Castles monuments in County Fermanagh
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Castles & Ancient Monuments in County Fermanagh

Heritage sites also including Battlefield sites, Historic Landmarks & Roman Forts in County Fermanagh...

County Fermanagh Ancient Monuments, Castles, Roman Forts, Battlefield Sites, etc

Castle Balfour

Main Street, Lisnaskea, County Fermanagh, BT92 0JE
Tel: 028 6632 3110     E-mail:

Built between 1616 and 1625 by Michael Lord Balfour of Burleigh as part of
King James 1's plantation of Ulster.

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Enniskillen Castle

Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, BT74 7HL
Tel: 028 66 325000    
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Originally built by Hugh Maguire in the 15th century, the castle consists of a central keep and a curtain wall. In the 18th century the castle was remodelled as the Castle Barracks and now houses the Regimental Museum of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. The Inniskillings Museum with its collection of uniforms, weapons, medals and memorabilia, is the second museum dating back to the 17th Century. Today the castle hosts exhibitions and events for the public and also offers educational programmes for primary and secondary schools.

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Monea Castle

On B81, 7 miles north-west of Enniskillen
Tel: 028 6632 3110     E-mail:

Standing on a rocky bluff, overlooking surrounded on all but one side by swampland, Monea Castle was built by 1618 for Malcolm Hamilton. Probably the most interesting example of a ruined planter castles, which was burnt out in the 1641 Great Rebellion and again by the Jacobites in 1689.

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Tully Castle

Tully Point, A46 Enniskillen-Belleek Road. Lower Lough Erne, County Fermanagh
Tel: 028 6862 1588     E-mail:    Web:

The remains of a fortified house and bawn built in 1613 by Sir John Hume and burned by the Maguire's in 1641. The 17th century style garden has been recreated and as visitor centre has been set up in an abandoned farmhouse.

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