5 things to do in Enniskillen this Winter
To help you plan your Island Town adventure, we have compiled together a list of our Top 5 things to do in Enniskillen this Winter.
1 Florencecourt House
A beautiful 18th-century home set on a sustainable estate and gardens. Surrounded by lush parkland and thick woodland with Benaughlin mountain rising in the background, Florence Court enjoys a majestic countryside setting in West Fermanagh. On a guided tour of the Georgian mansion you can hear stories about the Cole family and their staff, who lived here for over 250 years. Outdoors take a gentle walk or long cycle along 10 miles of trails in the adjoining forest park and see fascinating industrial heritage features, including the water-powered sawmill and blacksmith’s forge. The gardens are home to the mother of all Irish yew trees, as well as the kitchen garden which is being restored to its 1930s character.
What can you enjoy at Florence Court this Christmas?
With the Visitor Centre open at weekends from 10am to 4pm this is your first stop for your visit to Florence Court. The Visitor centre is a great spot to read about the history of Florence Court or pick up a bike to set out for an energetic ride around the estate.
Percy The Park Keeper’s Winter Wander Trail- Saturday 4 December to Monday 3 January
Come along and enjoy Percy the Park Keeper’s winter wander trail. Joining in the fun with Percy and his animal friends as he gives nature a helping hand this is a great event for adventure seeking families with young children and a fantastic way to explore the beatiful estate of Florence Court.
To find out more about Florencecourt house, please click here.
2 Cuilcagh Boardwalk Trail
The Cuilcagh Boardwalk Trail also nicknamed the Stairway to Heaven Walk is located in Co. Fermanagh- a short drive from Enniskillen. The route meanders through one of the largest expanses of blanket bog in Northern Ireland, traversing over tracks, boardwalk and staircase. A steep climb is required to reach the viewing platform on Cuilcagh Mountain which provides breath taking views of the surrounding low lands.
Christmas Wreath Making at Oakwood Bushcraftwww.guilcaghlakelands.orgUse local plants and materials to make your own Christmas wreath Sunday 27 November 12:00pm–3:30pm Oakwood Bushcraft, Tamlaght Price: £15 per person, materials and light refreshments included Booking essential via
Correl Glen – A Native Woodland (national tree week)www.cuilcaghlakelands.orgA Winter wander through Correl Glen to learn about the Native tree species with Geopark Guide Helen Saturday 26 November 10:00am–12:00pm Correl Glen, Lough Navar bottom carpark Price: £5 per person Booking essential via
To find out more about The Cuilcagh Lakelands, please click here.
3 Marble Arch Caves
The Marble Arch Caves is a major tourist attraction, set in the picturesque foothills of Cuilcagh Mountain, just a short journey from the island town of Enniskillen. The landscape encompassing the Marble Arch Caves was formed over 340 million years ago. Today this natural environment of caves, rivers, mountains, ancient woodlands, waterfalls and gorges offer an opportunity for visitors to enjoy the incredible range of activities and experiences the Marble Arch Caves have to offer!
Family fun outdoor activity at the Marble Arch Caves
10/12/2022 – 20/12/2022
A bunch of little elves have escaped from Santa’s Grotto deep within the Marble Arch Caves. There have been reports of elf activity in the local woodland close to the caves and Santa has asked for your help to track them down and to decide which elves are being ‘good’ and which are being ‘bad’.
An epic adventure invites you to explore a trail of elves who have gotten themselves in a world of funny scenarios and predicaments in the woodland. This above ground activity will be mostly outside, or beneath open-sided roofed areas on a looped walk through the wonderful ancient woodland, the perfect place to have fun outdoors this season. Booking required. To find out more about the Marble Arch Caves, please click here.
4 Enniskillen Castle
Enniskillen Castle is situated beside the River Erne in County Fermanagh was built almost 600 years ago by Gaelic Maguires. Guarding one of the few passes into Ulster, it was strategically important throughout its history. In the 17th century it became an English garrison fort and later served as part of a military barracks. This historic site houses two museums, Fermanagh County Museum and The Inniskillings Museum, both rich with exhibitions and events throughout the year for everyone to enjoy.
For more information on Enniskillen castle, please click here
5 Ice Rink at Share Discovery Village
Share is kicking off an exciting festive period with Share Village on Ice: a fantastic indoor synthetic rink, which is almost identical to a frozen surface but much more eco-friendly for all the family to enjoy. Whether you’re a budding skater or a confident glider, our wheelchair-friendly ice rink is open to all ages and abilities! Fully accessible and sure to create unforgettable memories, our magical ice rink is set under a canopy of twinkling lights.
Enjoy one of their many themed sessions. Themed sessions are as follows:
Saturday 19th November – 7pm – 70s Night
Saturday 26th November – 7pm – 80s Night
Saturday 3rd December – 7pm – 90s Night
Saturday 10th December – 7pm – Country Night
Saturday 17th December – 7pm – Christmas Jumper Night
Every Saturday from 19th November – 17th December – 2pm – Disney Session
There will be a prize for best dressed at each session.
For more information on booking the Share Village, please click hereIf you are interested in booking your stay at Belmore Court, please click here.