Tannaghmore Gardens & Animal Farm

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Tannaghmore Gardens & Animal Farm

A tourist attraction offering close encounters with many rare breeds of animal found on farms in Ulster 100 years ago, many of which are now rare and close to extinction. The Barn Museum shows enchanting displays of farming activities in Co Armagh in days gone by. Tannaghmore Gardens also features beautiful rose gardens, picnic areas, and a children's play area as well as plant nurseries. A great family day out!

Groups and guided tours of the museum can be arranged during normal opening hours by contacting Craigavon Museum Services on 028 3834 1635.

Admission charge: no admission charge. Farm opens at 10am and closes two hours before dusk; gardens open at 8am and close one hour before dusk in the summer and 5pm in the winter.

The Farm has recently undergone a major refurbishment and now includes upgraded paddocks, paths and fenced areas, including a new log cabin which houses toilets and hand washing facilities.


Kilvergan Road
BT66 6LF

Website: http://www.armaghbanbridgecraigavon.gov.uk
Email: tannaghmoregardens@armaghbanbridgecraigavon.gov.uk
Tel: 028 3834 3244

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