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Hill of The O'Neill & Ranfurly House Arts & Visitor Centre
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Explore Historic Hill of The O’Neill & Ranfurly House once the Power base of the O’Neills and Gaelic Ulster and Chichester’s planned Plantation Capital

Step inside the old Belfast Bank in Dungannon, now transformed into Ranfurly Arts & Visitor Centre, and you stand not just in a beautifully renovated Victorian centrepiece at the heart of the town, but also at the threshold of one of the most ancient sites in Ulster – The Hill of The O’Neill.

Ranfurly House has a multi-media exhibition narrating the Hill’s importance in Irish and European history, its links to the O’Neill clan and the subsequent Flight of the Earls and Plantation of Ulster.

You can take a tour of the exhibition space on your own or with an experienced guide when you’ll hear tales of the skeletons found on the Hill during a major excavation in 2010, the escape tunnels leading from the O’Neill castle which snake underneath Dungannon town, and the well which served as a hiding place for the inhabitants of the Hill during many sieges.

A walk to the top brings stunning views across 7 Ulster counties, all the more impressive when seen from the height of a new glass viewing tower, making it all the more clear why this site was chosen by the famous O’Neill dynasty to rule Gaelic Ireland for over 300 years. 

Highlights include:
  • A historic hidden gem
  • Art and History with a view
  • The Flight of The Earls and Plantation of Ulster interactive exhibition
  • Spectacular 360 degree views of Ulster from Glass viewing tower
  • One of the most historic sites in Ulster
  • No better place to understand the history of Northern Ireland

Visitor Information

Ranfurly House Arts & Visitor Centre is Open Year Round

April to September
Monday - Saturday 09:00 - 17:00
Sunday 13:00 - 17:00
Bank Holidays 10:00 to 16:00
October to March
Monday - Saturday 09:00 - 17:00
Bank Holidays 10:00 to 16:00
Guided Tours
Guided tours available daily Monday to Friday at 11.30 and 14.30hrs

Hill of The O’Neill Heritage Park is open from April to September from 09:00 to 21:00hrs

Contact Details

Hill of The O’Neill & Ranfurly House Arts & Visitor Centre
26 Market Square, Dungannon , BT70 1AB
Co. Tyrone

T: +44 28 8772 8600

Closed: December 25 and 26 and January 1. Closed Sundays October to March. 

Approx. visit duration: Please allow 60 minutes for a guided or self-guided tour.

Admission Prices 2018

Admission is FREE

There is only a charge for guided tours and they must be booked in advance:

Adults: £3.50
Concession: £2.50
Group bookings 10 or more: £2.50 each
Children under 16 Free

Other Useful Information

Free printed guides available in English

Coffee house serving light lunches, teas, speciality coffees, scones and tray bakes. Can cater for 40 seats, any number larger than 40 can be catered for in the conference space with prior booking. 

Picnic tables are located in the Heritage Park.

Gift shops selling handmade crystal, jewellery, branded merchandise, history books of the local area, and confectionary. 

Free car and coach parking on-site.

Fully wheelchair accessible with accessible toilets. Assistance dogs permitted.

Group rates available (minimum 10 people). Pre-booking required. Note: Adverse weather condition will deter outside guided tour on the Hill of The O’Neill Heritage Park, however, guided tour of Exhibition will always be available. 

Free Wi-Fi available

  • Mid Ulster Business Awards 2013  for Best Tourism Centre.
  • A Sandford Award 2014 in recognition of outstanding contribution to heritage education and learning within the historic environment.
  • LOtC Quality Badge for our Education Programme.
  • William Keown Trust Award for disability access.
  • Hill of The O’Neill Events Space won the 2016 CIAT Award for Excellence in Architectural Technology.



Map Location

It is 40.9 miles from Belfast international Airport to Dungannon - via A26 exiting at Junction 9 on M1 Motorway. From M1 Motorway exit at Junction 15 onto A29 and drive for 2.8 miles to Dungannon town centre.

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