I know that when your writing a travel guide, that's main objective is to showcase many attractions, you shouldn't really have any favourites, let alone mention which one. I may somewhere within this short introduction, break that cardinal rule by telling you discreetly which it is, but shhhh! don't tell anyone! Co. Tyrone spans across a large area, from the south of Belfast, give or take a few miles, all the way to the town of Omagh, which plays home to the Ulster American Folk Park. This county is packed with places to visit and experience and we've selected a few that we thought you needed to know about. This county also has a great website that has all of its many attractions listed on there, so don't just take our word for it, hop on and see for yourself, personally speaking, you'll be spoilt for choice.
Co. Tyrone, is that diverse, I managed to uncover one of the smallest museums that I've ever seen. This museum is perfectly located within its owners house and tells a story of the second war from a totally different perspective, the opposite side, which in museum standards is not only a totally brave thing to do, but completely unique. This is the kind of things you've got to look forward to when you reach Co. Tyrone. I had an amazing time here and I'm utterly convinced that you will too, maybe you need to email us on the Top 100 website and tell us just exactly what your favourite attraction is? One final thing to tell you, is about the bluegrass festival held at the folk park every year, people travel from all over the world to visit the festival and its now becoming one of the biggest festivals within the shores of Ireland.