Gortin Lakes

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Gortin Lakes

This short off-road walk leads around Gortin Lakes with superb views of the Sperrins landscape. The path has recently been upgraded – the firm surface is of a good and consistent standard throughout the walk.

From the car park, the walk around the two lakes is laid out in the formation of the figure eight and people can choose to walk in either direction. 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.

0.6 miles

Gravel paths with some inclines

Point of interest:
The lakes and the landscape

Parking, picnic tables and toilets

Railway Cottage Farm Shop

Railway Cottage is a quirky little log cabin shop in Omagh focused on sustainable living.

Our story began as part of our own journey towards a healthier and more eco-friendly way of life.  Living and raising our family surrounded by beautiful countryside, we wanted to eliminate the harsh chemicals and excess plastic packaging that were commonly found in the products we used every day, and which seemed at odds with the diversity and wellbeing of the world around us.

We began seeking alternatives, but were frustrated that we couldn’t find everything we needed in one place (and by the cost of postage to NI!) – so in the spring of 2019 we decided to try an experiment.  We selected a small range of our favourite products, opened a tiny pop-up shop in our garden shed – and it was a hit!

Today, Railway Cottage occupies a custom-built log cabin at our home and our product range has expanded to include many leading eco brands including Bio-D, Faith in Nature, Georganics, Chilly’s, KeepCup, BeeBee, Nkuku and more.

We became the first store in our area to offer zero waste refills for a wide range of household products, and we’ve also built a reputation for fine, local produce, helping customers to support small businesses across Northern Ireland while reducing food miles.

Best of all, we have been privileged to meet so many people who share our belief that we can all tread a little lighter on this beautiful planet we call home.

Whether you come to see us from near or far, you’ll find the same warm welcome and relaxed atmosphere – you’re more than welcome to stop and chat a while, pick up some yummy home bakes and let the kids explore the garden or say hello to the chickens, ducks and alpacas while you browse.  Thank you for shopping with us!

The Grange Destination Playpark

Fun and laughter for everyone at this state-of-the-art, inclusive ‘destination play park’ and represents the Council’s ambitious Play Park Strategy for the district.

The new play park has been redeveloped around the theme of ‘bridges and spires’, reflecting the landscape and heritage of Omagh and also includes specialised inclusive play equipment as well as a sensory garden.  It is situated against the backdrop of mature trees, a wildflower meadow and a tree trail which will offer enhanced play value and ensure the natural environment is maintained.

The new play park provides an exciting, fun, inclusive, accessible and safe place for parents and children of all abilities.  The integration of the green space and the theme of bridges and spires will help to ensure the outstanding and culturally rich environment is cherished, sustainably managed and appropriately accessible.

Recognising that the “key stakeholders” in this project are children and young people, the Council was particularly delighted to welcome representatives from a number of local primary schools in Omagh to a VIP Play day in advance of the official opening, providing some of the pupils the opportunity to be the first to try out the new play park!


Off-Grid Adventures & Well-Being Omagh

Sign up and zone out of your hectic lifestyle for a while. Find your inner zen and peace with the experienced Donna who will take you on a subtle journey of the Gortin Lakes via Paddleboard Yoga. Call Donna for a bespoke experience of the lakes!

Dukes Ultra Premium Ice Cream

Dukes Ultra Premium Ice Cream is brought to you by a husband and wife duo, Jonny and Natasha who are true ice cream enthusiasts. When covid hit and the ice cream shops shut, to fulfil his ice cream cravings Jonny bought an ice cream maker and we started making ice cream. Many lockdown evenings and weekends where spent trying out different recipes and enjoying the ice cream we made. As the world and we emerged from lockdown, we shared our ice cream with some friends and family who to our surprise loved it as much as we did and as we returned to some of our much loved ice cream shops their ice cream just wasn’t the same as the ice cream we could make at home. After doing a bit of research, Jonny discovered we had in fact been making ultra premium ice cream, something to our knowledge not available in Northern Ireland. With this golden nugget of knowledge and with some help we created what we believe to be the highest quality ice cream possible, that we can not wait for you to try. Dukes Ice Cream Honesty Shop is open Daily from 10am to 10pm

Sperrin Sculpture at Mullaghcarn

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 the sculptures will be considered tourist attractions individually, they are linked by one story so that when tourists visit one sculpture, they will be enticed to travel to the other sculptures to appreciate the complete story told by the sculptures. This will provide a structured trail which allows visitors to appreciate the stunning location of the Sperrins resulting in tourists extending their stay in the Sperrins region.

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

A Flavour of Omagh

Explore the thriving Market Town of Omagh taking in the independent food & drink scenes on foot. Whether you’re a visitor or resident, we’ll take you on a guided food & drink adventure to discover “A Flavour of Omagh”


A Flavour of Omagh is a food and drink experience that takes participants on a guided 3 hour tour of our superb bars and restaurants in the town.

Whether you’re a visitor to the area or resident of the town you will enjoy this food and drink adventure making regular stops to sip, taste and enjoy a real flavour of Omagh.

A little stroll here, a little taste there and a few sips along the way!

Participants must be over 18 years old Capacity: 16 people per tour



Wear comfortable footwear and clothing, an umbrella or rain garment is also recommended.

What if I have dietary restrictions?

If you have specific dietary requirements, it is essential that you let us know once you have purchased a ticket and received your confirmation email.

Does the tour include alcohol?

Yes, parts of the tour include local beverages and tasting sessions, so we recommend you park the car and /or have a designated driver or taxi organised. Alternatively, if you wish to stay in the area, contact me and I can help you find suitable accommodation.

Are there age restrictions?

All tickets purchased online must be for over 18 years and we reserve the right to request ID should our guide believe it to be necessary. Alcohol will not be served to anyone under 18 years of age.

Mysterious Tyrone with Foyle Trails

Folk Ways and Ritual Landscapes Our Hidden Heritage

Want to know how to keep your livestock healthy?  Learn plant lore? Or bury your leader?  The spirit world has the answers. So, join Martin Bradley on a visit to sites that were sacred in Bronze and Iron Age Ireland; to the tombs and standing stones,  the quaking bogs, the healing wells and other places of powerful magic.

Fairy trees, for instance. Usually whitethorns, their blossom heralds the arrival of summer and were celebrated at the Celtic festival of ‘Bealtaine’ or May Day. These trees were imbued with sacred significance and performed a central role in various rituals. Pilgrims would leave small offerings – a strip of cloth tied to a branch was a typical one – and make a wish. If you see a piece of ribbon on the tree Martin shows you, you’ll know that local people are still putting their faith in these trees.

You’ll visit sacred wells with Martin too. It was believed that drinking from them would protect you from harm and ill health. Some had the power to bestow wisdom and poetic inspiration. Such beliefs about Northern Ireland’s sacred wells have survived to the present day. They are places where the veil between our world and the other world is at its thinnest. You will learn, in fact, that at certain times of the Celtic year, the division between the two worlds disappears…

Martin will also tell you about bog bodies. These are human bodies which have been mummified by the habitats that they have lain in – sometimes for thousands of years. The ecology and chemistry found in Northern Ireland’s peat bogs provide a perfect medium for preservation, in effect pickling  human remains and other organic material for hundreds of generations.

The preservation of these bodies happened naturally. But the way in which these people met their death was not. Hearing Martin relate their stories – of deliberate injury and ritual human sacrifice –  may make you shiver, even on a hot summer’s day. Bog bodies like these provided Seamus Heaney with the subject for some of his most famous and imaginative poems. Just like this series of landscape experiences, they are sure to exert a powerful force on your own imagination too.

A 6 hour mini  bus/walking tour, with a one hour stop for lunch.  

Minimum 2 – Maximum 9 participants.    Groups of 4 or more please book 7 days in advance.

Please Note: These experiences require a moderate amount of walking across wet uneven terrain and the crossing of one stile.  Sturdy walking boots/outdoor clothing are essential as is a curious mind and a sense of fun.   Water proof boots can be supplied if you have not brought any with you.




International Appalachian Trail

The Irish section of the International Appalachian Trail is a coast to coast walk that follows some of the beautiful landscapes this island has to offer. From the epic cliffs of Slieve League, to the rugged wilderness of the Sperrin mountains; from the world famous Causeway Coast to the breathtaking Glens of Antrim. Take the next step in the world’s largest international trail network; find your nearest section of trail by visiting iatulsterireland.com #IATUlsterIreland

Connie’s Tranquil Haven

Connies Tranquil Haven has been established for over 15 years. We offer professional and personal services using the highest quality products. With the help of experienced and friendly staff, you can avail of a number of beauty and complimentary treatments in a tranquil and homely surroundings. Complimentary Unisex Health and Beauty Salon with Hot Tub Facilities.

Opening hours

Tuesday 9am-9pm

Wednesday 9am-6pm

Thursday 9am-9pm

Friday 9am-6pm

Saturday 9am -4pm

Omagh Craft Collective

Promoting local crafts people from the Omagh and surrounding areas by running a permanent Gift Shop in Omagh Town Centre. Founded in 2010 and establised over the past ten years by running an annual pop-up shop at Christmas each year.

From the 1st October Omagh Craft Collective will have a permanent shop in Omagh. We are a social enterprise ( non profit making) supporting crafters to bring their hand crafted goods to the market place.

We will have gift cards for the first time as being permanent they can be used before or after Christmas to treat your loved ones.
Christmas Club will be available to put gifts aside
We will update this post as and when we introduce our new steps
Looking forward to seeing all our friends again shortly

Glenpark Estate

Glenpark Estate is located at the foot of the Gortin Glens Forest Park just outside Omagh, Co. Tyrone in Northern Ireland. The site of the former Ulster History Park now offers hotel rooms, a caravan park & campsite, a 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.

Caravan Pitches

24 freshly landscaped pitches set in beautiful woodland on the edge of the Gortin Glen Forest Park.

All pitches have electricity, water and access to a communal bathroom block (toilets and showers). There is a games/common room open daily until 11pm.

Please note that campsite bookings do not include access to the grounds.


Pitch your tent with us and enjoy the wonders of nature with the bonus comfort of access to our on site bathroom facilities and campsite common room.

Please note that campsite bookings do not include access to the grounds.

Beaghmore Stone Circles

Discovered during peat cutting in the 1940s the site at Beaghmore consists of 7 stone circles. All of the rings are associated with cairns and a stone row runs towards these cairns.

It is possible that Neolithic occupation and cultivation preceded the erection of burial cairns and ceremonial circles and alignments: some irregular lines and heaps of boulders resembling field-fences or field-clearance may predate the ritual structures. At some stage peat started to form over the site, and it may conceivably be that the cairns and rows were erected in a futile propitiatory attempt to restore fertility to the soil by attracting back the fading sun.


Gortin Glen Forest MTB Trails

With a healthy blend of red and blue trails, Gortin’s natural inclination towards hills means riders will earn those epic views, and more importantly, over 14km of smooth flowy sections ideal for those looking to shred at speed or just get an epic introduction to the world of mountain biking.

With views from the top of Mullaghcarn and Ladies Viewpoint, you can be assured of the best seat in the house to enjoy the Sperrins.


A more gradual climb from the car park on a shared fire road brings you to a junction where you can choose from one of two blue trails.

You’ll either turn left and join The Roller Coaster – a section you can pick up some real speed on through the forest until some small turns and features near the bottom.

Or you can opt for Kelan’s Chase, where you’ll encounter another climb toward’s Ladies View Point before a long descent filled with fast flowy fun, tight corners and some short pedalling sections.


The trails are now open and riding well.



The main red section is where you earn those views – climb out of the bottom car park through the Glen until you reach the Mullaghcarn ascent.

From here it’s another short, sharp climb that rewards you for your efforts in incredible views of the Sperrins. Take a moment to enjoy them before dropping onto “The Mountain” – a flowy cascade of berms and switchbacks the lead into a super fast and open run.

After some tight corners, you’ll rejoin the forest in Sika’s Run in a series of moderate rock drops and steep descents, before reemering at the car park.

The River Run trail involves following the fire road for the blue trail from the car park, before turning left and joining the blue trail for a short period. You then break off right and enjoy another scenic descent through the forest, this time with the river on your right.


The trails are now open and riding well.

BT/EE Store – coming soon

We are delighted to announce that BT/EE are opening a new store in Omagh’s High Street very soon!

Omagh Historical Trail

Learn about Omagh’s exciting and varied history as well as some famous people with the Omagh Historical Trail map.


Historic Sites in Tyrone

Discover historic sites through-out Tyrone including Harry Avery’s Castle, Beaghmore Stone Circle, Cappagh Old Church, Creggandevesky Court Tomb and Knockmany Passage Tomb.


The Crosshill Gallery

The Crosshill Gallery specialize in providing a wide range of high quality contemporary art including Originals, Glass Art, Limited Editions & Open Editions. We also make bespoke mirrors.

Framing Service
We provide a personalised framing service where we can frame your treasured memories or your prized possessions including jerseys, medals, or even baby shoes. We have a wide variety of frames to choose from to suit all your framing needs.

We have large selection of artwork in our gallery and on our website to suit a range of different budgets.


We have a wide variety of Framed Mirrors including, Leaner Mirrors, Dress Mirrors & Wall Mounted Mirrors. We can also make bespoke mirrors tailored to your requirements including bevelled mirrors.

Glass Art
Our stunning Glass Art will brighten up any home, its striking colours & design really catches the eye. We currently have a selection of different Glass Art products including framed pieces, bowls, table art & mirrors with a Glass Art Frame.

Michelle Butler Ceramics

Nestling in the shelter of the Sperrin Mountains, just north of Omagh, is a Stone Barn and Cottage.  The home of Tyrone Ceramicist Michelle Butler.  From her barn studio Michelle produces exquisite, rustic, original ceramics.

Michelle is a design graduate of The Falmouth School of Art.  Since graduation she has specialised in the design and production  of  Ceramics.  She has been producing her unique brand of Irish Ceramics since December 1998, when she started her business in the Omagh Enterprise Centre. Then in 2005, she established Sperrin Ceramics Studio in the refurbished Stone Barn at her home.

Michelle Butler Ceramics creates a unique range of handcrafted ceramic items from large pots to jewellery. Drawing inspiration from this beautiful rural location, Michelle has created a signature style with her Celtic Stone and Iron Stone collections that are highly sought after.

Michelle has developed a unique style which reconciles the influences of primitive Celtic Art and forms.  All pieces are hand crafted from a textured stoneware clay. Her signature finish of rich metallic oxide adds both depth and lustre.  The use of a variety of glazes adds to the pattern, relief and overall effect, creating ideal ceramic gifts.

Michelle’s Jewellery is an embodiment of all these influences in smaller exquisite forms.  A smoother whiter stoneware clay is used for these beautiful, smaller items to give increased detail and charm.


Spa by the Sperrins

Spa By The Sperrins

43 Knockmoyle Road


Co Tyrone

Tel;  0751 424 7393



NEW Sperrin Scenic Driving Route

The Sperrins – an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty – are Northern Ireland’s most extensive mountain range and can be explored via a series of scenic driving routes.

There are four scenic driving routes to choose from: North, Central, East and South. Each route represents an opportunity to become immersed in an environment millions of years in the making and steeped in myth and legend.

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ReelDeal Fly Fishing


Co Tyrone

Tel: 0796 874 0312


email: shane@reeldealflyfishing.co.uk


Omagh and Sperrins Visitor Map

A map of Omagh and sperrins is available from link below:

Omagh and Sperrins Map


Showgrounds Retail Park


Co Tyrone

Sperrins Scenic Touring Routes

Four scenic touring routes are available to explore throughout the Sperrins region. A link to each is available below:

Southern Sperrins Touring Route

Central Sperrins Touring Route

Eastern Sperrins Touring Route

Northern Sperrins Touring Route




Glam Hairdressing and Make Up Bar

Foundry Lane


tel;  028 82269705

Just Vape

3 Foundry Lane

Omagh      BT78 1ED

Tel;  028 8226 7207

Roisin’s Nails & Beauty

Foundry Lane



Virginia Photography

16 Foundry Lane


Co Tyrone      BT78 1ED

Tel:  028 8226 7071

Web:  https://virginias-photography.com/

The Vintage Exchange

Foundry Lane


Tel: 07517 982574

iCovers Smartphone Sales & Repairs

1a Scarffe’s Entry


BT78 1JH

Tel: 028 8225 8170

Foundry Barber Co

Foundry Lane


Call A Cab

John Street


Co Tyrone

Tel; 028 82252444

Spick and Span Drycleaners

36 Market St


BT78 1EH

Tel;  028 8224 7535

Omagh Telecoms

42, High St


BT78 1BP

Tel:  028 8288 8111

The Spectacle Maker

Sedan Avenue


BT79 7AQ

Tel: 028 8225 7861


Yellow Lane

Showgrounds Retail Park

18 Sedan Ave
BT79 7AQ

Tel:  028 8224 9787

Polished Beauty

20 Old Market Place


BT78 1BT

Tel; 028 82249719


Hair on the Square

Old Market Place


Co Tyrone

Tel:  028 82247589

The Beauty Bar at Tempest

The Showgrounds Retail Park


Co Tyrone

BT79 7AQ

028 82247517

King’s Barbers

 47 Kevlin Ave,


BT78 1ER

Turkish Barbers

61c High Street


Co Tyrone

BT78 1BA


54-56 High St


BT78 1BS

Tel:  028 8224 3256

Top Shop

Top Shop

Showgrounds Retail Park


BT79 7AQ

028 8224 1983



34 Market St,


BT78 1EH



53 High St


BT78 1BA

Tel:  028 8225 2086


Unit 8, Showgrounds Retail Park,
Sedan Avenue,
Omagh BT79 7AQ
028 8225 1522



9-11 Main Street Shopping Centre,

High Street,


BT78 1BA

Tel: 028 8225 2758

Print it Frame it

Print it Frame it Omagh

6  Market St


BT78 1EH

Tel:  02882 244007


30 Campsie Crescent
BT79 0AD

Malaika Charity Shop

Campsie Road,


BT79 0AF

Faith Mission Book Shop

42A Market St,
BT78 1EH

Vincent’s (St Vincent DePaul)

10 Castle St
BT78 1DD
Tel: 028 8224 9839

JG Fleming Estate Agents

42A High St
BT78 1BP
Tel: 028 8225 0040

Dickson & Co

Head Office, Omagh
54 Dromore Road
County Tyrone
BT78 1RB

Tel: 028 8225 1241


Outstanding Estate Agents

78 Market St, Omagh BT79 0AA

Mortgage & Property Plus

11 Campsie Rd
BT79 0AE

O’Kane Bros Ltd

27 Market St, Omagh BT78 1EE
Tel: 028 8224 7575


11-13 Market St,
Omagh BT78 1EE
 Tel : 028 8224 0832

CPS Property

16 John St,
Omagh BT78 1DW
Tel: 028 8225 2820

Web: http://cps-property.com/


1 Dublin Rd,
Omagh BT78 1ES

Tel: 0845 740 4404

Web: https://www.hsbc.co.uk/

Ulster Bank

14 High St,

Omagh BT78 1BJ

Tel:  028 8224 3581


Danske Bank

5-7 Market St,
Omagh BT78 1BN
Tel: 0345 602 6548

Vinegar Hill Loop

This 7 mile walk provides a taster of what the Sperrins have to offer, rolling hills, lush green valleys and a snapshot of rural life.

Start from Barnes Gap car park in Glenelly Valley clearly marked from Gortin and the B47. The car Park was once the site of The Barnes National School. Toilets available.

This route is fully marked with way marked posts and directional arrows. It follows the same line as the Craignamaddy Route for some time but leaves it just after Scotch Town cross roads.The route follows The Craignamaddy Route and The Ulster Way at a small stand of coniferous trees at Garvagh.

From the car park follow the finger post sign for the Craignamaddy Circuit across the road proceeding uphill to the top of the gap. Just over the brow of the hill a left turn leads to a gravel lane that contours Mullaghbolig.

Continue on this track and descend into the Owenkillew Valley past Vinegar Hill on your right hand side. Pass through a farmyard onto a tarred road. Turn right and continue straight through Scotch Town cross roads until the next turn right. The Craignamaddy route turns right up this lane but Vinegar Hill route continues on straight.

At the next cross roads follow two way marked posts and continue up hill through farm buildings on each side of the road. At the next junction continue straight on to Garvagh and a small stand of coniferous trees. Turn right and rejoin the Craignamaddy and Ulster Way routes along a gravel lane. This lane continues on to meet a tarred road, turn left and you are back at Barnes Gap. You can take the high road or the low road back to the car park.

The route jointly facilitated by Omagh and Strabane District Councils. For further information contact Omagh TIC Tel – 028 8224 7831 or Strabane TIC Tel – 028 7138 4444.


Gortin Glen Forest Park

Gortin Glen Forest Park is located six miles north of Omagh off the B48 road towards Gortin village at the western gateway to the Sperrin mountains.

The Forest is owned by Forest Service NI with the play park and trails maintained by Fermanagh and Omagh District Council.

The International Appalachian Trail / Ulster Way pass through part of the forest.  A major recreational feature of the forest is the Destination Play Park (opened August 2019). In addition to the walking trails there is also a five mile long scenic drive which offers some magnificent views of County Tyrone. A number of vista lay-bys have been created where the motorist can pull in to enjoy the spectacular scenery.

A range of trails give the visitor a chance to enjoy the Park at its best. All the trails are colour coded and return to the car park.

Other facilities onsite include, toilets, Picnic Tables and a BBQ area.

Also on site is the newly opened Brie’s Barista Bar  which offer fantastic food and delicious coffee on site!

Furth north of the Forest Park are the Gortin Lakes offering a short walk around these kettle hole lakes with superb vistas of the Sperrin Mountains to the north.

Opening times: 24 hours

Check out the new Gortin Glen Forest Park Flyer –  Gortin Glens DL – Flyer Sept 23

Robbers Table

An excellent off-road hill walk opening up views of the Bluestack and High Sperrin Mountain ranges.

Park at Gortin Glen Forest Park. Exit the Park, cross the road and turn first right onto the Lisnaharney Road.

At the 5th road junction on the right hand side, leave the road and walk uphill along the Lisnaharney public right of way.

From the top of the hill descend to the road, turning left at the bottom.

Walk along the road until turning left again onto the Eskeradooey public right of way. This path leads to the top of the hill and then descends back to the Lisnaharney Road.

On reaching the road turn left and retrace your steps back to the car park at Gortin Glens Forest Park.


The Sweet Spot

Unit 3 1A Market House
Omagh, BT78 1EX

Tel: N/A

Web: N/A

The Meat Joint

8, Foundry Lane,
Omagh, BT78 1ED

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 4904

Web: http://www.themeatjoint.com


17 Scarffe’s Entry (Shoe Repairs)

News at Six

6 John Street,
Omagh, BT78 1DW

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 0113

Web: N/A

The News Shoppe

Campsie Road,
Omagh, BT79 0AG

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 5316

Web: N/A

Keys McMahon Ltd

Unit 14, 22 Dromore Road
Omagh, BT78 1QZ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 2688


Bridge Express

2 Bridge Street,
Omagh, BT78 1BX

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 2004

Web: N/A

Top News

3 Georges Street
Omagh, BT78 1DE

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 0084

Web: N/A

Carlisle Bookshop 25 High Street

Omagh, BT78 1BA

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 2011

Web: http://www.carlislebookshop.com


1a George’s Street,
Omagh, BT78 1DE

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 2343

Web: http://www.dobbins-omagh.com


20 Dromore Road Retail Park
Omagh, BT78 1RE

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 1010

Web: N/A

Signal Signs

10 Abbey Street,
Omagh, BT78 1BZ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 0504

Web: http://www.signalsigns.co.uk/

Poundstretcher Ltd

8-10 Scarffe’s Entry
Omagh, BT78 1JH

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 0869

Web: N/A

B&M Bargains

Unit 1, Great Northern Retail Park
Omagh, BT78 5GZ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 8141

Web: http://www.bmstores.co.uk

Pat Kirk

53 Brookmount Road
Omagh, BT78 5HZ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 1515

Web: http://www.patkirk.com/

Home Bargains

24 Dromore Road
Omagh, BT78 1QZ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 7734

Web: http://www.homebargains.co.uk


Unit 2 Great Northern Retail Park Tamlaght Road,
Omagh, BT78 5GZ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 7030

Web: http://www.halfords.com


Park Lane, Dromore Road
Omagh, BT78 1DF

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 6939

Web: http://www.autoglass.co.uk

Charles Hurst Tyres

45a Dromore Road,
Omagh, BT78 1RB

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 9292

Web: http://www.charleshurstgroup.co.uk

ATS Tyre Service

Derry Road
Omagh, BT78 5EG

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 3266

Web: http://www.atseuromaster.co.uk

The Ironing Shop Ltd

Market House/1b Market Rd,
Omagh, BT78 1EX

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 0052

Web: http://www.facebook.com/ironing.shopomagh

Peerless Cleaners

14 Bridge Street
Omagh, BT78 1BX

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 2459

Web: N/A

Ashfield Launderette

47, Market St
Omagh, BT78 1EL

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 5269

Web: N/A

Cleanwell Cleaners

24 John Street,
Omagh, BT78 1QZ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 2515

Web: N/A

Care for Cancer

1 Campsie Avenue,
Omagh, BT79 0FD

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 6599

Web: http://careforcancer.co.uk

Oxfam Charity Shop

47, Market St
Omagh, BT78 1EL

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 5269

Web: N/A

Cancer Research

46 High Street,
Omagh, BT78 1BP

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 3811

Web: http://www.cancer-research-omagh.org

British Red Cross Charity Shop

15 Scarffe’s Entry
Omagh, BT78 1BT

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 0006

Web: http://www.redcross.org.uk/

P & L Taxis

7, Georges St
Omagh, BT78 1DE

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 1010

Web: N/A


15 Scarffe’s Entry,
Omagh, BT78 1JH

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 6958

Web: http://www.barnardos.org.uk

Sure Taxis

4 Glenside
Omagh, BT79 7GL

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 2200

Web: N/A


4 Market Street,
Omagh, BT78 1QZ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 2865

Web: http://www.fixafone.mobi/omagh.htm

Urgent Taxis

Bridge Street
Omagh, BT78 1BX

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 8999

Web: N/A


Unit 4 Main Street
Omagh, BT78 1BA

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 8358

Web: http://www.o2.co.uk/

MUST Communications

11, John Street,
Omagh, BT78 1DW

Tel: +44 (0) 28 028 8225 1251

Web: N/A

Carphone Warehouse

36A High Street,
Omagh, BT78 1BP

Tel: +44 (0) 870 142 1144

Web: http://www.carphonewarehouse.com

Image Express

49 High Street
Omagh, BT78 1BA

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 3250

Web: http://www.imageexpress.info

Imaging Solutions

6 Market Street
Omagh, BT78 1EH

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 4007

Web: N/A

Hello Petal

15 Bridge Street,
Omagh, BT78 1BU

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 0358

Web: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Flowers-by-Cera

Donnie McGale Photography

James Street,
Omagh, BT78 1DH

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 7193

Web: http://donniemcgale.com

The Daisy Chain

1 Campsie Road,
Omagh, BT79 0AE

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 2730

Web: http://www.thedaisychain.biz/

Floral Temptations

Unit 1B Market House
Omagh, BT78 1EX

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 0505

Web: http://www.floraltemptations.co.uk

Turningpoint Properties

Market Street
Omagh, BT78 1EL

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 2077

Web: http://www.turningpointproperties.co.uk/

Spires Art

2 Brookmount Road,
Omagh, BT78 5HZ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 6613

Web: http://www.spiresart.com/

Porter William & Son

21 High Street
Omagh, BT78 1BA

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 2370

Web: N/A

D A McLernon Estate Agents

36 Market Street,
Omagh, BT78 1EH

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 2772

Web: http://www.damclernon.com

Pollock Estate Agents

36 High Street,
Omagh, BT78 1BQ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 5440

Web: http://www.pollockestateagents.com

Corry and Stewart Estate Agents

8 Dublin Road,
Omagh, BT78 1ES

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 0500

Web: http://www.corryandstewart.com

Peter McAleer Ltd Insurance Broker

10 Dublin Road,

Omagh, BT78 1ES

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 2786

Web: http://www.mcaleerinsurance.co.uk

T Patterson Stewart

25 High Street
Omagh, BT78 1BA

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 3603

Web: http://www.pattersonstewart.com/

Todd Insurance

10 Prospect Court
Omagh, BT78 1AR

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 5333

Web: http://toddni.co.uk/

Progressive Building Society

40 High Street
Omagh, BT78 1BP

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 0989

Web: http://www.theprogressive.com/


40 High Street
Omagh, BT78 1BP

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 0989

Web: http://www.theprogressive.com/

Northern Bank

5-7 Market Street,
Omagh,  BT78IBN

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 7966

Web: http://www.northernbank.co.uk/en-gb/Pages/default.aspx


22 High Street
Omagh, BT78 1BQ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8287 0609

Web: http://www.halifax.co.uk


20 High Street
Omagh, BT78 1BQ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8287 0100

Web: http://www.nationwide.co.uk/default.htm

Bank of Ireland

23-25 Campsie Road,
Omagh, BT78 0AE

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 7821

Web: http://www.bankofireland.com

First Trust Bank

41 Main Street,
Omagh, BT78 3AG

Tel: +44 (0) 84 5600 5925

Web: http://www.firsttrustbank.co.uk

AXA Direct

76 Market Street
Omagh, BT79 0AA

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 5703

Web: http://www.axani.co.uk/help/axa-direct-insurance-omagh-branch.aspx

Supervalu (Post Office)

11-13 Market Street
Omagh, BT78 1EE

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 2310

Web: http://www.supervalu.co.uk/

McBride’s Spar, Gortin Road

3 Gortin Road
Omagh, BT79 7DA

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 6606

Web: http://www.spar.co.uk/


19 James Street,
Omagh, BT78 1QX

Tel: +44 (0) 800 0180 266

Web: http://www.lidl.ie

Marks & Spencer

Unit 2 Showgrounds Retail Park,
Omagh, BT79 7AQ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 1649

Web: http://www.marksandspencer.com


Unit 2 Kevlin Road
Omagh, BT78 1JL

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 2664

Web: http://www.iceland.co.uk

Dunnes Stores

Riverside Shopping Centre/Irishtown Road,
Omagh, BT78 1EF

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 270

Web: http://www.dunnesstores.ie

Centra Food Store Brookmount Road

48 Brookmount Road,
Omagh, BT78 5HY

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 9517

Web: http://www.centra.co.uk


82 Derry Road,
Omagh, BT78 5ED

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 1015

Web: N/A


31 Dromore Road
Omagh, BT78 1QZ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 9646

Web: http://storelocator.asda.com/store/omagh-northern-ireland

The Goldmine Jewellers

Unit 9 Prospect Court
Omagh, BT78 1AR

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 7746

Web: N/A

Tattykeel Design Studio

115 Doogary Road
Omagh, BT79 OBN

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 9801

Web: www.tattykeeldesignstudio.com


61 High Street
Omagh, BT78 1BA

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 2296

Web: N/A


22 Bridge Street
Omagh, BT78 1BX

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 2230

Web: N/A

Hazel Allen Jewellers

4 Scarffe’s Entry,
Omagh, BT78 1JH

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 2270

Laird’s Jewellers

10 Bridge Street
Omagh, BT78 1BX

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 2587

Web: N/A

Bogues Jewellers

9A Market Street,
Omagh, BT78 1EE

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 3550

Web: http://boguesjewellers.com


Unit 2, Royal Arms Mews / Main Street
Omagh, BT78 1BA

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 0378

Web: http://www.argento.co.uk/

The Thread Mill

Exchange Building, James Street,
Omagh, BT78 1DH

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 4979

Web: http://www.thethreadmillomagh.com/

Whites of Omagh

Bridge Street
Omagh, BT78 1BU

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 2427

Web: http://www.whitesofomagh.co.uk/

McGale’s Furniture & Flooring

36-38 John Street,
Omagh, BT78 1DN

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 3342

Web: N/A

Laura Ashley

Unit 1, Showgrounds Retail Park  Sedan Avenue,
Omagh, BT79 7AQ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 1291

Web: http://www.lauraashley.com

Jack McGinn & Co

9-11 Dublin Road,
Omagh, BT78 1ES

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 2180

Web: N/A

Ideal Flooring

Dromore Road
Omagh, BT78 1QZ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 1199

Web: http://idealflooringomagh.com


Unit 5, Great Northern Retail Park,
Omagh, BT78 5QZ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 0654

Web: http://www.homebase.co.uk

Home Decor Centre

65 Market Street,
Omagh, BT79 0AA

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 3832

Web: http://www.homedecorcentre.co.uk

Harry Corry

Unit 3  Great Northern Retail Park,
Omagh, BT78 5GZ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 8352

Web: http://www.harrycorry.com

H & R Lyons

33 High Street,
Omagh, BT78 1BA

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 7260

Web: N/A

Dreams Beds

3-4 Dromore Road,
Omagh, BT78 1RE

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 9110

Web: http://www.dreams.co.uk

Fox’s Furnishings

13 Kevlin Road,
Omagh, BT78 1LB

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 0799

Web: N/A

Budget Furnishings

16 Sedan Avenue,
Omagh, BT79 7AQ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 7400

Web: http://www.budgetfurnishingsomagh.co.uk

Dreamland Bed Linen

12 Foundry Lane,
Omagh, BT78 1ED

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 2515

Web: http://www.dreamlandbedlinen.com

Bassetts Bathroom Centre

18 Dromore Road,
Omagh, BT78 1QZ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 9666

Web: http://www.bassettsonline.com

Personal Health & Fitness

Gortrush Industrial Estate
Omagh, BT78 5EJ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 8181

Fit for Life

Unit 3 Dromore Road Retail Park,
Omagh, BT78 1RE

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 7117

Web: http://www.fitforlifeoma.com


Bridge Street
Omagh, BT78 1BU

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 2655

Web: http://www.2c.ie/


25 Market Street
Omagh, BT78 1EE

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 7180

Web: http://www.specsavers.co.uk/stores/omagh/

McGrath & McCrystal Opticians

57 High Street,
Omagh, BT78 1BA

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 1503

Web: N/A

McCanney Opticians

2 George’s Street,
Omagh, BT78 1DE

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 9636

Web: http://www.mccanneyopticians.com

Curran Optometrist Ltd

44 Market Street
Omagh, BT78 1EH

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 6093

Web: http://www.curran-optometrists.co.uk

The Natural Health Clinic

Church Street,
Omagh, BT78 1DG Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 5278

Web: N/A

Velvet Lounge

3 Kevlin Road
Omagh, BT78 1LW

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 1717

Web: N/A

Zu Hair Company

16 Holmview Avenue
Omagh, BT79 0AQ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 5825

Web: https://www.facebook.com/zu.hairomagh.9

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Uptown Beauty Clinic

12B Foundry Lane
Omagh, BT78 1ED

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 6853

Web: http://www.uptownbeautyclinic.co.uk

The Works Hair & Beauty

Market Street
Omagh, BT79 0AA

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 4215

Web: N/A

Holland & Barrett

3 Main Street,
Omagh, BT78 1AE

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 1894

Web: http://www.hollandandbarrett.com

The Salon

62A Derry Road,
Omagh, BT78 5DY

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 1717

Web: N/A

The Village Beauty

85E Old Mountfield Road
Omagh, BT79 7LT

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 3881

Web: http://www.thevillagebeauty.co.uk

Slevin’s Chemist

Market Street
Omagh, BT78 1EL

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 2901

Web: N/A

McGread’s Pharmacy

21-23 John Street,
Omagh, BT78 1DW

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 2562

Web: N/A

The Cut

24 High Street
Omagh, BT78 1BQ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 0882

Web: N/A

The Beauty Loft

41C High Street
Omagh, BT78 1BA

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 7499

Web: http://www.beautyloft.co.uk

Swift Hair Studio

85a, Old Mountfield Road
Omagh, BT79 7LT

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 6521

Web: N/A

The Barber Shop

25 John Street,
Omagh, BT78 1DW

Tel: N/A

Web: N/A

Kelly’s Chemist

41 High Street
Omagh, BT78 1BA

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 2030

Web: N/A

Gordon’s Chemist

30 Market Street,
Omagh, BT78 1EH

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 2122


High Street
Omagh, BT78 1BA

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 4916

Web: N/A

Simply Beautiful

49 Market Street
Omagh, BT78 1EL

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 1555

Web: http://www.simplybeautifulni.co.uk

Brookmount Pharmacy

Unit 3 48C Brookmount Road,
Omagh, BT78 5HY

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 2205

Web: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Brookmount-Pharmacy/


31 Market Street,
Omagh, BT78 1EE

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 5922

Shanes Barber Shop

5 Foundry Lane
Omagh, BT78 1ED

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8226 8083

Web: N/A

Bradley’s Pharmacy

84 Old Mountfield Road,
Omagh, BT79 7ET

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 0939

Web: http://www.bradleyspharmacy.com

Rosemary Cottage In Town

33 Market Street,
Omagh, BT78 1EE

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 6269

Website: https://www.facebook.com/omaghmarketstreet

The Perfume Shop

51 High Street,
Omagh, BT78 1BA

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 7799

Web: http://www.theperfumeshop.com

Marys Hair Salon

15 George’s Street,
Omagh, BT78 1DE

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 1184

Web: N/A

Priscilla’s For Hair

70 Market Street
Omagh, BT78 1EL

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 9911

Web: N/A


48-50 High Street
Omagh, BT78 1BP

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 5626

Web: http://www.superdrug.com/

Margaret’s Hair Salon

34 High Street,
Omagh, BT78 1BQ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 9342

Web: N/A

Louise’s Hair Salon

14 Castle Street,
Omagh, BT78 1DD

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 1182

Web: N/A

Gordons Chemist

30 Market Street,
Omagh, BT78 1BS

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 8226

Web: http://www.semichem.co.uk


3-47 High Street,
Omagh, BT78 1BA

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 5455

Web: http://www.boots.com

Kee Toning

1 Old Market Place,
Omagh, BT78 1BT

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 6354

Web: http://www.facebook.com/kee.toning

Keating & Gallagher

61 High Street,
Omagh, BT78 1BA

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 2392

Web: N/A


37 High Street
Omagh, BT78 1BA

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 2298

Web: http://www.wattersons.co.uk/

Hi-Teck Hair Salon

46 Brookmount Road,
Omagh, BT78 5HY

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 7863

Web: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Hi-Teck-Hair-Salon-Omagh


37 Market Street,
Omagh, BT78 1EE

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 4334

Web: N/A

Headlines Hair Studio

4 Main Street,
Omagh, BT78 3AA

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8956 1390

Web: N/A

Helena’s Hair, Wig & Beauty Co

19-21 Campsie Road,
Omagh, BT79 0AE

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 2516

Web: N/A

Hairway Salon

1A Holmview Avenue
Omagh, BT79 0AQ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 3700

Web: N/A

The Style Outlet

9 Bridge Street,
Omagh, BT78 1JH

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 7808

Web: http://www.styleomagh.com/

Hair Nation

Lower Ground, 13, Market Street,
Omagh, BT78 1EE

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 2907

Web: http://hairnationomagh.co.uk


6 Castle Street,
Omagh, BT78 1DD

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 9727

Web: N/A


9 Bridge Street
Omagh, BT78 1BU

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 7808

Web: http://www.styleomagh.com/

Hair Graphics

11 Bridge Street,
Omagh, BT78 1BU

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 2531

Web: N/A

Hair Depot

1 Mountjoy Road,
Omagh, BT79 7AA

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 1280

Web: http://www.facebook.com/HairDepotOmagh

She Ladies Boutique

11 Bridge Street
Omagh, BT78 1BU

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 1088

Web: http://www.sheomagh.co.uk/

Hair Affair

74 Market Street,
Omagh, BT79 0AA

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 1388

Web: https://www.loc8nearme.co.uk/northern-ireland/omagh/hair-affair/333883/

Glamourize Beauty Salon

Old Mountfield Road
Omagh, BT79 7EP

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 0484

Web: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Glamourize-Beauty-Salon

SD Kells

3-5 Scarffe’s Entry,
Omagh, BT78 1JH

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 2058

Web: http://www.sdkells.co.uk/


33A Market Street,
Omagh, BT78 1EE

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 2799

Web: http://www.facebook.com/exsaloncesalon

Cut Loose Hair & Beauty

Studio 30B Gortin Road,
Omagh, BT79 7HX

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 0036

Web: N/A


23 High Street,
Omagh, BT78 1BA

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 4910

Fax: 028 8224 4910

Creative Hair

10 George’s Street,
Omagh, BT78 1DE

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 7720

Web: http://creativehairomagh.com

Couture Hair

1 Scaffe’s Entry,
Omagh, BT78 1JH

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 3951

Web: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Couture-Hair-Omagh

Clippers Barber Shop

16 Old Market Place
Omagh, BT78 1BT

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 1600

Web: N/A

River Island

Unit 9 Showgrounds Retail Park,
Omagh, BT79 7AQ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 9197

Web: http://www.riverisland.com

Bladez Barber Shop

Old Mountfield Road,
Omagh, BT79 7ET

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 1142

Web: https://www.locaji.co.uk/northern-ireland/omagh/bladez/351587/ 


Unit 4 Showgrounds Retail Park
Omagh, BT79 7AQ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 3478

Web: http://www.peacocks.co.uk/

Antoinette’s Hair Salon

2 Old Mountfield Road
Omagh, BT79 7BJ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 3555

Web: N/A

Loft Bridal

1B Market House,
Omagh, BT78 1EX

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 0052

Web: http://loftbridal.com

Nineteen 83

20 Market Street,
Omagh, BT78 1EH

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 1110

Web: N/A

Shoe Scene

32 High Street
Omagh, BT78 1BQ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 1412

Web: N/A

GMG Logos

Unit 8 Prospect Court,
Omagh, BT78 1AR

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 0110

Web: http://www.gmglogos.com/


28-30 High Street,

Omagh, BT78 1BQ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 1233

Web: http://www.facebook.com/scarpa.omagh

McGarrigle Shoes

28 Market Street,
Omagh, BT78 1EH

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 9742

Dorothy Perkins

2 High Street,
Omagh, BT78 1BQ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 6393

Web: http://www.dorothyperkins.com


Showgrounds Retail Park
Omagh, BT79 7AQ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 6050

Web: N/A


44 High Street
Omagh, BT78 1BP

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 1677

Web: http://www.menarys.com

New Look

Unit 2-3a Showground Retail Park
Omagh, BT79 7AQ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 7130

Web: http://www.newlook.com/


Unit 5 Showgrounds Retail Park,
Omagh, BT79 7AQ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 4440

Web: www.next.co.uk


3 Scarffe’s Entry
Omagh, BT78 1JH

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 2058

Web: http://www.sdkells.co.uk/napoleon.html

Milan Clothing

15 Market Street,
Omagh, BT78 1EE

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 0643

Web: N/A

Marks & Spencer

Unit 2 Showgrounds Retail Park,
Omagh, BT79 7AQ

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 1649

Web: www.marksandspencer.com

W&S Kiddies Corner

The Market House
Omagh, BT78 1EX

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 1108

Web: N/A

Select Kidz

Market House Market Road,
Omagh, BT78 1EX

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 0289

Web: N/A

Cuba Clothing

23 Market Street,
Omagh, BT78 1EE

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 1211

Web: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Cuba-Clothing

Classic Urbanwear

17 Market Street,
Omagh, BT78 1EE

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 1233

Web: http://www.classicurbanwear.net

Bowes Bros

26 Bridge Street,
Omagh, BT78 1BX

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 4437

Web: N/A

Sports Direct

Showgrounds Retail Park
Seden Avenue
BT79 6BL

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8225 7000

Web: http://www.sportsdirect.com


Lakeland Leisure Sports Shop

14 Foundry Ln,
Omagh BT78 1ED

Phone: 028 8225 0005

Website: http://lakelandsport.com

Active 2

Market Street
Omagh, BT78 1AR

Tel: +44 (0) 28 8224 4723

Website: https://www.facebook.com/Active2omagh

Omagh Leisure Complex

Fitness and Fun for everyone! You can be sure of a friendly welcome, a host of programmed activities and the provision of a high quality service.

Indoor facilities include 25m Swimming Pool, 14m Learner Pool, Toddler’s Pool, Family Friendly Village Changing Rooms, 25 Seater Jacuzzi & Relaxation Area, Sauna & Steam Room Suite, DEC Gym Fitness Suite spread over 2 levels with four key training zones: Free Weights, Functional Training complete with Synergy Rig, Technogym Cardio Suite and Fixed Resistance and the only indoor Sprint Track in Omagh, Major and Minor Sports Halls, Spinning Studio, Conference Rooms, Special Events,Concerts and Competitions.

Outdoor facilities include Synthetic Floodlit 4G Pitches, Grass Pitch, Bowling Green and 400 metre running track. After your workout refuel in the on site Restaurant, The Galley Café or host your child’s Birthday Party with a range of party packages.

Opening times

Monday – Friday 07:00 – 22:00

Saturday & Sunday 09:00 – 17:30


  • Showers
  • Parking Available
  • Credit/Debit Cards Accepted
  • Euro Accepted

Omagh Leisure Complex

Fit For Life Personal Training & Club Energy

Welcome to Fit For Life & Club Energy the club that is much more than just a gym.

How will it be cured when nothing helps? If there is nothing to breathe and it hurts to say, what will help? This drug I saw on the counter in http://zithromaxnow.com/. Azithromycin tablets 500 mg inexpensively and the pharmacist assured that the agent put it on its feet. My symptoms were the following stuffy nose and purulent sore throat.

Join us and enjoy a wide range of classes taught by qualified fitness professionals in our dedicated studio. Stay in shape on the latest fitness equipment on our gym floor or achieve your goals with a 1-2-1 Personal Training session with our team of Personal Trainers or join our new 6week ‘Strong Camp’.

Whatever your health, fitness and lifestyle needs are we can help you achieve them.

Springhill Golf & Country Club

Springhill Golf and Country club first opened its door to the public on the 20th June 1995. Since then the course has been significantly developed into a 9 hole, Par 3, 4 and 5 and is situated just outside the quaint village of Trillick, between Enniskillen and Omagh, in Co. Tyrone.

The course enjoys magnificent views of the surrounding area as far as the Sligo mountains. The family run club consists of not only the course but also hosts excellent facilitates, including a large function room and a smaller private bar, and Kitchen.

Clanabogan Country Club (Driving Range)

Clanabogan Country Club is a well established Drving range and fully licensed bar that has built up an enviable reputation over the last 20 years. We pride ourselves on our commitment to provide a professional service at all times, whilst maintaining the highest quality of facilities.

C-More Flying School

C-More Flying School is located  in the heart of scenic Tyrone. We offer trial flights in our Microlight planes. Or for those who are feeling more adventurous we also offer lessons with our fully qualified instructors for those wishing to become NP

Fintona Golf Club

Fintona golf club was founded in 1904 and is a fine parkland 9-hole course, very conveniently positioned at the edge of the village. Many of the holes have different tees the second time round which makes your round more interesting. Golfers coming to play at Fintona will be ensured a warm welcome, a pleasant round of golf and a friendly reception in the bar afterwards.

RD Equestrian (The Ecclesville Centre)

R D Equestrian is an independent, family run riding school and livery yard providing horse riding lessons and full livery services.

We provide a relaxed environment for both horses and clients offering riding lessons for all ages and abilities. We also benefit from our own livery yard where a well trained, qualified member of staff will be looking after your horse.

Loughmacrory & Murrins District Angling Association

This Angling Club is open for everyone to join. We have very exciting plans for the future which we believe will help transform the lough into one of the top fishing destinations in the country. The 53 acre lough is home to Wild Brown Trout, Eels, Pike, Perch and stocked Triploid Rainbow Trout. We have three fishing jetties on the lough for anglers ad all legal methods are permitted from the shore. Flyfishing only is available from boats and all boat users must be over 18 and wear life jackets. No exceptions!
We have six 19 foot Sheelin boats and three 17 foot Morris boats. Oars and electric motors only permitted due to our Lough being a public water source.

The club has a very strong Committee, with experts from a wide range of fishing-related fields. The club also has a junior committee, and we are delighted with the level of interest in fishing from the younger members of the community. In the future you can expect to see angling academies, competition events and more works done to make the lough more accessible for fishing. Loughmacrory lough is an ideal destination for anglers with physical impairments, as the jetties can be utilised by wheelchair users and 2 new ones will be completed soon which are fully compliant with BDAA regulations

We plan to run coaching sessions and have 5 Level 1 Angling Coaches who are a welcome addition to our club.
Anyone wishing to put thier own boat on will have to comply with very strict rules set down by NI Water Service and should contact the Secretary on lamdaasecretary@gmail.com for further info.

All anglers must be advised that it is now illegal to fish the lough without a permit, and a rod licence. We have three warranted bailiffs and the Loughs Agency now patrol the site to ensure that the marine life are protected, and that no illegal fishing is taking place. Rod licences and permits can be purchased in Ward’s shop in Loughmacrory village.

The fishing season runs from the 1st of March to 20th of october, and a bag limit of 2 rainbow trout exceeding 9 inches must be adhered to. All other species of fish must be released as gently as possible.

Boat Hire
Adults only can hire boats. Children strictly accompanied by adult. All boat users must wear life jackets, no exceptions. Angler must provide own lifejackets.

Strictly no more than three anglers per boat. LAMDAA have the right to refuse hire of boats. Anglers hire boats at there own risk. LAMDAA will not be held responsible for any accidents or damage to anglers own personal equipment etc. Anglers are requested to use boats in a responsible and safe manner and give care and attention to other boat and shore anglers.

Birchwood Trout Fishery

Birchwood Fishery is a trout fishery nestled in the County Tyrone countryside, only one mile out of Drumquin near Omagh. We have three man-made lakes regularly stocked with Rainbow and Steelhead trout ranging from 2lbs to 25lbs. With a crystal clear supply of spring water being fed through all the lakes, it is has the prefect trout ready for a good hard fight when hooked in either the two fly lakes or the bait lake.

Finore Angling Association

Finore Angling Association is based on the Quiggery & Seskinore rivers in Co. Tyrone.

Nally Stand & Heritage Centre

The Nally Heritage Centre was officially opened on March 22nd 2009.

The centre encompasses aspects of social, economic, political, sporting and geographical history relating to the local area.This is enhanced with artefacts, which span from historic times to the modern day. The exhibitions will be changed on a regular basis with opening exhibitions and themes being expanded to highlight in detail a particular aspectvor person from that era.

Ulster American Folk Park

A world to excite your inner explorer.

Immerse yourself in the story of the brave emigrants who made the journey across the Atlantic to America hundreds of years ago.

Enter thatched cottages and meet costumed characters who will show you traditional crafts, tell you a few stories and maybe even share a bit of their good food.

Board a full-scale emigrant ship to experience the conditions faced by many as they set sail for a new life in America. With 30 buildings and exhibits to explore, masses of things for the kids to do, the Ulster American Folk Park is a wonderfully unique experience.

In September 2020 The Ulster American Folk Park launched their new music trail, Folk Park Live, in partnership with Snow Water, Arts Council of Northern Ireland and Tourism NI.

The trail tells the story of emigration from Ulster through traditional songs performed by a range of our finest local artists including: Gemma Bradley, Mary Dillon, Gareth Dunlop, Niall Hanna, Cathal Hayden, Maurice Leyden, Neil Martin, No Oil Paintings, Eilidh Patterson, ROE and Jack Warnock.
The trail can be enjoyed as part of your visit to Ulster American Folk Park. Pick up a printed trail on arrival and listen to the performances on your smartphone or tablet as you wander the museum.
The performances can also be enjoyed from home at folkparklive.com

Ulster American Folk Park Family Pass

Dates of offers

Summer Season (March – October)


A range of family passes available for entry to the Ulster American Folk Park.

  • 1 adult & 3 children pass
  • 2 adults & 3 children pass


  • 1 adult & 3 children: £20.92 (Without family pass: £28.05)
  • 2 adults & 3 children: £27.50 (Without family pass: £37.95)

The Abingdon Collection

The Abingdon Collection represents over 50 years of passionate collecting and is divided into two very distinct areas of interest. The Collection is complemented by over 500 die cast model cars, photographs, enamel signs, jukeboxes, radios and automobilia.

If you lived through the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s or just like big boy’s toys, then there is definitely something here for you.

The collection concentrates on World War Two and represents one of the largest collections in private ownership, with over 3000 items on permanent display.

Now 7O years after the war ended, many have forgotten the supreme sacrifice that so many had to make. This collection is in memory of them all. The collection also contains many rare exhibits from the First World War trenches and we provide a guided tour through the period. Groups and individuals are very welcome to take a ‘walk in the past’.

This collection attracts hundreds of visitors per year and raises considerable funds by donation to Cancer Research. There is no charge and every effort will be made to facilitate visiting groups.

For bookings ring 02882243373 Contributions to Cancer Research gratefully accepted.


Mellon Centre for Migration Studies

The Mellon Centre for Migration Studies is a research library which collects material relating to the history of the peoples of Ireland worldwide. Visitors will have access to a reference collection of over 17,000 volumes, journals, maps, newspapers, computers and the Centre’s Irish Emigration Database, which is now available online.
Part of Libraries NI, the library is located at the Ulster American Folk Park which is part of the National Museums of Northern Ireland. We work closely with the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland,  Queen’s University Belfast, the Ulster University and the Ulster Historical Foundation.

The Mellon Centre for Migration Studies is a project of the Scotch-Irish Trust of Ulster, which until the formation of the National Museums of Northern Ireland in 1998 owned and managed the Ulster-American Folk Park.

Dun Uladh Cultural Heritage Centre

Opened in October 1995, Dún Uladh serves as a centre for those who wish to develop a deeper awareness of Ireland’s ancient cultural heritage.

There are colourful evenings of traditional music, song, dance and storytelling with many Tyrone & Ulster Fleadh winners displaying their talents. Visitors are invited to come along and watch, listen (or maybe even participate) as some of the best local performers showcase their talents and enjoyable an intimate presentation of authentic Irish culture.

Many events and workshops (including crafts and Irish language classes) are organised at Dún Uladh and the centre is also available to hire for events, with full catering available. Visit their website for more details.

Garvaghey GAA Centre

Garvaghey (from the Irish, ‘Garbh Achaidh … The Rough Field’) was visioned, planned and built as a ‘Tyrone Gaelic Bauhaus’, a place to develop and celebrate in joined-up ways the people, games, culture, heritage and environment of Gaelic Tyrone. It’s about using our past and present to create a strong and robust future. It’s a place for building social capital, ‘the glue that holds society together’.

Our £7m project spread over 43-acres in the heart of upland rural Tyrone was developed between 2008 and 2013. We began by buying the ground and doing our planning and then moved in sequence through levelling the land, laying our pitches, constructing the building and completing our landscaping. Now we’re making it work to best effect for Tyrone and the people in it.

An Creagán

An Creagán Visitor Centre is a superb attraction with a range of facilities and activities for families, couples, individuals and groups. Located between the historic town of Omagh and the market town of Cookstown at the foothills of the majestic Sperrin Mountains.

An Creagán is the ideal location for walking, cycling and exploring, from casual walks to serious trails. The centre offers the perfect base to explore the wider Sperrins region and fascinating archaeology on our doorstep. Did you know about the nearby stone circles at Beaghmore?

Tyrone Roots

Vincent Brogan can help you find out more about your Irish Roots. He is an Member of AGI, the accrediting body for genealogists in Ireland. If you plan to visit I can make your stay much more enjoyable. As well as offering a research service to discover your family background, I am able to offer a guiding package tailored to your individual interests. I am a native of Omagh, the County Town of Tyrone, and have been researching my own family history for over 40 years. I cover all of Ireland and have special knowledge of the 9 counties of Ulster. Researching your genealogy in Ireland can be a rewarding experience but also frustrating due to the loss of records and it is necessary to be creative in using census substitutes. My local knowledge and contacts have proved invaluable in tracking down those lost cousins and the ancestral homestead.

I offer a bespoke service which will meet your needs when travelling to Ireland. I will advise on all aspects of your trip, including providing you with detailed information to enable you to make decisions to meet your interests. Airport pick up can be arranged and using a local driver will take away any worries you may have about driving in Ireland.

All types of accommodation can be arranged from luxury hotel, self catering and homely bed and breakfast. Visits can be arranged to attractions of your choice, with a knowledgeable personal guide at hand. This includes Belfast where the Titanic was built, Ulster American Folk Park or archaeological sites such as Beaghmore Stone Circle complex can be included. L’Derry, with its famous walls and history, is well worth a visit. Other attractions such as the Giants Causeway, Bushmills Distillery and the beaches and mountains of Donegal are within easy reach.

Tattykeel Design Studio

Kathleen Ward’s Tattykeel Design Studio, located two miles south of Omagh, the county town of Tyrone in Northern Ireland, is where this renowned artist produces her beautiful works of Art and Craft.

Kathleen works in four disciplines Hand Painted and Rolled Silk Scarves, Hand Crafted Designer Handbags, Textile Art and Fine Art. Kathleen uses only the highest quality materials, locally sourced where possible, transforming them all by her own hand, using creativity, skill and attention to detail, into what are unique and distinctive gifts and the most desirable of quality possessions.

Michelle Butler Ceramics

Nestling in the shelter of the Sperrin Mountains, just north of Omagh, is a Stone Barn and Cottage. The home of Tyrone Ceramicist Michelle Butler.  From her barn studio Michelle produces exquisite, rustic, original ceramics.

Michelle is a design graduate of The Falmouth School of Art. Since graduation she has specialised in the design and production  of  Ceramics.

She has been producing her unique brand of Irish Ceramics since December 1998, when she started her business in the Omagh Enterprise Centre. Then in 2005, she established Sperrin Ceramics Studio in the refurbished Stone Barn at her home.

Michelle has developed a unique style which reconciles the influences of primitive Celtic Art and forms.     All pieces are hand crafted from a textured stoneware clay.  Her signature finish of rich metallic oxide adds both depth and lustre. The use of a variety of glazes adds to the pattern, relief and overall effect, creating ideal ceramic gifts.

Michelle’s Jewellery is an embodiment of all these influences in smaller exquisite forms. A smoother whiter stoneware clay is used for these beautiful, smaller items to give increased detail and charm.

Urbalshinny Sporting Lodge

Urbalshinny Sporting Lodge offers quality walked up pheasant, partridge, woodcock and snipe shooting in Co.Tyrone Northern Ireland. With beautiful country surroundings, a game shooting experience not to be forgotten.

Celtic Shots

Celtic Shots – Wild Deer Hunting, Ireland

Offering a number of unique Hunting Experiences in both Ireland and Scotland. Our experiences include just about everything from Deer Stalking to Game Shooting. We will take you to some of the most magnificent locations there is to offer in the hunt of Sika Deer, Red Deer, Pheasants and Woodcock – Snipe.

Celtic Shots was established in 1983 as a sole venture and has literally grown year after year with hundreds of satisfied customers and clientele. Many of our customers come from international locations such as France, Denmark and Italy. Many of whom have returned year on year to relive their experiences.

The Patrician Hall

The Patrician Hall is a cultural, arts and entertainment venue in the village of Carrickmore, County Tyrone.

Strule Arts Centre

Strule Arts Centre opened in 2007, this award winning contemporary arts venue and conference centre is home to theatre performances, comedy, music, dance, workshops, exhibitions and so much more. With state of the art facilities and stunning views, Strule Arts Centre is the perfect setting to host any event, conveniently located in the heart of Omagh close to transport links and town centre parking.

The facility features a 384 seat auditorium, lecture theatre, visual arts gallery, museum exhibitions, dance studio, workshop space, art studio, meeting rooms, café and bar.

Opening Hours

Strule Arts Centre opening hours Monday – Saturday 9.30am – 5.00pm.

On performance nights open to 10.30pm approx.

Closed on Sundays and Bank Holidays unless otherwise stated

Todds Leap Centre

30 Todds Leap Rd,
Omagh, BT70 2BW

Website: http://www.toddsleap.com

Telephone: (028) 855 67170

Dunmoyle Forest Spa

Award winning, private, rural mini day spa overlooking DUNMOYLE FOREST. We specialise in quality treatments: Hydro Therapy, Lava Shell, Aroma, Cryotherapy.

We offer quality treatments using luxury products; Temple Spa & doTERRA, in a very private setting. Confidently is always a must at Susanna’s!!
We all need a little time out! So book one of our bespoke treatments: such as a Hydro therapy session followed by a 5 star Lava (hot) Shell or Cryotherapy massages.
About Susanna Shields-Mc Kenna
To say Susanna enjoys her work would be something of an understatement. She lives for it! This passion for keeping a head in this fast moving industry, combined with a natural talent, has got her where she is today – one of the leading Beauty Therapy College Lecturers in Northern Ireland, this is why she is sharing her love in Ireland for Shared Beauty Secrets, luxurious Lava Shell massage treatments!
Born in Omagh. She left home to follow her passion by studying beauty therapy when she was 16 and began to work in Roberta Mechan’s Belfast’s top salon.
But beauty was her first love, so she followed her instincts. Studying teaching at Jordanstown University. She also attended Belfast MET School of Creative and Health and to this day continues her to add to her 20 year portfolio of professional qualifications.

Creggan Wood Walk

As you approach An Creagán visitor complex turn left and walk up the slope between the large stones at the beginning of the route. As you come to the brow of this incline you will have a view to your left across Creggan Bog. This is small piece of undeveloped raised bog which is home to unique colonies of plants including 14 different types of sphagnum moss, cranberry, crowberry, bilberry and the insect eating sundews, amongst others. A gravel path leads you along the edge of this bog with a short boardwalked outshot giving you the chance to get out into the midst of this soft, peaty landscape without getting your feet wet. Continuing along the gravel path you will notice to your right the hollowed out landscape of a decommissioned gravel quarry.

As you carry on up a further incline you will enter the forest. Around half a kilometre into the forest you will notice the clear-felled area to the right which has started to regenerate from the seed dropped into the soil from the mature trees before they were removed. The felling allows a view across to Sawel, the highest peak of the Sperrin mountains in the distance. The occasional standing dead tree trunk provides a perch for passing raptors. Carrying on past this clear-felled area you will come to a cross roads.

Continue straight ahead for a further kilometre through the densest part of the forest where you will emerge to a landscape of open bogland and the sound of Glassagh Burn, draining water from the spongy landscape. Pausing here you will see a rocky outcrop known as Cashel. The path leads round to the left following the meander of the burn and the edge of the forest to your left. The main road will slowly come into earshot now and the path turns to take you back in an easterly direction. You will come to a left-hand bend now which takes you away from the main road and back into the forest where you will shortly return to the cross-roads encountered earlier. Take right here to retrace your steps back to the start

Route Creggan Forest Walk

Distance 5km / 3.5miles

Time 60 minutes

Terrain Level terrain along forest access roads

Point of interest Creggan Bog, Cashel Rock, Glashagh Burn

Maps / guides Available from An Creagán centre

Hunter West Mobile Activity Centre

Hunter West offers the casual shooting enthusiast and the complete beginner a fun day with enough challenge to get the adrenalin running but not enough dirt to even get your shoes scuffed! We can also increase the degree of difficulty if any of you more serious shooting folk want to have a go. We have staff trained and qualified in first aid, protection of children and vulnerable adults plus the shooting disciplines we offer.

Our philosophy is simple boys and girls. “Get off your couch and shoot some real guns and bows” and forget about the computer virtual reality types. Hunter West is reality and the targets are real (good fun) . We have everything from bouncing rabbit clays to 10 green beer bottles and 3-D wild animal life-size models.

We are adding to these as our imagination leads us and if you want to suggest some quirky targets of your own we will try to incorporate them within what is allowed and provided they are in the best possible taste! We have a base at the clay pigeon range at “Peadar Joe’s Farm” near An Cregan which lies sort of midway between Cookstown and Omagh on the A505 but we do not offer regular shoots here as we are constantly on the move.

Our clients range from corporations and firms wishing to offer staff a challenge or reward, through outdoor activity and conference providers adding a bit of new talent to their own offers, to the growing youth market wherein schools, voluntary NGOs and community/club sports bodies are seeking something different to challenge their young folk. And “We come to you”, any where, any time and we positively guarantee you will enjoy the experience (with all those weapons who’s going to argue with us anyway!?).

Gortin Accommodation Suite & Activity Centre

Gortin Accommodation Suite & Activity Centre provides a range of outdoor pursuits such as white water and canoeing. Great idea for corporate team building weekends or activity training. The centre will organise a schedule of exciting activities for you and your team. Prices vary according to group size and number of activities.

Sperrins Cycle Breaks

Visitors will relax at An Creagán Self catering cottages and have free use of our mountain bikes throughout their stay. Cycle tour maps are provided to direct visitors to the many archaeological sites in the area. Facilities on site include: eight self-catering cottages, licensed restaurant, craft shop, interpretative exhibition, conference facilities, 5km forest walks and children s play area. Prices based on sharing.

Adventure Tours Northern Ireland

Over 30 different activity packages specially put together for Tourists, Corporate Events, Youth & School Groups and Hen & Stag parties.

Also entrance to Giant’s Causeway and other tourist attractions (Tourist package).

The luxury accommodation is also available as holiday accommodation without activities.

Price will vary depending on the size of group, duration of package, activity/ activities choice & category of group. Please enquire for details. Euro accepted.

Accessibility provision: guide dogs welcome

Rally Storm

Rally School and Gravel Test Track

Professional Tuition

Rally Car Hire

Rally enthusiasts can put their skills to the test and develop their driving ability on fast straights and tight hairpins around the technical, testing track.

A true rally experience can be delivered in half day or full events for Stag/Hen parties, corporate teambuilding, birthday parties and more.

Professional rally instructors deliver hands on courses for drivers at all levels.

Our engines are revved and raring to go!

Anderson, CA & Co Hardware

C A Anderson And Company offers both fishing tackle and bait licences and permits to anglers. Guns ammunition and shooting accessories to shooter’s.

Licences supplied: D.C.A.L; F.C.B; F.C.I.L.C;

Day – Ticket: River Stule, River Glenelly, River Camowen, River Drumuragh

Opening times Monday to Saturday 09:00-17:30

Price list: All prices include VAT @20%

Aladdins Kingdom

Aladdins Kingdom has been serving the local community and visitors to the Omagh area for over 20 years. The colourful play area comprises ball pools, slides, rope bridges, climbing frames, crawl tunnels, bouncy ball section, disco room and many more features usually found in children’s soft play centres.

At Aladdins Kingdom, we cater for children’s birthday parties where parents can relax while the experienced and well trained staff take care of the preparation of the party food and supervision of the children. Our party package includes a two and a half hour play session and there is a special children’s menu comprising cooked food, drinks and sweets. Adults are also catered for and there is complimentary tea and coffee for parents as part of the party package.

We also cater for school trips, youth clubs, boy scouts, girl guides and many other children’s groups and there are specially discounted rates and package options for groups of twenty or more children, the details of which can be obtained by contacting (028) 8225 1550.

During the months of June, July and August, summer schemes are an important feature of the Aladdins Kingdom diary and again details and package options can be obtained by contacting the complex.

Opening times

School Holidays

Monday – Friday 12.30pm – 6.30pm

Saturday 10.30am – 6.30pm

Sunday 2.00pm – 6.30pm

School Term

Monday to Friday 15:00-19:00

Saturday 10:30-18:30

Sunday 14:00-18:30

Price list

Casual Admission £3.50/Child

Birthday Parties £5.95/Child

An Creagan, Forest and River Trail

An Creagán Forest & River Trail provides a safe and friendly place to enjoy your daily exercise and de-stress in a uniquely tranquil and picturesque environment.

This walk is part of the Highway to Health Scheme – a simple and innovative scheme which aims to encourage people of all ages to walk for leisure and good health. It uses pole signs at one kilometre intervals on an established route.


As you approach An Creagán visitor complex turn left and walk up the slope between the large stones at the beginning of the route. As you come to the brow of this incline you will have a view to your left across a 22 acre (9 hectare) remnant of the once much larger Creggan Bog. This is small piece of undeveloped raised bog which is home to unique colonies of plants including 14 different types of sphagnum moss, cranberry, crowberry, bilberry and the insect eating sundews, amongst others. A gravel path leads you along the edge of this bog with a short boardwalked outshot giving you the chance to get out into the midst of this soft, peaty landscape without getting your feet wet. Continuing along the gravel path you will notice to your right the hollowed out landscape of a decommissioned gravel quarry. Closed since the 1960s it is now populated by willow and birch with a system of ponds running through the quarry floor. These are home to the protected smooth newt as well as our common frog who puts on rather a spectacle during the spawning season when they gather in their hundreds in search of a mate.

As you carry on up a further incline you will enter the marginal forest which is home to spruce and pine that have spilled over from the adjacent plantation as well as naturally seeded rowan and willow, amongst the heathers, ferns and mosses taking advantage of the damp shade. You carry on through this terrain for half a kilometre before entering the Creggan Forest along the access road. The Sitka Spruce here are planted as a commercial crop, first established in the 1940s and ‘50s to satisfy increasing demands for timber. As they come to maturity sections are felled by forest service and depending on the quality are destined for use in construction, agriculture, paper production or as fuel. As you progress along the forest road the density of planting becomes apparent with the occasional firebreak allowing light to reach the forest floor. This scrubby oasis is ideal cover for woodcock who are often stirred into noisy flight if you venture along these forest rides during the short winter evenings. Around half a kilometre into the forest you will notice the clear-felled area to the right which has started to regenerate from the seed dropped into the soil from the mature trees before they were removed. The felling allows a view across to Sawel, the highest peak of the Sperrin mountains in the distance. The occasional standing dead tree trunk provides a perch for passing raptors which include buzzards, sparrowhawks and the brown long-eared owl. A search around the base of one of these trees can reveal the leftovers of their meals in the form of pellets – the regurgitated remains of shrews, mice and small birds compacted into cigar shaped packages! Carrying on along pass this clear-felled area you will come to a cross roads.

Continue straight ahead for a further kilometre through the densest part of the forest where you will emerge to a landscape of open bogland and the sound of Glassagh Burn, draining water from the spongy landscape. Pausing here you will see a rocky outcrop known as Cashel – a name referring to it’s ancient use as a hillfort and common in place names throughout the country. The path leads round to the left following the meander of the burn and the edge of the forest to your left. The open countryside here often allows sightings of ravens with their croaky call and playful flight. Feral goats are also encountered here and throughout the Sperrins where they have successfully bred and made themselves at home. The main road will slowly come into earshot now and the path turns to take you back in an easterly direction. The forest of spruce and occasional stands of lodgepole pine is on your left and remnant bog on your right. The overgrown remains of turf banks can be seen scattered throughout the bog given away only by the straight lines of heather plants and the slight change in level of the ground – evidence of a past use for this land and the skill of hand cutting turf which is nigh extinct. The mounded banks of peat along the edge of this path are home to massive colonies of the insect eating sundew plant whose sticky secretions can be seen glistening in the summer sun, just waiting to catch some ill-fated prey. The bog cotton and bog asphodel dwell here also, providing seasonal interest to the walker. The common lizard can often be seen from the path here, basking on the sun warmed turf. You will come to a left-hand bend now which takes you away from the main road and back into the forest where you will shortly return to the cross-roads encountered earlier. Take right here to retrace your steps back to the marginal, scrubby forest. When you come to a fork take left which will return you towards the visitor centre by an alternative route. At the next junction take another right followed shortly by a left which will take you through the middle of the old gravel quarry. You will emerge in An Creagán community garden area passing the play park and duck pond before coming to the courtyard of the visitor complex and back to the carpark where you began your journey.

Distance3.5 miles

Terrain Gravel / wooden boardwalk

Point of interest – See the range and variety of the habitat, visitor centre


Parking, Tourist Information Office, restaurant, accommodation and toilets. Centre opening hours apply.

Publication An Creagan leaflet

For more information contact An Creagan on 028 8076 1113 or email info@an-creagan.com

Omagh Riverside Path to Gortnagarn

Starting from Cranney Fields car park in Omagh, this 5.5 mile, flat linear cycle route uses a section of National Cycle Network 92 long distance route. Pedalling along the Camowen River, you pass through Lover’s Retreat, an outstanding beauty spot where herons nest in summer and fish leap upstream to the Sperrins. Pedal over a small wooden bridge onto Privet Road which crosses the busy A505. Enter the leisure centre grounds and continue out of Omagh, alongside Grange Park. It’s tranquil, leafy and very popular with walkers and local skaters. The “Wishbone” sculpture by local artist Niall Laird, is a recent addition to the park. The path continues off-road adjacent to the B48 all the way out to Gortnagarn in the foothills of the Sperrins. From here it’s only a short distance to the Ulster American Folk Park, documenting Irish Emigration and celebrating our Ulster American connections, set within a unique village recreating 19th Century life.

From here you can retrace your tracks back to Omagh town or the more adventurous can use this as a warm-up to a number of the Sperrins Cycle Routes.

Public roads: On Public Road

Getting to the start: Leaving Omagh take the Campsie Road (B4) and follow this road as it becomes Hospital Road (B4). After about about a mile down this road Cranny playing fields will be on your left.

Traffic: Mostly traffic-free

Distance 5.5 miles

Terrain Mostly off-road along well surfaced paths.

Point of interest Omagh, Lovers’ Retreat, Ulster American Folk Park

Facilities: Car Parking, Tourist Information Centre

Publication: Ballycastle to Ballyshannon Route Map

Free (parking charges may apply)

Marshall Country Trail

Download Trail below:

Marshall Country Trail Leaflet


Omagh Golf Club

Omagh Golf Club is a pleasant parkland course with 9 holes on either side of the main Dublin Road. A good test for both low and high handicap players, Omagh’s feature holes are the eighth, a 377m dogleg par 4 and the eleventh, a 380m par 4, which follows the

River Drumragh. Extensive drainage work has enabled play virtually all the year round and ensures the fairways are in as good a condition as the excellent putting surfaces.

Golf Club

Type of course: Parkland

Course professional: No

Best days to play: Mon-Fri, Sun.

Length in yards: 6,165

Par of course: 71

Green fees: Weekdays £20

Weekend/public holidays £25

Facilities: Putting Green, 18 holes, Trollies available, Pro shop

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