Things to Do in Enniskillen

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  • john doe
    Dublin28 contributions
    lovely grounds great tour of the house beautiful gardens friendly staff the tea house is a bit dark otherwise great place to go
    Written June 29, 2022
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  • john doe
    Dublin28 contributions
    It rained all day we could not see anything got to the top it was well laid out and signposted but even the sheep looked sorry for us rain and lots of wind
    Written June 29, 2022
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  • Pontius Pilot 5
    Santa Barbara, CA41 contributions
    First come, first served for house tour. We arrived at 11AM opening and went on the first 11:30 tour. Such a great story of the house and it's design elements. How about a tunnel entrance to under the house so when you come back from fox hunting you can take a bath before rejoining family? There is a coffee shop for lunch.
    Written July 1, 2022
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  • Úna C
    18 contributions
    Wonderful museum.Lots of great information on a variety of topics but not too much on anything.Partivularily well laid out with younger children in mind as many interactive displays.
    Written April 13, 2022
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  • CaseyBe
    London, UK159 contributions
    Had an interesting tour through the caves and were told the history of the discovery and exploration of the caves and had the main geological features pointed out by our guide Joshua. It's a relatively easy walk through and not particularly wet. It's well lit. Lots of steps to get in and out and along the paths.
    Written July 2, 2022
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  • Elaine K
    1 contribution
    An fantastic experience from start to finish

    So interesting & the story of Boatyard distillery’s beginnings is very, very inspiring & Stanley was so knowledgeable
    Written July 3, 2022
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  • neat42
    Leicester, UK3 contributions
    Hard work but worth it we went in the rain and wind but the top is amazing well the whole place is amazing you need good walking boots and a rain mac we would do this again but we need to get a lot fitter lol
    Written June 26, 2022
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  • FifiCapeTown
    London, UK85 contributions
    What an amazing place - so unexpected and a real gem collection of everything to do with rail travel. Even if you are not into railways, you will be impressed by this incredible collection, topped off by a visit to the train set room - full of models, track and scenery. Well worth a visit and a donation as there is no charge for entry.

    I had some amazing photos and videos but sadly unable to upload.
    Written May 11, 2022
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  • Trevor B
    Belfast, UK57 contributions
    We were amazed at this ruin. Magnificent. If you like historical places, this is a must see. It is a bit off the beaten track. But well worth the drive.
    Written October 5, 2020
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  • Alan b
    Carrickfergus, UK51 contributions
    Popped in to the centre in need of paper work needing printed of to cross the boarder and Eileen could not have been more helpful. Thank you so much for your help.
    Written June 21, 2021
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  • neighbours455
    northern ireland79 contributions
    A great short hike for even those with limited fitness levels. Great views on a beautiful sunny day. Can see for miles around.
    Written March 2, 2022
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  • 301lisa33
    Coventry, UK1,560 contributions
    This is one of the many fortified manor houses, or 'bawns', in the area. This castle has quite a sizeable proportion of the walls of the main building extant but the footprint of the site is evident
    Written September 25, 2021
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  • Douglas H
    Ballymena, UK261 contributions
    Due to Covid 19 we were unable to see the main military exhibitions and so was disappointing although we were able to see others. was aware of this when I had my visit so understood
    Written August 13, 2020
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  • binflynn1
    Enniskillen, UK605 contributions
    In the last few years I’ve visited this beautiful church a few times ,wedding furneral s , christenings all lovely inside this mighty impressive building with lovely architecture , there is so much to look at while talking to god , and why shouldn’t it be beautiful as you are inside his house . How did they build this it’s massive , how do they clean it , some questions that came to mind . Looking at the little carvings outside above the door I did notice satin in one which I thought there’s always one bad bit in everything we look at , a must to visit if lighting a candle in Enniskillen
    Written July 2, 2022
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  • binflynn1
    Enniskillen, UK605 contributions
    I would always call in here to the park on a Saturday morning,and decided to call to see what has been done since it’s closer for upgrading , the paths are repointed and the upper paths are now a gravel material which is none slip although the concrete area from entrance has been repointed I fear could still be slippery in winter , my grandson loves this park with little pursuits for him and I to try . The Cole’s monument it’s self has had work done like notable new brickwork and some paintwork , I don’t understand why we have a monument that was build by British soldiers in Victorian times in the middle of the highest ground in enniskillen surely there should be a monument that reflects the area like Lakeland’s , but from here is a beautiful view of the surrounding town , you can go up the spiritual staircase to the top of the monument which is covered by an iron cage not for the person who hates heights , I remember being able to see through these steps but iam sure they are fixed now , the door is locked but I think you can buy tickets from town hall up the middle of the town . There is a Victorian band stand which is lovely if the flaking paint had been scraped and repainted, it’s nice park but dogs on leads and poo bags needed .
    Written June 15, 2022
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