“I’ll give you stars and the moon and the open highway, and a river beneath your feet, I’ll give you day full of dreams if you travel my way.” J. Molaskey.
Take a fascinating journey back through the mists of time, and follow the emigrant trail: with a visit to the open-air Ulster American Folk Park, situated just outside Omagh, in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. There’s over 30 exhibit buildings for you to explore, and this lovely, friendly museum tells the story of three centuries of Irish emigration, and the impact Ulster people have made across North America. Learn all about how during the 18th and 19th century, emigration and the direct impact it had upon the lives of those left behind, and how this enormous undertaking reveals the pioneering, innovative spirit of the people who would build a new life for themselves. Allow yourselves ⅔ hours to fully immerse yourselves in this amazing journey, which is brought to life by the highly informed guides and costumed characters.
There is something of the dreamworld about the enchanting, highly attractive Main Street, situated right in the centre of Omagh: ‘The heart of the town.’ There’s a vibe here that is truly unique; it rattles and hums with laid-back elegance and eclectic