The Laurels Bed & Breakfast Lodge Omagh,



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This Omagh Hotel is a B&B / Guesthouse in Omagh in County Tyrone Northern Ireland is close to the Folk Park which tells the remarkable story of the vast human tide of emigration, from Ireland, to the New World of North America.

The Old World and New World layout of the Park illustrates the various aspects of emigrant life on both sides of the Atlantic. Traditional thatched buildings, American log houses and a full-scale replica emigrant ship and the dockside gallery help to bring a bygone era back to life. Costumed demonstrators go about their everyday tasks including spinning, open hearth cookery, printing and blacksmithing.

The museum also includes an indoor ‘Emigrants’ Exhibition and a Centre for Migration Studies / library which is accessible to all visitors if they wish to fi nd further information on the history of emigration and the place of their families in it.

A full programme of special events is organized throughout the year.

Disabled Access - Suitable for wheelchair users at the Guest House Hotel Omagh Co. Tyrone Northern Ireland.

Grant Ancestral Homestead Omagh

Explore the cottage of the Simpson family with close ties to Ulysses Simpson Grant, the Commander of the victorious Union troops in the American Civil War, U.S. Grant served two terms as U.S. President and visited the homeland. Play area for children. Cottage and grounds open all year round, for tours and audiovisual show booking essential. Facilities are accessible to a wheelchair user with assistance. Picnic and BBQ area, children’s , toilets, bike rental and wildlife garden. Coach and car parking available.

Directions: At Dergina, Ballygawley. Off A4, 13 miles west of Dungannon.

Tel: (028) 8555 7133 / (028) 8776 7259


The Argory Omagh