Ulster History Park

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Gortin, Northern Ireland

Ulster History Park Gortin Reviews

paulkernan paulkern…
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Feb 23, 2008
The Ulster History Park focuses on the period from 8000 BC to the 17th Century, with fascinating reconstructions of buildings from the mesolithic era to Plantation times. Nearby at Gortin Glen Forest Park Japanese Sika Deer can be seen roaming - and streams, waterfalls and nature trails help you to explore nature in its full glory and colour. The Ulster History Park is in Gortin. Co. Tyrone. This famous 35 acre location creates a colourful and living vision of the past through its exciting reconstructions - including its 89-foot-high stone-built round tower. There are all manner of building types and unlike in many museum displays, the makers have given you a fuller picture of the completed buildings as they would have appeared when in use. For info call Tel: +4428 8224 5321
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Medieval costume in re-enactments …
The early monastic settlement
ponsonbelly says:
i've just come across your review about the history park and i figured you might know if the park was actually open or not. i had heard that the park closed a few years ago due to sustainability issues and i was very sad as i loved the park a great deal.
Posted on: Aug 15, 2010
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