Cheap Hotels in Omagh
Hotels in Omagh
Located in the western part of Northern Ireland, Omagh is the county town of County Tyrone, situated where the rivers Drumragh and Camowen meet to form the Strule. The largest urban area in County Tyrone, the town has much to offer, with a large selection of independent retailers, high street stores, boutiques, coffee shops and restaurants. Omagh is the perfect place from which to explore County Tyrone and there is a wide range of Omagh hotels to choose from.
Things to do
Aside from the bustle of the town itself, Omagh and the surrounding area has much to offer visitors. The Ulster American Folk Park near Omagh is a fantastic living museum and a great place to visit no matter your age. The park has both an indoor and outdoor museum and explores the journey made by the Irish to America during the 1800s.
The indoor exhibition examines life in Ulster in the 18th and 19th centuries and explains why so many settlers left and how they adapted to life in a new, unfamiliar environment. The outdoor section is a wonderful living museum which brings to life people's daily routines and activities in both the old and new worlds. NoSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION exhibits here include an Ulster street, complete with original shop fronts, and an American street, fully reconstructed alongside a full-scale dockside galley and ship.
Motor enthusiasts should visit The Abingdon Collection, four miles from Omagh. With admission by appointment only, the collection is in two parts and exhibits not only some wonderful classic cars and motorcycles, but also many die-cast models and enamel signs. The second part of the collection looks at WWII and represents one of the largest private collections of military memorabilia in the UK.
Nature fans will love Gortin Glens Forest Park, about ten miles north of Omagh. A large forest with many attractions, including a deer enclosure and many areas of natural beauty including waterfalls and lakes, the park allows for some great walks amid beautiful surroundings.
Families with children may enjoy a visit to Mellon Fun Farm, where visitors have the freedom to meet, feed and pet many rare-breed animals. The farm is a fun and educational day out for the whole family and a great opportunity to interact with both farm and exotic animals in a safe environment.
Food and drink
Omagh has a wide variety of unique places to eat out, no matter what your tastes might be. Try an amazing Philly cheese steak sandwich at Philly's Phinest, the only Philly steak shop in Ireland. For a wonderful family meal in a warm and friendly environment, try The Whistler's Inn for a great meal and some traditional Irish entertainment.
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