2 million Ulster folks left their homes to forge a brand new life across the Atlantic in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Their story is told here at one amongst Ireland's best museums and outside history park. Exhibits are split into previous World cottages and New World log cabins, with actors in costume bring the stories to life.
The park is 8km northwest of Omagh. Last admission is 1½ hours before closing.
Original buildings from varied components of Ulster are razed and reerected here, as well as a blacksmith's forge, a weaver's thatched bungalow, a Protestant meeting house and a building. the 2 components of the park are smartly connected by passing through a simulation of AN emigre ship. within the yankee section of the park you'll visit a real 18th-century settler's stone bungalow and a log house, each shipped across the Atlantic from Pennsylvania, and a Tennessee plantation house, and more original buildings.
The exhibition area explains the shut connections between Ulster and also the USA – the yankee Declaration of Independence was signed by Ulstermen – and includes a resourceful Calistoga wagon.
Costumed guides and artisans justify the humanities of spinning, weaving, candle-making so on. varied special events are on throughout the year, as well as Yankee national holiday celebrations in July and a bluegrass music pageant in late August/September.