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Enniskillen Castle Museums:

At the heart of Enniskillen stands a prominent and historical structure: Enniskillen Castle. Boasting a history that stretches over 600 years, the castle has been home to the Maguire chieftains, English planters, and even an army barracks. Today, the castle houses two museums: The Fermanagh County Museum and The Inniskillings Museum. Both offer insights into the rich history, archaeology, and culture of the region. Alongside its historical exhibits, the castle provides a panoramic view of the town and Lough Erne.

Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark:

A little south of Enniskillen lies one of Europe's finest show caves, the Marble Arch Caves. With fascinating, natural underworld landscapes, visitors are treated to an enchanting boat journey on subterranean rivers, followed by a walk through chambers and passageways. The surrounding geopark extends over a vast area, showcasing not just caves, but also forests, cliffs, and gorges. Its rich geological, archaeological, and cultural heritage makes it an unmissable attraction.

Lough Erne:

Enniskillen is uniquely positioned between the Upper and Lower sections of Lough Erne, a sprawling lake system renowned for its scenic beauty. Boating, fishing, and water sports are popular activities here. Several islands dot the lough, including Devenish Island, which features monastic ruins from the 6th century. The tranquil waters, combined with the picturesque islands, make Lough Erne a serene and captivating destination.

Florence Court:

A short drive from Enniskillen is Florence Court, an 18th-century estate and one of Northern Ireland's most important Georgian houses. Set against the backdrop of the Cuilcagh Mountains, its architecture, exquisite rococo plasterwork, and sprawling gardens attract history and nature enthusiasts alike. The estate includes a walled garden, walking trails, and the famous Florence Court Yew Tree, believed to be the parent of all Irish yew trees.

Devenish Island:

Situated in Lower Lough Erne, Devenish Island is steeped in history and spirituality. Known for its monastic settlement that dates back to the 6th century, the island features ruins including churches, a round tower, and a high cross. The round tower, standing at 30 meters high, offers a panoramic view of the surroundings when climbed. The serenity and historical significance of Devenish make it a sought-after attraction.

Castle Coole:

A neoclassical mansion located on the outskirts of Enniskillen, Castle Coole offers a glimpse into the opulent lifestyles of the Earls of Belmore. Designed by James Wyatt, the house is celebrated for its stunning interior, which boasts intricate plasterwork, period furniture, and notable artifacts. The surrounding parkland, spanning 700 acres, offers serene walks through wooded areas and past pristine lakes.

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