POP INTO the Killymaddy Tourist Information Centre on Ballygawley Road off the A4 near Dungannon to collect informative brochures on local attractions. This landmark TIC - tel: (028) 8776 7259 - is also a retail showcase for local crafts and artworks. The work of craft producers throughout Tyrone is featured in the Craft Trail folder available there.
Among other free literature is Undiscovered Tyrone, a guide to lesser-known places to visit. Some of the 'secrets' are not exactly hidden. For example, the 120-ft Moygashel Mill Chimney has been a high-profile landmark for decades! Look out for Newmills Viaduct and Augher Station.
Alternatively, simply click on the link below to view a selection of little gems from the Tyrone collection of scenic, heritage and historical treasures, which welcome visitors.
Of course, the best known attractions around Dungannon are the Tyrone Crystal Factory and The Linen Green, two of the biggest draws in Northern Ireland.
at Moygashel is now best known as a centre for factory outlet shopping, but it also has a fascinating exhibition on the history of the famous Moygashel Linen Mills, including its contribution to the War Effort in 1939 - 45. Click on the link below to visit The Linen Green website
at Dergina, Ballygawley, off the A4, 13 miles west of Dungannon. Ulysses Simpson Grant, victorious American Civil War commander became U.S. President twice. There are play attractions for children at the cottage fom where the Simpson family emigrated.
Other attractions in the Borough include Carleton's Cottage near Augher, Blessingbourne Carriage Museum near Fivemiletown and the Benburb Valley Heritage Centre.