Tannaghmore farm has a collection of farm animals traditional to Ulster 100 years ago, but now either rare or almost extinct. Amongst these are cattle such as Irish Moiled, Kerry and Dexter, Galway and Jacob sheep, Saddleback pigs and a great variety of fowl. The Barn Museum, located in an attractive stone outbuilding adjacent to a Georgian farmhouse, houses agricultural exhibits and models displaying the farming activities of bygone days in Co. Armagh. In the summer months the famous rose garden is a particularly beautiful attraction. There is ample free parking, a barbecue and a children play area making this place a great choice for a family outing. Admission is free.
Animal Life, Parks, Gardens & Cemeteries