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Tyrone (county) overview

Tyrone (county) is a relaxing place, unique for its archaeology and countryside, and known for its entertainment and live music. You'll enjoy the area's gardens, sports and ruins. Learn about local heritage at popular landmarks in the area, such as Diamond and Derry City Walls. Make plans to visit the popular Tower Museum and Museum of Free Derry and Bloody Sunday Memorial. Tyrone (county) is a family-friendly destination whilst offering something for everyone.

Where to stay in Tyrone (county)

Whether you're planning to stay for a night or for the week, the area around Tyrone (county) has accommodations to fit every need. Search for hotels in Tyrone (county) with Hotels.com by checking our online maps. These display the areas and neighbourhoods around all Tyrone (county) hotels so you can see how close you are from landmarks and attractions, and then refine your search within the larger area. The best Tyrone (county) hotel deals are here with our lowest price guarantee.

How to get to Tyrone (county)

Fly in to Londonderry (LDY-City of Derry), 30.5 mi (49 km) from central Tyrone (county). Belfast (BFS-Belfast Intl.) is the next closest major airport, 35.3 mi (56.7 km) away.

What to see around Tyrone (county)

Fun activities are on hand like golf and sporting events, along with attractions such as:
  • • Todds Leap Activity Centre
  • • Omagh Golf Club
  • • Fintona Golf Club
  • • Dungannon Golf Club
  • • Newtownstewart Golf Club
Known for its gardens, the area's family-friendly sights include:
  • • Rally School Ireland
  • • Armagh Planetarium
  • • Sam More Open Farm
  • • Riverwatch Aquarium and Visitor Centre
  • • Wildlife and Heritage Centre
Entertainment and live music are highlights of the area, along with cultural places like:
  • • The Abingdon Collection
  • • Ulster American Folk Park
  • • Donaghmore Heritage Centre
  • • Hill of The O’Neill and Ranfurly House Arts and Visitor Centre
  • • The Alley Theatre
Memorable for its archaeology sites, ruins and these top landmarks to visit:
  • • Parkanaur Manor House
  • • Castlecaulfield
  • • Donaghmore High Cross
  • • Tullaghoge Fort
  • • Benburb Valley Heritage Centre
Its countryside and forests offer a glimpse of the area's natural beauty. Favourite spots for nature lovers include:
  • • Drum Manor Forest Park
  • • Gortin Glen Forest Park
  • • Gortin Glen Forest Park
  • • Parkanaur Forest Park
  • • Dungannon Park
Top sights in the area include:
  • • Diamond
  • • Derry City Walls
  • • Tower Museum
  • • Museum of Free Derry and Bloody Sunday Memorial

When to visit Tyrone (county)

If you're still deciding when to visit, here are the seasonal trends to help you plan:

Seasonal temperatures
  • January-March: 11°C day, 2°C night
  • April-June: 18°C day, 3°C night
  • July-September: 18°C day, 8°C night
  • October-December: 14°C day, 2°C night
Seasonal average rainfall
  • January-March: 7 cm
  • April-June: 7 cm
  • July-September: 9 cm
  • October-December: 8 cm
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