An Creagan Visitor's Centre

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Creggan, Northern Ireland

An Creagan Visitor's Centre Creggan Reviews

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Feb 23, 2008
The Creggan Visitor Centre is a community based local heritage and Tourism development mid way between Cookstown and Omagh in Tyrone.

The centre is distinctively designed to mirror the archaeological sites of the area and gives you the opportunity to step back in time. The centre houses an interpretative exhibition and offers archaeological, environmental and cultural guided tours of the surrounding area.

Facilities also include a licensed restaurant, bar, conference and function areas, craft shop, children's play area and eight traditional self-catering (holiday) cottages giving you the chance to discover the past, with all the comforts of the present.

An Creagan is open all year round to school groups and a member of the Education Team is always available to offer curriculum based activities. The Creggan area is steeped in a rich abundance of culture and heritage. An Creagán Visitor centre hosts a number of cultural activities as outlined in our Calendar of Events. Also within the Creggan area there are a number of Walking and Cycling routes which incorporate local archaeological sites. The centre offers an annual programme of cultural events incorporating including: Traditional music and song; Traditional storytelling; Irish dancing; Traditional arts and crafts; Irish language lectures and courses; Countryside walking; Archaeology/history tours and lectures; Environmental walks
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