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Enniskillen Castle Museums

9 locals recommend

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Tasha
Tasha
August 4, 2020
<5 minutes drive away Built over 600 years ago by the Maguire family, Enniskillen’s castle is steeped in historically events and has had many important functions over the years. What was once one of the few entrances to Ulster, an English garrison and an important military barracks, has been…
Lloyd
Lloyd
July 29, 2020
The history of Enniskillen town all in one venue . It also charts the towns military connections with the Inniskilling Fusiliers from early times to present day
Frances
Frances
February 25, 2020
Guided tours available
Siobhan
Siobhan
August 1, 2019
This castle is located along the banks of the River Erne and is a perfect place to explore Fermanagh's rich History.Their museums galleries tell the story of the local area from prehistoric to modern times and has a genealogy service service and cafe.
Ruth
Ruth
February 20, 2019
Worth a visit. 10 mins drive from Moybrone Flat.

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BT74 7HL
Phone028 6632 5000