The Famine Village is an outdoor museum that tells the story of life in the area from the Famine back in the 1840s, through the 1900s to the present day.
Fort Dunree offers a unique insight in to the history of the Fort and surrounding area, beatiful walks and an array of wildlife.
To enjoy for a stroll, fun for all the family regardless of time of year the beach offers a great place to go to burn off some energy or take in the breath-taking scenery.
Grianan of Aileach, a 1700BC ancient stone fort, is probably the best known monument in Inishowen.
Straid Church near Clonmany exudes an eerie charm. Built in 1772, it was in use until 1925.
Inishowen Maritime Museum & Planetarium is conveniently located in the old coastguard station, only 100 yards from the Lough Foyle ferry landing on Greencastle Harbour.
Malin Head is Ireland’s most northernly point. The circuit of Malin will take you past the Radio Station; built in 1910, and round the coast to Banba’s crown, the most northerly tip of Ireland. (Banba was one of the mythical queens of Ireland). “The Tower” was built in 1905 and used as a Lloyds Signal
Where better to start than right next door to The Glen House at one of Inishowen’s most spectacular natural attractions. The walkway from the gardens of The Glen House takes you upstream along the meandering stream to Glenevin Waterfall. Along the way there are a number of picnic areas and vantage pionts with stunning views