Many of Tyrone’s attractions can be found close to Ballygawley, so it is a smart choice as a place to base yourself during your visit. Slieve Beagh and the Benburb Valley Heritage Centre are amongst the many popular places to visit. Two other interesting attractions you’ll find within a short distance of Ballygawley are the Fintona Golf Club and the Omagh Golf Club.
Holiday makers in Ballygawley, looking for something a little out of the ordinary, will appreciate the nearby cultural attractions. In particular, you should make sure you check out the Ulster American Folk Park in Omagh, the Armagh County Museum in Armagh and the St. Patrick's Trian Centre.
If the sun is out, follow the lead of the locals who know the area best and appreciate the nearby green spaces. Make the most of the native flora and fauna, by visiting the Gortin Glen Forest Park in Omagh and the Loughgall Country Park in Armagh.
While you are here, visit the nearby local attractions such as the Beaghmore Stone Circles in Cookstown, Armagh Observatory in Armagh and Armagh Planetarium. These spots are popular with travellers from all over the world. The Sacred Heart Church in Omagh, the St. Patrick's Church of Ireland Cathedral in Armagh and the St. Patrick's Church offers travellers to Tyrone the opportunity to better understand the religious history of the area. Those with a passion for history will enjoy exploring Navan Fort in Armagh and the Navan Fort and Visitor Centre.
To make the most of Ballygawley, consider booking your accommodation close by in one of the area’s hotel or serviced apartment options. The Armagh City Hotel, the Four Seasons Hotel & Leisure Club Monaghan and the Silverbirch Hotel, Omagh are among the many great places to stay around here.