Donaghmore Heritage Centre, County Tyrone

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Donaghmore Heritage Centre houses a collection of photographs, old school roll books and land registration ledgers. In addition to these, there are numerous documents and artefacts of local interest stored in the Centre. It is a converted National School established in the year 1885. The heritage centre is located in the picturesque village and town land, Donaghmore in County Tyrone.

Visitors can find a series of travelling exhibits and can explore the Heritage World. The destination is frequented by travellers who wish to search the database of more than five million family records. This Centre conducts monthly lectures by guest speakers.

  • Facilities: Wheelchair
  • Opening Times:

· Monday to Friday (9am to 5pm)

· Admission Charge: Free

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