Cookstown is a town of over 10,000 in the Northern Irish county of Tyrone renowned for its friendly locals and convivial atmosphere.
Ulster American Folk Park is an open-air museum near Cookstown that details the last three centuries of Irish emigration. With an emphasis on education through exhibitions and artefacts, this museum is extremely popular with locals and tourists alike and the population of Cookstown is rightly proud of this local landmark.
Close to Cookstown is Lissan House is a historic residence near Cookstown that dates back to the late 16th century. With lush grounds and opulent interiors, this manor was home to the Staples baronets and sits at the foot of the Sperrin Mountains. Today the house is open to the public for tours of both the interior and lush grounds.
Throughout the area, from Orritor to Coagh, Floom’s Cookstown flower delivery covers the whole community.