Things to do around Silverbirch Hotel, Omagh
Discover County Tyrone
Plenty to explore
We're perfectly located in the bustling market town of Omagh, the heart of County Tyrone, which means there is plenty for you to see and do during your stay with us. We've put together a selection of our favourite activities, sights and entertainment all designed to guarantee that your stay will be anything but boring!
Ulster American Folk Park
As history is brought to life, you will learn the fascinating story of the thousands of emigrants who set sail for the new world of North America in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Whether you're visiting with the whole family, enjoying a romantic weekend away, or simply fancy some 'me time', An Creagán is a fantastic destination with an exciting range of activities and facilities.
Beaghmore Stone Circles
Experts believe that this intriguing stone formation was constructed in relation to the rising sun at the solstice, or was designed to act as observatories for particular lunar, solar or stellar events.
The Abingdon Collection
A fantastic destination for all car enthusiasts, The Abingdon Collection is the perfect place for you to explore over 45 years of classic cars and motorcycles.
The Mellon Centre for Migration Studies
Home to a research library that collects material relating to the history of Irish people worldwide. This includes 17,000 volumes, journals, maps, newspapers, and the centre's Irish Emigration Database.
US Grant Ancestral Homestead
The ancestral home of Hiram Ulysses Grant, better known as Ulysses Simpson Grant, a general in the American Civil War who, in 1868, would go on to become the 18th president of the United States.
Stretching along the border of counties Tyrone and Derry, the beautifully wild and untouched Sperrin Mountains span a distance of 40 miles and feature a variety of different walking trails.
Gortin Glen Forest Park
With a wide range of way-marked trails to choose from, there are plenty of different ways for you to experience the natural beauty of Gortin Glen Forest park.
Soak up views of the sweeping forests and untouched rolling hills as you cycle along the green trail. Or, if you're a seasoned mountain biker, try your hand at the exhilarating red trail.
Cycle Sperrins - Far and Wild
Enjoy guided cycle tours that trace the ancient routes of settlers back to the Bronze Age in Ireland. Each route is a different distance, so whatever your energy levels, there will be a tour for you.
Mountain bike trails at Blessingbourne
The 550-acre Blessingbourne Estate is home to exhilarating mountain bike trails suitable for all ages and abilities, and offers one of Northern Ireland's premier mountain biking experiences.
Omagh Golf Club
Omagh Golf Club offers a friendly welcome to both members and visitors. Established in 1910, the club has grown to become one of the finest and most progressive parkland courses in Northern Ireland.
Todds Leap is perfect if you're looking to get the adrenaline pumping during your stay. There are a wide range of activities to choose from including blindfold driving, body zorbing, and paint balling.
Omagh Leisure Complex
Offering fantastic facilities including a 25 metre swimming pool, free-form toddler pool, and running track, Omagh Leisure Complex is a fantastic destination for a day of fun for you and the whole family.
Mellon Fun Farm
Mellon Fun Farm is home to all sorts of rare breed animals, making it the perfect place for a day out with the little ones. There's also an indoor play area full of slides and ball pits.
Strule Arts Centre
Looking to soak up some culture? The award-winning Strule Arts Centre plays host to a number of theatre performances, comedy, music, dance and exhibitions throughout the year.
Ireland’s Stairway To Heaven Cuilcagh Mountain Boardwalk
On this 33km walking route you can enjoy stunning views, fascinating geology, mystifying wildlife, captivating archaeology and natural history: enough to whet anyone’s appetite for adventure.
Dún Uladh Cultural Heritage Centre
Dún Uladh plays host to colourful evenings of traditional music, dance and storytelling. It's the perfect place to watch some of the best local talent and immerse yourself in authentic Irish culture.
Discover how original and unique pieces of pottery are made using traditional methods at what is undoubtably one of Northern Ireland’s oldest and most fascinating attractions.
17th Century City Walls
The Walls at Derry, Londonderry date back to the period 1613-1618. It's now the only remaining completely walled city in Ireland and one of the finest examples of Walled Cities in Europe.
Housed in an iconic, six-floor building, this must-see attraction is located in the heart of Belfast, right beside the historic site of this world-famous ship’s construction.
Sperrins Scenic Driving Route
The Sperrins are Northern Ireland’s most extensive mountain range. Named as an Area of Outstanding Nautral Beauty, this stunning landscape can be explored via a series of scenic driving routes.