County Tyrone

Tír Eoghain, meaning ‘Land of Eoghan’. Once a Gaelic Kingdom under the O’Neill dynasty which existed for about 1000 years until the 17th century.

These are some of the most significant landmarks, buildings and monuments in County Tyrone

Finn McCool, Standing stones & The tomb of Queens

Knockmany Cairn & Annya's Tomb is located near the village of Augher. co.Tyrone and dates from between 3000 b.c>100 a.d. This super interesting site is located on a beautiful forested hilltop 700 feet above sea [...]

Original bronze age tomb surrounded by an Iron age stone circle

This National Monument is The Clogherny Wedge Tomb located near the village of Plumbridge in co. Tyrone. It dates from approx c.2500 b.c and sits in a sparse exposed glaciated valley. It still has it's large [...]

Victorian architecture, cricket and The Seat of Finn

Herdman's Mill was built in 1853 in the village of Sion Mills in co. Tyrone by the Herdman Brothers. The River Mourne has powered industrial machinery here since 1640 as this was also the site [...]

Discovered in 1941, Dragons Teeth and 1269 tiny standing stones!

The mysterious Beaghmore Stone Circles are located near Cookstown in co. Tyrone, They date to approx 2900 b.c > 1200 b.c. The stones were uncovered by local peat cutters in the 1940s. It is made up [...]

A castle with an unusual design, The O’Neill’s & Harry Avery

Harry Avery's Castle, Newtownstewart. County Tyrone         c. 1320 This State Care Monument is named after Harry Avery O'Neill, a 14th century local chieftain. The structure is considered unusual because Gaelic chieftains of the time rarely [...]

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