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Beaghmore Stone Circles

Cookstown, Northern Ireland
+44 28 8676 6727
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“bronze age” (4 reviews)
“worth a visit” (5 reviews)
Cookstown, Northern Ireland
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

If you like seeing stone circles and are in the area it's well worth a visit here, however it's a rural location which although easy enough found requires a car to visit and is near no public transport at all.

Thank Eamonn H
Reviewed 23 September 2017 via mobile

This was a lovely quiet spot to stop for a picnic on the way though to Omagh from Cookstown. The history was well explained on the boards around the site and ample parking.

Thank Janet3101
Reviewed 25 August 2017

This is a set of interconnected stone circles in an isolated spot. Not a huge amount is known about its history but there are several helpful information boards around the site which explain what is certain and what is conjecture. The beauty of the place...More

Thank Maria B
Reviewed 17 August 2017

Stone circles interest me - if they don't interest you then you can probably find somewhere else to go as Beaghmore is a fair bit off the beaten track. What makes Beaghmore different is that there are several circles and they are close together (and...More

Thank BrianArmagh
Reviewed 13 August 2017 via mobile

Mysterious ancient site uncovered from a peat bog, although not much information it's all about what it doesn't say opposed to what it does , well worth a visit for those into such things

Thank Eamonn H
Reviewed 20 May 2017

Encountered by accident rather than intent but very impressed. Located in an isolated area and all the better for it. You can stroll around ancient history in a tranquil and beautiful location. It motivated us to look up more detail after the visit and amazing...More

1  Thank Bruce W
Reviewed 21 April 2017

the site is best approached from the Drum Road Cookstown direction - SatNav took us round the world for a short cut!

Thank S0par
Reviewed 14 April 2017 via mobile

Out for a drive and came across this little spot... lovely walk really interesting to learn about the history of the site

Thank Deborah C
Reviewed 1 March 2017

Seven in total ... (that they have found so far) ..... Raison d'être ? ... not obvious. Some circles are in pairs, but not all (aligned to solstice .. or other astrological markers). Another theory is that they relate to comets. They date from the...More

Thank Almostgreynomad
Reviewed 11 February 2017 via mobile

Once again drawn to the stones, this is the real history of this area 2000 BC! Visit on a good starlit night, groundsheet, gaze at the sky with virtually no modern intrusion. We are so fortunate to be able to still walk amongst the stones,...More

1  Thank TyroneFood
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22 July 2015|
Response from GEOFF W | Reviewed this property |
Remote location, about 1.5hrs from Belfast. No public transport. Car would be required.