A sneak peak at the newly refurbished Fermanagh County Museum
The new Fermanagh County Museum and Visitors Centre will open at the end of August.
Local photographer Ciaran May has been taking photographs with his ‘Bird’s eye’ kite for the past four years and has amassed quite the collection of photos.
FERMANAGH’S big tourist attractions aren’t pulling in the tourists the way they ought to. And it seems that keen deals being offered by local hotels are the main reasons why visitors come to Fermanagh – not the landmark attractions like the lakes and the Marble Arch caves.
BOTH visitors and locals will be able to enjoy the sites and history of Enniskillen like never before – following the launch of a new historical walking tour app.
THE chief executive of Waterways Ireland, Dawn Latimer, the guest of Lisnaskea Chamber of Commerce at last week’s annual dinner, told the members they were ‘very fortunate’ to be near one of the most attractive and scenic parts of the inland navigations, Upper Lough Erne.
MAJOR local events including the Clogher Valley Show and the Ulster Rally could be facing an uncertain future after a government department scrapped its funding.
TOURISM Ireland has launched a new online film, specially created to highlight Enniskillen, the Fermanagh Lakelands and the recent, successful Happy Days International Beckett Festival.
WHEN it comes to tourism, it’s often said that Upper Lough Erne is the poor relation compared to the better known Lower Lough, but now it seems efforts are being made to set things right.
An estimated £3.2 million has been spent on promoting the county since 2009 through the Destination Fermanagh programme. The figures were revealed last week in Stormont after local MLA Tom Elliott put the question to Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster. She explained that the Northern Ireland Tourist Board (NITB) has invested substantially in Destination Fermanagh […]