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Whether you're visiting Omagh and the Sperrins for the weekend, a week, or even longer, there's plenty to see and do for all ages in Tyrone. Check out www.exploreomaghsperrins.com for a full listing of events, attractions and shops in the area.

Not sure where to begin? Contact our team before your visit to help you plan your itinery! Call 028 816 61224 or e-mail info@melloninn.com for more. Why not book a table in our O'Brien's Bar and Restaurant and enjoy a delicious meal before or after your activities?



Ulster American Folk Park

A: Castletown, Omagh

    BT78 5QY

T: 028 8224 3292

W: nmni.com/our-museums/ulster-american-folk-park 

Opening Times - Winter and Summer opening hours are as follows:

March to June
Tuesday to Sunday 10.00am to 17.00pm
Monday: Closed (except for Northern Ireland Bank Holidays throughout the year)
July to August:
Monday to Sunday: 10.00am to 17.00pm
Tuesday to Sunday: 10am to 17.00pm
Monday: Closed (except for Northern Ireland Bank Holidays throughout the year)
October to February:
Tuesday to Friday: 10.00am to 16.00pm
Saturday and Sunday: 11.00am to 16.00pm


Admission Prices


General Admission

Tickets on Major Event Days (See individual events for details)




*Children (5-18 years)






Family (2 adults and up to 3 children)



Family (1 adult and up to 3 children)



*Children aged 4 and under




The Gallery, Omagh
Opening Times
Monday to Saturday 10.00-17.30
A: Townhall Square, Omagh, BT 78 1BL
T: 028 82 24 7831
The Abingdon Collection
A: 16 Gortnagarn Road, Omagh, BT78 5NW
T: 028 8224 3373
W: theabingdoncollection.com
Todd’s leap Outdoor Activities
A: Todd’s leap Road, Ballygawley, BT72BW
T: 028 8556 7176
Marble Arch Caves
A: 43 Marlbank Road, Legnabrocky, Florencecourt, Enniskillen, BT921EW
T: 028 6634 8855

 Dunmoyle Forest Spa

Relax and unwind in this privately owned and beautiful spa nestled within the Sperrin Mountains. For a full range of treatments on offer, visit: www.dunmoyleforestspa.com 

Rally Storm

Ireland's newest adrenaline pumping rally school experience is a specifically designed and purpose built gravel rally stage sure to challenge any rally drivers. Find out more on: www.rallystorm.co.uk

Cuilcagh Way

The route meanders through one of the largest expanses of blanket bog in Northern Ireland, traversing over farm tracks, boardwalk and mountain path. A steep climb is required to reach the 666 metre summit of Cuilcagh Mountain. 


Cuilcagh Way
A: Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark 43 Marlbank Road, Legnabrocky, Florencecourt, Enniskillen, BT921EW
T: 028 6634 8855
Boat Tours to Devenish Island
A: Erne Tours Limited, Round ‘O’ Jetty, Brook Park, Enniskillen, BT74 7EU
T: 028 6632 2882
Mellon Fun Farm
A: 25 Mellon Rd, Omagh BT78 5QU
T: 028 8166 1924
C-More Flying School
300 Whitebridge Road, Carrickmore, Omagh, BT79 9HL
T: 028 807 61497
Omagh Golf Club
A: 83A Dublin Road, Omagh
T: 028 8224 3166
Belleek Pottery
A: 3 Main St, Belleek, Rathmore, Enniskillen, BT93 3FY
T: 028 6865 8501


Gortin Glen Forest Park

T: (028 6634 3165)

W: discovernorthernireland.com/Gortin-Glen-Forest-Park

A range of waymarked trails start from the finger post in the main car park. They give the visitor the chance to enjoy the Park’s natural flora and fauna at its best. All the trails are colour coded and return to the car park.

People with mobility difficulties will love the five mile long drive with breath-taking views. As well as walking, visitors can mountain bike and horse ride in the area, although a permit is required for horse riding. Orienteering trails can be devised to suit all ages and abilities. There are also camping and BBQ facilities on site.

A brand new play sculpture has also been recently installed. Inspired by its natural surroundings, the new wooden sculpture is sure to fascinate the kids with plenty of opportunities for exploration and play.

Standing four metres tall, the carved sculpture is composed entirely of Larch, Red Cedar, and Oak with the centrepiece, a family of Red Deer, chosen specifically to reflect the importance of the Forest Park’s relationship with its much loved inhabitants.

With the centrepiece surrounded by a wheelchair-friendly boardwalk, bridge and auditorium, each element of this play sculpture is designed to allow for exploration at differing heights, mirroring the steep topography of the Forest Park’s own natural landscape.  

Visitors can find the play sculpture across the stream from the main car park in Gortin Glen Forest Park.


Parking & Opening Hours (Open daily from 10am until sunset)

Car £3.50 Minibus £10.50
Coach £32.00 Motorcycle £2.30

Walk Trails

Circular, 8.1 milesRobbers Table. A great hill walk with fantastic views. Circular, 1.25 milesGortin Forest Nature Trail. A gentle walk through the forest.
Circular, 1.25 miles Gortin Forest Pollen Trail. A gentle walk on forest trails. Circular, 2.25 miles Gortin Forest Ladies View. A fairly strenuous walk with some hills on forest trails.

Location: Gortin Forest Park is located about six miles north of Omagh on the B48 Gortin road.


LEISURE - Let’s work out.

Fit for Life
A: 62 Gortin Road, Omagh
T: 028 8224 7117
Personal Health & Fitness
A: Gortush Industrial Estate, Omagh
T: 028 8225 8181
Omagh Leisure Complex
A: Old Mountfield Road, Omagh
T: 028 8224 6711



Omagh Retail Park
A: 16 Sedan Ave, Omagh, BT79 7AQ