology and heritage of the Sperrins. They evoke the mystical, and celebrate the ancient, intriguing and atmospheric natural beauty and history of the region. They embody past, present and future and speak specifically of their location:

  • Nowanois, the Seanchaí or storyteller recalls times and generations gone by;
  • Darach, the Guardian watches over the present;
  • Ceoldán The Stargazer looks to the future, and the unknown.

They call us to explore the story of the many generations that have helped shaped this magical landscape and to appreciate their rich and enduring culture; they call us into the landscape –  to notice, reflect, embrace and cherish this place…the Sperrins.


Experience Paddle-board yoga on Gortin Lakes with your experienced instructor at Off-Grid Adventures and enjoy a unique and rejuvenating experience that seamlessly blends the tranquillity of paddleboarding with the mindfulness of yoga. Picture yourself gliding gracefully across the pristine waters of Gortin Lakes, surrounded by the breath-taking beauty of nature. The stand-up paddleboard becomes your floating yoga mat, adding an extra element of balance and focus to your practice.

The tranquillity of Gortin Lakes enhances the meditative aspect of the yoga practice, allowing participants to find inner peace while surrounded by the serene beauty of the landscape.


Finish your day at Seán Óg’s on Main Street. Nestled beneath a charming, thatched cottage roof, Seán Óg’s exudes the timeless charm of a traditional Irish bar. Sean Ógs embodies the spirit of a traditional Irish pub, where history, community, and a genuine sense of belonging come together. It stands as a testament to the enduring appeal of Ireland’s rich cultural heritage and the warmth of its people.

Day 2


Embark on an exhilarating journey into the skies at C-More Flying School. Allow the beauty of the mystical Sperrins to unfold beneath you during a scenic flight, immersing yourself in awe-inspiring views. Let the boundless horizon and the magic of flight fill your heart with a profound sense of beauty.


Venture to Foyle Trails for an afternoon infused with history and regenerative tourism amid the enchanting landscapes. Immerse yourself in the natural splendour, taking a moment to unwind in the serene tranquillity that surrounds you.


Indulge in an evening of celestial wonders as you gaze at the stars over the Sperrins from the comfort of your own enchanting pod at Gortin Glen Glamping. Surrender to the soothing embrace of their hot tubs nestled amidst the Gortin Glen Forest Park, creating a perfect harmony between relaxation and natural splendour.


Day 3


Explore a spa experience like no other at Finn Lough! Unlike traditional spas, This self-guided spa experience offers a private audience with nature. It aims to reconnect you with the elements, to offer
quiet seclusion from your busy everyday and imbue a deep sense of nature’s calm. Enjoy a private two hour experience, flowing through a series of treatment cabins nestled in the forest combining hot and
cold therapy. You’ll emerge from the trail-feeling renewed after a private audience with nature.


That afternoon drive or hike through the scenic Lough Navar Forest Park. A magnificent site within the Cuilcagh Lakelands Geopark, Lough Navar Forest extends across 2,600 hectares of bog, heath, open
water, native woodland, and coniferous forest. Stop at viewpoints overlooking Lough Erne for breath-taking panoramic views. Enjoy a picnic amidst nature and immerse yourself in the tranquil beauty of the Fermanagh Lakelands.


In the evening savour farm-to-table cuisine at gourmet restaurants such as 28 At The Hollow or dine at a lakeside restaurant such as The Kove, at Killyhevlin Lakeside Hotel, with a glass of wine as you watch
the sunset over the tranquil waters of the lake. Fermanagh’s culinary scene boasts an abundance of fresh, locally sourced ingredients, making it an ideal destination for fantastic foodie experiences


Natural Landscapes Itinerary

Natural Beauty in Omagh & the Sperrins!

Omagh & the Sperrins is a place where time slows down and the great outdoors becomes your canvas for exploration and adventure. Experiencing the natural landscapes in Omagh and the Sperrins is a truly captivating and rejuvenating adventure.

The great outdoors in Omagh & the Sperrins is not just a destination; it’s a way of life, a sanctuary for the adventurous spirit, and a haven for those who seek the purest form of natural beauty. Here is a brief itinerary we have put together to guide you along the way


Day One


Start the day off exploring the landscape at Gortin Glen Forest Park, which provides a wonderful opportunity to connect with nature, offering a peaceful retreat and a chance to appreciate the natural beauty of the area. Whether you’re a solo traveler, a nature lover, or a family looking for outdoor activities, Gortin Glen Forest Park has something to offer for everyone



After an enjoyable walk of the Gortin Glen Forest Park why not indulge in a warm cup of coffee.  Brie’s Barista Bar coffee shop offers a cosy and inviting atmosphere where you can unwind after your outdoor adventure. Enjoy the comfortable seating, soothing background music, and even a warm fire, creating a perfect ambiance to relax and rejuvenate.



Finish your day with a beautiful visit to the mesmerising An Creagán. With an informative visitor centre on site and a wonderful cafe, one could forget that they are surrounded in archaeological and mythological wonders. Steeped in historical significance, An Creagán offers visitors a chance to explore the unique environment of the Sperrins


Day Two


One of the most peaceful places on earth is the serene Gortin Lakes.  The two lakes are laid out in the formation of the figure eight and the gravel path around the lakes undulates gently offering the tranquillity of the still, deep water on one side and the natural habitat and vegetation on the other. The path is easily followed with a number of seating benches placed so walkers can take a rest and take in the majestic views.



Renowned for its stunning landscape, your afternoon stop off  is the with your intriguing guide Martin at Foyle Trails. This ancient and diverse region contains scenic landscapes, colourful natural habitats and many fascinating archaeological sites that all provide the back drop for his numerous tales of folklore and rural traditions..



Finish your evening with a a view of the Sperrin Mountains which are renowned for their natural beauty, characterised by rolling hills, scenic valleys, forests, rivers, and lakes via the convenience of your car! Boasting a rich archaeological heritage, with numerous ancient monuments, megalithic tombs, stone circles, and historic settlements dating back thousands of years the Sperrins provide valuable insights into the area’s prehistoric and early historic civilizations, making it an important archaeological landscape.


Day Three in the Fermanagh Lakelands


The Fermanagh Lakelands are a hiker’s paradise, with trails like the Cuilcagh Boardwalk Trail, located in the heart of the Cuilcagh Lakelands Geopark, guiding you to panoramic views from the “Stairway to Heaven.” The Boardwalk is not merely a trail; it’s an invitation to disconnect from the hustle of everyday life and reconnect with the awe-inspiring beauty of the great outdoors.


That afternoon visit the Marble Arch Caves, a stunning natural attraction in Fermanagh. Step into an otherworldly realm where stalactites and stalagmites hang and rise like natural sculptures, captivating visitors with their intricate formations and dazzling beauty. Guided tours lead intrepid explorers through a labyrinth of underground passages, revealing the magic of nature’s artistry in the form of cascading waterfalls, underground rivers, and chambers adorned with shimmering mineral deposits. It’s an underground odyssey that promises to leave an indelible mark on your sense of wonder and appreciation for the natural world.


Later in the day, journey to Crom, a National Trust property located in Newtownbutler, Co. Fermanagh. Crom Estate is a sprawling tapestry of ancient woodlands, shimmering lakes, and lush meadows that provide a sanctuary for a diverse range of wildlife. Meandering paths through the estate invite visitors to explore its natural wonders, with each turn revealing picturesque scenes and captivating vistas across Upper Lough Erne.


Don’t miss your opportunity to explore the natural wonders of Omagh & the Sperrins. Book your adventure today and embark on a truly unforgettable experience! Depart with lasting memories of the Omagh & the Sperrins and its incredible natural landscapes.

Embracing Autumn’s Splendor: Discover Omagh & the Sperrins Region’s Hidden Gems

As the vibrant hues of autumn sweep across the Northern Irish landscape, Omagh & the Sperrins Region welcomes you to experience the magic of the season. This enchanting area, nestled amidst the golden foliage and crisp mountain air, invites travellers to explore its diverse attractions and hidden treasures. From serene retreats to cultural wonders, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

1. The Hideaway Retreat: Escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and indulge in tranquillity at The Hideaway Retreat. Surrounded by nature’s symphony, this luxurious haven offers a sumptuous sauna, breath-taking views, and a chance to reconnect with your inner peace.

2. Ulster American Folk Park: Step back in time at the Ulster American Folk Park, where history comes to life. Explore authentic homesteads and interact with costumed characters who share the captivating tales of Irish emigrants who journeyed to America during the 18th and 19th centuries.

3. The Abingdon Collection: Car enthusiasts, rejoice! The Abingdon Collection showcases a stunning array of vintage cars and motorcycles, providing a delightful experience for aficionados and curious visitors alike.

4. Gortin Glen Forest Park: Immerse yourself in nature’s grandeur at Gortin Glen Forest Park. Embark on picturesque trails, breathe in the crisp, autumnal air, and marvel at the majestic trees adorned in shades of gold and crimson.

5. Glenpark Estate: Discover the charm of Glenpark Estate, a hidden gem with meticulously manicured walks and huge historical significance. Take a leisurely stroll amidst the fall foliage and admire the timeless beauty of this estate.

6. Brie’s Barista Bar: Warm your soul with a cup of freshly brewed coffee or indulge in delightful pastries at Brie’s Barista Bar. This cosy café offers a perfect respite for walkers and hikers, serving not just beverages, but also smiles and moments of bliss.

7. An Creagán: Immerse yourself in the rich culture of Omagh & the Sperrins Region at An Creagán. This cultural centre hosts a variety of events, workshops, and traditional music performances, providing an authentic glimpse into Northern Ireland’s heritage.

8. Gortin Glen Glamping: Experience the ultimate blend of comfort and nature at Gortin Glen Glamping. Nestled within the heart of nature, these luxurious glamping accommodations offer a unique way to experience the outdoors without sacrificing modern amenities.

9. Foyle Trails: Lace up your hiking boots and embark on a scenic adventure along the Foyle Trails. With trails catering to various difficulty levels, these paths offer a chance to witness the autumnal beauty up close, making it a paradise for nature enthusiasts and photographers.

10.Silverbirch Hotel: Nestled amidst the serene landscapes of Omagh, Silverbirch Hotel invites you to a world of luxury and warm hospitality. Immerse yourself in the perfect blend of comfort, style, and convenience as you embark on your memorable stay.

This autumn, Omagh & the Sperrins Region invites you to savour the season’s splendour. Whether you’re seeking relaxation, cultural enrichment, or outdoor adventures, this captivating destination promises an unforgettable experience.

For more information about Omagh & the Sperrins and to start planning your trip, visit www.exploreomaghsperrins.com. Follow us on social media @exploreomaghsperrins for the latest updates and inspiration.


History & Heritage – Your Itinerary

Experience Omagh & the Sperrins unique heritage as you embark on a journey of discovery.

Are you ready for an unforgettable journey through time and culture? Explore the mystical Omagh & the Sperrins, there is something for everyone to discover here.

This itinerary promises breathtaking landscapes, historic treasures, and authentic Northern Irish experiences!

Day One


Start your day at the Ulster American Folk Park, a captivating living history museum offering visitors a unique journey through time and across the Atlantic. This immersive cultural experience vividly illustrates the story of Irish emigration to America during the 18th and 19th centuries. Visitors can explore authentically recreated Irish and American landscapes, complete with period-appropriate buildings, artifacts, and costumed interpreters. This interactive museum allows you to step into the shoes of Irish emigrants as they bid farewell to their homeland, endured the arduous transatlantic voyage, and embarked on a new life in the United States.


In the afternoon explore An Creagán, a charming cultural and heritage centre located in the foothills of the breathtaking Sperrin Mountains. This unique destination features a range of activities and experiences, from guided nature walks and wildlife encounters to craft making and music sessions. Explore life in the early times with a visit to the onsite Bronze Age settlement and nearby ancient monuments dating back to the Neolithic period. Stop for lunch in the onsite cafe with a fantastic range of casual bites and nourishing local produce delights to choose from.


Make your way to The Abingdon Collection in Omagh that evening. This hidden gem boasts a fantastic collection of vintage and classic cars, World War II memorabilia and an impressive array of toys, models and books from a bygone era. Visitors to this private collection will marvel at the attention to detail evident in every display and will not only admire the collections but also gain insight into the passion and dedication of their collector.

This itinerary offers a glimpse into the rich history and heritage of the area. Feel free to adjust it based on your interests and the time you have available. The entire region is steeped in history, and this itinerary is just a starting point for your exploration of its fascinating past and beautiful natural surroundings.


Day Two


Start the day off and explore the rugged beauty of the Sperrin Mountains, said to be the dwelling place of giants in Irish folklore. Marvel at the breath-taking landscapes and hear the legends that echo through these hills. Let Martin from Foyle Trails take you on a journey to discover the fascinating ritual landscapes and ancient habitats of West Tyrone.

On this unique experience curious visitors will discover the history and folklore of Giant’s Graves,  Cure Wells, Fairy trees, Celtic Rainforests and Bog Body Immersion sites.


Keep those walking boots on and explore Omagh via the Omagh Historical Trail and explore the fascinating past of Omagh, a town steeped in history and tradition. Our Omagh Historical Trail takes you on a journey through time, revealing the stories and landmarks that have shaped this vibrant community.

Wander through the heart of Omagh and discover its iconic landmarks, from the historic Courthouse and Market Street to the elegant Strule Arts Centre. Each building has a tale to tell.


Looking for the perfect dining experience? Look no further! Stop off for your evening meal at the sumptuous at the Silverbirch Hotel and treat your senses to an unforgettable evening of exquisite flavours and warm hospitality.


Day Three in the Fermanagh Lakelands


Arrive in Enniskillen, the charming county town of Fermanagh, known for its rich history. Start your day at Enniskillen Castle, a historic fortress overlooking the River Erne. Explore the castle’s museums, Fermanagh County Museum and Inniskillings Museum. Enjoy award winning exhibitions featuring the prehistory and natural history of Fermanagh, the county’s traditional rural life and local crafts.


Visit Castle Coole, an 18th-century neoclassical mansion and estate. Explore the grand house and its beautiful grounds. Visitors get the opportunity to glimpse into what life was like in the home of the Earls of Belmore. Discover the story of the people who lived and worked below stairs as you explore the splendid suite of servants rooms and service quarters of this magnificent property.


No trip to Enniskillen would be complete without a visit to Blakes of the Hollow. With its rich history dating back over 135 years, this iconic establishment has become a beloved landmark in the region. Step inside, and you’ll be transported to a warm and inviting atmosphere where the cosy interior exudes old-world charm. From the friendly banter at the bar to lively traditional music sessions, “The Hollow” encapsulates the very essence of Irish pub culture. A recent modern addition includes the Game of Thrones® Door of Thrones,Door 4. So whether you’re looking for a pint of stout, a lively night of craic (fun), or a quiet corner to savor the ambiance, a vist to Blakes of the Hollow is a must!


Family Friendly Itinerary

Family Magic in Omagh & the Sperrins!

Are you searching for the perfect destination for your next family adventure? Why not try out the mystical Omagh & the Sperrins Region. Packed with leafy trails, fun play parks and history made fun we have a wealth of family friendly activities just waiting to be enjoyed.

Check out our family-friendly itinerary below, designed to make your next vacation a precious memory for every member of the family.


Day One


Start the day off with a trip to the Ulster American Folk Park an open-air museum spilling at the seams with stories and history. With more than 30 exhibit buildings to explore, the museum tells the story of three centuries of Irish emigration. Bring a picnic and spend the morning wandering and exploring.


Bring your swimming costume and take a dip in the award winning Omagh Leisure Complex. You’ll be sure of a warm welcome for all the family as you dive into the water play area. Splash your way to making memories by the bucketloads!


Pop on the wellies and head out for some forest fun at Gortin Glen Forest Park, a magical natural wonderland that’s perfect for the whole family to explore and enjoy! Nestled in the heart of Omagh & the Sperrins, this enchanting park offers a delightful escape into nature. Keep your eyes peeled for a glimpse of the wonderful Sika deer who meander through the woods!


Day Two


Start the day off at your family friendly oasis right in the heart of Omagh & the Sperrins – Glenpark Estate. Nestled amongst the trees and brimming in history at the site of the old Ulster History Park, take the kids on a walk of the leafy park and feed the rare breeds around every turn. Burn off some energy in the soft play onsite and finish with an ice cream from the farm shop!


A treat for all the family at the Grange Park Destination Playpark! Spend your afternoon with fun and laughs as you meander through the sensory garden and watch the kids in awe of the bridges and spire’s theme. Stop off for a picnic and take in the beautiful heritage of Omagh town.


Finish your evening with a delicious family friendly fuel stop at Rexy Jacks BBQ Diner. From burgers to pizzas, milkshakes to loaded fries it will be a real hit for the kids!

As your incredible adventure comes to an end, take some time to reflect on the cherished memories you’ve made together as a family. Bid farewell to this breathtaking destination, knowing that the bonds you’ve strengthened and the experiences you’ve shared will last a lifetime.


Day Three in the Fermanagh Lakelands


Spend the morning at Share Discovery Village, an outdoor activity centre located on the shores of Upper Lough Erne. There is a fantastic range of activities available for all ages, including canoeing, archery or the thrilling inflatable, Wibit Water Park. It’s a fantastic place for the family to have fun and enjoy the beautiful surroundings.


Enjoy all the fun of the farm at Fermanagh Fun Farm. Get up close and personal with their furry and feathered friends! Cuddle adorable bunnies, feed the friendly lambs, and say hello to the playful goats. Don’t miss the chance to meet the adorable piglets too! Hop on the train, enjoy pony rides and let your little ones giggle in the fun-filled playareas. Afterwards treat your taste buds at the farm cafe!


Finish the day with a leisurely boat trip on the Erne Water Taxi. The boat tour allows you to explore the waterways, spot wildlife, and learn about the history and legends associated with Lough Erne. It’s a fun and informative experience for the whole family.


Check out our PDF version here —-> Family Friendly Itinerary- OS (3)

Adventure Awaits in Omagh & the Sperrins: Your Ultimate Summer Destination

Omagh & the Sperrins, the hidden gem nestled in the heart of Northern Ireland, is ready to enchant visitors with its breathtaking landscapes, rich history, and vibrant cultural experiences this summer. From captivating natural wonders to exhilarating outdoor adventures and warm hospitality, Omagh & the Sperrins promises an unforgettable escape for travellers seeking an authentic and value-for-money getaway.

Immerse yourself in the untamed beauty of the Sperrin Mountains, an area of outstanding natural beauty renowned for its rugged peaks, lush valleys, and picturesque lakes. Nature enthusiasts can embark on thrilling hikes along the Sperrin Way or follow the Sperrins Scenic Driving Routes, exploring ancient forests, cascading waterfalls, and diverse wildlife. Breathe in the crisp mountain air and witness panoramic vistas that will leave you in awe.

For history buffs, Omagh is a treasure trove of ancient tales and heritage. The Ulster American Folk Park invites visitors to step back in time and experience the fascinating journey of emigration from Ulster to America. From thatched cottages to log cabins and interactive exhibits, you’ll trace the footsteps of those who left their homeland for a new beginning across the Atlantic. Or why not try a mythological expedition of the region with Martin from Foyle Trails. Explore several intriguing archaeological sites and ancient habitats, where you will connect to many aspects of Ulster`s ancient history and mythology.

Culture thrives in Omagh & the Sperrins, with a vibrant arts scene and a calendar filled with events. Prepare to be dazzled as the Omagh Show rocks into town on 1st July which showcases the very best of agriculture, entertainment, and community spirit. It’s a day packed with excitement and fun for all ages!

Adventure seekers will find their haven in the great outdoors of Omagh & the Sperrins. Try your hand at paddleboard yoga on the sparkling Gortin lakes with Off-Grid Adventures, conquer the challenging mountain bike trails, or take to the skies with flying adventures courtesy of C-More Flying School. Whether you’re a seasoned adrenaline junkie or a beginner looking for an exhilarating experience, Omagh & the Sperrins has something to offer everyone.

Foodies will be delighted by the region’s culinary delights, showcasing the finest of Northern Ireland’s local produce. With a cornucopia of options such as the widely loved Grant’s Restaurant, The Millstone Bar & Restaurant, Glenpark Estate and The Sperrin Restaurant for a sumptuous, hearty meal you will be spoiled for choice! Tantalize your taste buds with exquisite offerings from well-known coffee stops such as The Auld Bank Coffee Shop, Serendipity, The Kitchen-Omagh and Gortin Glen’s very own Brie’s Barista.

With its warm and welcoming community, Omagh & the Sperrins invites you to unwind, reconnect with nature, and create memories that will last a lifetime. Whether you’re traveling with family, friends, or embarking on a solo adventure, this summer destination is guaranteed to captivate your heart.

For more information about Omagh & the Sperrins and to start planning your trip, visit www.exploreomaghsperrins.com. Follow us on social media @exploreomaghsperrins for the latest updates and inspiration.

10 Things To See & Do in Omagh & the Sperrins this Summer

10 Things To See & Do in Omagh & the Sperrins this Summer!

Explore and enjoy lots of things to do in the beautiful Omagh & the Sperrins this Summer. Tick these 10 exciting activities off your summer bucket list!

The sun has been peeping through the clouds and the temperature has been rising which can only mean one thing… Summer is close! We are aware that most of the population is suffering from itchy feet and are ready to get out and explore the beautiful and adventure-packed surroundings that are available right here in Northern Ireland. There is so much to discover and do within the area that you will want to start your adventures now to make sure you can pack it all in by the end of Summer!

Let us help you start planning for your summer bucket list with these suggested top 10 things to do in Omagh & the Sperrins this Summer.


  1. Ulster American Folk Park

Embark on a journey back in time from the Old World of Ulster to the New World of the American frontier.

Wander the well-trodden pathways of rural Ulster, complete with a bustling street and welcoming farmhouses. Board a full-scale emigrant ship and experience the cramped quarters where hundreds of people lived during their twelve-week Atlantic crossing. Emerge in the New World and marvel at the ingenious solutions these resourceful newcomers created on the frontier. Experience demonstrations of traditional crafts daily by our costumed guides, from forge work and wool spinning to turf cutting and willow weaving.

  1. The Abingdon Collection

If you have lived through the ‘50s, ‘60s and ‘70s, or are simply a huge fan of big boy’s toys, then you won’t want to drive through the Omagh and Sperrins region without paying a visit to this spectacular exhibition. The Abingdon Collection represents over 55 years of passionate collecting and is divided into two distinct areas of interest. The first is comprised of Classic Cars; Motorcycles, over 500 Die Cast Model Cars, a selection of Photographs, eEnamel Signs, Jukeboxes and Automobilia. The second part concentrates on World War Two and represents over 3,000 items on permanent display to the public. The Abingdon Collection is open by appointment only, but free of charge to both individuals and small groups.

  1. An Creagán

An Creagán is a place that connects people to each other and to the natural world, offering a year-round programme of events, workshops and activities to suit all ages. Families can enjoy natural outdoor play in the Wild Woods and Play Garden, while the bog and forest walks offer breath-taking vistas across the Sperrin Mountains. After the Great Outdoors try the Great Indoor experience in our Licensed Restaurant, Coffee Shop and Craft Shop, serving locally produced food, drink and crafts. Catering for functions, weddings and conferences, with self-catering cottages available on site. Free parking and open access, all year round.

  1. Gortin Glen Forest Park

Gortin Glen Forest Park, located 6 miles from Omagh, is a wonderfully family friendly outdoor facility with a destination play park, trim trail, additional parking, Mountain Bike Trails, walking trails, horse trails, on site delectable café and toilet facilities.  Visitors can also enjoy the truly wonderful biodiversity of the local area. A fantastic destination for a family day out or for those looking for some thrills shred some speed on the vast mountain bike trails.

Meandering trails takes visitors through a leafy undergrowth so bring along the family and enjoy a wonderful day out!

  1. Glenpark Estate

Glenpark Estate is located at the foot of the Gortin Glens Forest Park just outside Omagh, Co. Tyrone. The site of the former Ulster History Park now offers luxury hotel rooms, a caravan park & campsite, a woodland lodge, a delicious licensed restaurant & bar, children’s soft play, a farm shop, access to the beautiful grounds, an open farm featuring rare breed animals and is also a venue for weddings and events. It has something for everyone!

  1. Stories in the Stones at Peader Joe’s

Stories in the Stones is a unique, intimate and highly entertaining story telling seisiun where Brendan will share with you a little insight into Peader Joe and his life living in Sperrins.  A special feature of this experience is your opportunity to enter into the cottage and see how Peader Joe might have lived.  This modest stone cottage dating back to the 18th century is a wonderful example of how life was lived in days gone by.

Brendan will regale you with stories of the Sperrins and its abundantly wonderful archaeological features from giant graves, to Beaghmore Stone Circles, tombs, ringforts and more.  You will be highly entertained by Brendan’s collection of myths and legends, with a few tall ones (questionably true) thrown in for good measure. Sample some of the homemade breads and cake made by the talent chefs at The White Hare Restaurant over a cup of tea. When the stories and kettle run dry, you will have the opportunity to walk around the farm exploring this unique setting. Stories in the Stones will shine a new light on some of the Sperrins most celebrated ancient archaeological features and enthuse you to explore this ancient landscape and its abundance of ancient monuments.

  1. Mysterious Tyrone with Foyle Trails

On this experiential tour you will discover the quirky stories behind sacrificial Bog Body habitats and the ritual significance of Giant`s Graves and Stone Circles from expert local guide Martin Bradley.  Explore pagan sites that are rich in local folk lore where even the history of how, these ancient sites, have survived for over two thousand years make fascinating tales on their own.  Martin will also bring you to Pagan Wells and Fairy Trees where you will also discover the myths and stories that are woven into the history of these sacred sites.

On this tour visitors will enjoy unique story telling experiences where ecology, archaeology and folklore merge to provide a series of fascinating insights that help explain the origins of many of Ireland`s cultural traditions.

  1. Omagh Town

A visit to Omagh & the Sperrins isn’t complete without a visit to the county town of Omagh. Steeped in history and full of wonderful places to eat and have a drink, the options for a day out are endless. Why not take in a show at the Strule Arts Centre, located in Omagh town centre. With coffee shops, delicious restaurants and boutique shopping all on the main street – make Omagh your destination this summer!

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  1. Paddleboard Yoga on the Gortin Lakes

Find your zen and experience paddleboard yoga in one of the most serene and mystical places on earth. Let Donna from Off-Grid Adventures NI take you on an adventure as you set upon your SUP board whilst listening to the ethereal surroundings and complete your yoga class floating on the Gortin Lakes.

  1. Sperrin Sculpture at Mullaghcarn – Darach the Giant

The Sperrin Sculpture Trail will consist of three innovative, unique yet linked artworks commissioned by an internationally renowned artist which will be installed at key locations within the Sperrins region. Visitors will use the stunning walking trails and dramatic driving and cycle routes to travel between the sculptures enabling them to immerse themselves in the cultural heritage of the Sperrins.

Although these mythical sculptures are considered tourist attractions individually, they are linked by one story so that when you visit one sculpture, you’ll need to visit the other Giants to complete the story told by the sculptures.

The locations are: Sperrin Heritage Centre in Cranagh, Mullaghcarn Mountain which is located on the edge of Gortin Glen Forest Park and Davagh Forest.

Shop Local

Shop local

As we recover from the impact of Covid 19 on our communities, the importance of shopping and spending locally this year is higher than ever. Investing back into Omagh and the Sperrins Region will be wee buns once you’ve read this list of must-see places where you can shop this festive season. The prices are competitive and it’s the perfect time of year to pick up some yoke for a bargain.

Omagh Winter Wonderland 

This exciting and unique event will run from Friday 3rd December 2021 until Sunday 2nd January 2022. In addition to craft stalls and food vendors, there will be a beverage tent, a performance stage for music and drama, a 36 metre LED Ferris Wheel, family fun fair rides and a Christmas trail. . Opening times are expected to run from Monday to Thursday 5-9pm, Friday 5-11pm and Saturday and Sunday 11am-11pm. Santa’s grotto will be open until 9pm each day up until the 23rd December.

Keep your eyes peeled for further news regarding festive events happening at the Ulster American Folk Park and Glen Park Estate too! Be sure to keep up to date with current Covid Restrictions and remember to stay safe this festive season while out exploring Omagh and the Sperrins Region.

omagh winter wonderland christmas

Jack McGinn & Co

Located on the Dublin road in Omagh, Jack McGinn & Co sell everything from furniture, carpets & vinyl flooring and upholstery. Offering excellent service and a great range of products it’s the local go to place if you’re looking to treat yourself this festive season and finally give your home the makeover you’ve dreamed of.

Jack McGinns furniture shop omagh

Omagh Craft Collective

This non profit social enterprise promotes local crafts people from the Omagh and surrounding areas by running a permanent Gift Shop in Omagh Town Centre.

Offering a Christmas club allowing you to put gifts aside, don’t delay in treating someone special to a unique hand made gift this festive season.

Russells of Omagh

Russells of Omagh are a family run, independent retailer specialising in high quality footwear and a range of ladies and children’s clothing at affordable prices, catering for the whole family. Established in 1906, Russells are the longest established shop in Omagh, County Tyrone.

With an unrivalled selection of over 3000 styles of footwear including popular brands Converse, Rieker, Vans, Dr Martens, Pod, Ecco, Quiksilver, Skechers and many more, all foot shapes are catered for from wide or problem feet to footwear tailored for diabetics, through to hiking and running shoes.

Russells Omagh Shoe Shop

Slevins Chemist

Going above and beyond for all their customers, Slevin’s Chemist are there to help you feel better and look great with a range of products and brands such as Lancome, Sanctuary and an extensive range of fragrances including Gucci, Hugo Boss and a host of others. With plenty of special offers on their products you need to check out Slevin’s Chemist this festive season, and take advantage of these great prices today.

Slevins Omagh Chemist

Dunmoyle Forest Spa

At Dunmoyle Forest Spa every treatment is specifically designed to offer a unique experience at their beautiful location in Co. Tyrone. Definitely worth a visit for the ultimate relaxation and an exceptional experience. A beautiful private forest location and superior products ensure that you receive a remarkable treatment with a difference. Why not book your ‘Alternative Party’ this Christmas and savour your luxurious surroundings.

Dunmoyle Forest Spa Omagh

Fit 4 Life Omagh

Fit 4 Life Omagh is much more than just a gym, with a wide range of classes taught by qualified fitness professionals in a dedicated studio filled with the latest fitness equipment to get you fighting fit and in great shape. Also offering 1-2-1 personal training sessions or a 6 week ‘strong camp’ there are plenty of options for you regardless of your health, fitness or lifestyle.

Fit4life gym omagh

Natur & Co Social

Natur & Co Sports and Social Wellness club features a luxurious Fitness Studio, Recovery Suite, Infrared Sauna Studio and Cold Water Therapy room. With a rooftop bar serving fantastic food and drink options for after your activities it’s the perfect place to destress and unwind. Treat yourself and a loved one this Christmas to a great day out at this club.

Natur Co Social Omagh infared sauna gym coffee shop

Stay Local

Stay Local

If you’re looking to enjoy the local scenery and spend money with local businesses within our own town in Omagh and the Sperrins this Christmas, then this is the list for you. Whether you’re looking for a staycation or a good day out, don’t waste any time faffin’ about this Christmas and check out this list of local businesses to visit or stay with this festive season.

Dead On Places To Stay

An Creagan

Escape to the country to this gorgeous hidden gem. Whether you want to get active and explore the outdoors, or get away from it all to the quiet and tranquility, this is the perfect place for you. Take a hike through the forest, chill by the fire or have something delicious made from quality local produce in The White Hare Restaurant.
With plenty to do for all the family, including wild woods where children can roam free and experience nature first hand, you don’t want to miss out on this fantastic experience.

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The Hideaway Retreat

The Hideaway Retreat offers a break like no other for individuals and couples. Unique and luxurious inside and out, enjoy a scenic stroll at the foot of the Sperrin Mountains or unwind in a hot tub for the ultimate relaxation with beautiful views out of every window.
With a hot tub, sauna and outdoor lounge area in the fresh country air this is the perfect cosy getaway serving delicious local foods to treat yourself no matter what you fancy.

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Glen Park Estate

With an option of 7 luxurious rooms or the fully serviced caravan park & campsite, Glenpark Estate makes for a fantastic staycation. Located in a breathtaking area neighbouring Gortin Glens Forest Park just outside Omagh, it’s the perfect spot for hikers, mountain bikers and walkers.
An onsite luxurious licensed restaurant & bar serves a range of delicious local foods, and the location includes a children’s soft play, a farm shop and an open farm with rare breed animals which is fun for all the family!

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The Abingdon Collection

With over 50 years of passionate collecting, including militaria, motoring and collectable exhibitions, you don’t want to miss out on a trip to the Abingdon collection this year.

Full of history and interesting artifacts to enjoy and learn about this attraction is fun for the whole family. Travel back in time through 1940-1970 and explore a day out with a difference at this hidden gem located just 4 miles from the centre of Omagh.

abinngdon collection museum omagh tyrone

Strule Arts Centre

This award-winning contemporary arts venue and conference centre offers a range of activities such as theatre performances, comedy, music, dance, workshops, exhibitions and so much more.

Explore exhibitions such as Railways to the west, Chain of love, a Rooftop museum or visit the cafe for a delicious bite to eat. With outstanding views located in the heart of Omagh it’s definitely worth a visit.

strule arts omagh


Omagh Leisure Complex

Omagh’s Leisure Complex is the perfect solution to Northern Ireland’s unpredictable weather. With an array of leisure and fitness facilities that includes a 25m Swimming Pool, 14m Learner Pool, Toddler’s Pool, Family Friendly Village Changing rooms, Jacuzzi, Sauna and Steam Room – there is something to suit every member of the family. Don’t let a rainy day in Northern Ireland dishearten the kids and treat them to a fun filled day at Omagh Leisure Complex.

swimming pool omagh leisure centre

The Best Places For A Wee Dander

Gortin Glen Forest Park

Located just 6 short miles from Omagh, this gem at the western gateway at the Sperrin Mountains is one for the books. With 5 trails of different lengths there’s an option for anyone, if you’re looking for a short dander or a day full of exploring nature, Gortin Glen is the place for you.

With an onsite destination playpark, trim trail, BBQ and picnic area, and public toilets, this beautiful forest park should be on your list of places to visit this year. Get your shred on with Campbase Adventures based in the Forest Park and make use of the mountain bike hire and uplift services for whatever age you are!

gortin glen mountain bike walk hike

Loughmacrory Lough

A walk around the freshwater shore of Loughmacrory is the perfect way to unwind by the waters filled with kingfishers and brown trout, surrounded by local wildlife such as swans, wild geese and ducks that spend time near the north side of the lough.

An absolutely stunning and scenic route so be sure to bring your camera and snap some insta-worthy shots.

loughmacrory lough

Something For The Kids

Ulster American Folk Park

The Ulster American Folk Park located in Omagh is bursting with history and fun for all the family where you can learn about everything from the Old World of Ulster to the New World on the American frontier.

Explore rural Ulster on the trail around authentic shops and buildings and explore the Brig Union ship, or take a workshop in traditional crafts from forge work to wool spinning, turf cutting to willow weaving, woodcraft to patchwork quilting.

ulster american folk park omagh museum

Omniplex Cinema Omagh

Take your little ones to our local Omniplex cinema to immerse themselves in the magic of a new movie. A modern, centrally located 7-screen cinema with special festive showings upcoming, treat yourself to some popcorn and cinema snacks and relax for a few hours.

omagh omniplex cinema


If you visit any of the places on this list you’re guaranteed to have some good craic, but be sure to keep up to date with current Covid Restrictions and remember to stay safe this festive season while out exploring Omagh and the Sperrins Region.



Eat Local

Eat Local

None of us can deny the allure of a classic Tayto cheese and onion sarnie, but sometimes the occasion calls for something a bit fancier. Thankfully, Omagh and the Sperrins Region have a fantastic range of cafes and restaurants serving delicious meals made from locally sourced ingredients.

So, whether you’re knackered after a day at work or you’re looking to get dolled up for something a bit more adventurous than your usual from the local chippy, you’re guaranteed to find something on this list to check all your boxes.  

The Sandwich Co.

With a completely unique atmosphere and character, as well as the highest level of quality in terms of location, service, and food, The Sandwich Co. is the perfect place to stop for a classic sandwich and coffee combo. 

The Sandwich Co is community focused, family orientated and supports the local community, using fair trade and locally sourced ingredients.

The Sandwich Co

The Millstone B&B and Restaurant

This gem nestled at the foot of the Sperrin Mountains is in close proximity to all the local amenities you need for a great day out, surrounded by beautiful local scenery. 

Serving the most delicious meals made from locally sourced ingredients from the friendliest staff you could meet in hospitality, this restaurant should be at the top of your list of places to try this year. 

millstone omagh restaurant


Brie’s Barista

Right in the heart of the Gortin Glen Forest Park, Brie’s Barista Bar is the perfect spot to stop off for some refreshments while out on your adventures in nature. 

bries gortin glens cafe


Loved by all the locals, this welcoming little spot serves what is often referred to as the best coffee by far and some special sweet treats from Sugar Shack NI.

Sally’s Of Omagh

The popular location of Sally’s has a lot to offer! With a bar, club and bistro lounge it’s a great place for any occasion. Catering to both small and large groups and offering special meal and cocktail offers this place is definitely worth a visit. 

Regular live entertainment and a fantastic atmosphere make this one of the most celebrated venues in County Tyrone. 

sallys of omagh restaurant

Rue Mainstreet

This local pub and bar serves delicious authentic foods and is a popular location with the locals. Perfect for beer and coffee lovers this eatery provides an intimate atmosphere where you can relax and unwind at the end of a hard week. 

A great menu filled with variety and food served by friendly and inviting staff make Rue a fantastic option if you’re looking for a tasty meal in Omagh town.

rue main street omagh restaurant


Serendipity Café

This gluten free, vegan and vegetarian friendly cafe serves up a fantastic selection of breakfast, lunch and brunch options for everyone. 

A cosy, quirky and inviting little tearoom that impresses on arrival. Serendipity serves everything from pancakes to paninis and is a must see if you’re looking for a bite to eat. 

serendipity restaurant omagh

The Blind Cobbler

Beautifully nestled on the corner of John street in Omagh this gem is best known for its quirky vibe, delicious food and speciality cocktails. Instantly met with a warm welcome this location provides weekly live music from talented local artists and is the go to destination in Omagh. 

This relaxed venue offers different dining styles to suit any occasion. The Blind Cobbler  is a great place to host a party or event this year if you’re planning something special. 

Blind Cobbler Omagh bar restaurant


The Aul Bank Coffee Shop

With brilliant food and a friendly service this gem is a great addition to the small and rural village of Gortin. Serving quality artisan foods made from local produce, this charming coffee shop is in an idyllic location. It is the perfect spot to stop off and enjoy a range of hot and cold drinks, sweet treats and delicious lunch options. 

auld bank gortin coffee shop

Back Street Eats

Open Thursday through to Sunday this street food location is a must try serving mouth wateringly good dishes from tacos & burritos to dirty fries. There’s nowhere else quite like it and once you try it once, you will be back! 

You won’t be disappointed by the fantastic food they serve here with their quick and friendly service.

back street eats omagh

White Hare Restaurant

The White Hare coffee house and restaurant is not to be missed with their special 2 and 3 course offers. It’s a tasty and affordable option for a fantastic meal out. 

With classic pub grub and traditional bites the relaxing ambience in this unique location is an experience you won’t soon forget. Local prime cut meats and local produce from the onsite community garden are just a few of the unique offerings this eatery has to boast of. 

Be sure to keep up to date with current Covid Restrictions and remember to stay safe this festive season while out exploring Omagh and the Sperrins Region.

white hare restaurant an creagan

For lots more inspiration check out our Eat, Drink and Nightlife section here.

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