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Some of Northern Ireland’s top visitor attractions are situated within Omagh and The Sperrins including the Ulster American Folk Park, a unique outdoor museum which chronicles the story of the thousands of emigrants who left Ireland for the New World in the 18th and 19th centuries. The region’s natural blend of peaks, forests, moors, valleys, lakes and rivers makes it an obvious favourite for adrenaline seekers, walkers and ramblers alike. Spanning 40 miles, the Sperrins mountain range is the largest in Ireland. Set with the Sperrins is the beautiful Gortin Glens, follow a woodland trail through the rustic countryside in the Gortin Glen Forest Park while keeping your eyes peeled for the local deer or experience canoeing on the lakes before taking a short walk to view the beauty of the Sperrin’s landscape. Visit the An Creagán Visitor Centre to uncover the landscape’s rich heritage in detail, designed to reflect the archaeological sites of the area.