Crom - National Trust

Ruins of the old tower-house at Crom, Co Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
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Escape to this breathtaking 810-hectare (2,000-acre) demesne, set amid the romantic and tranquil landscape of Upper Lough Erne. One of Ireland's most important nature conservation areas, Crom's ancient woodland and picturesque islands are home to many rare species, including the elusive pine marten. The ancient yews in the Old Castle Garden are named among the '50 greatest British trees'. The award-winning visitor centre offers a huge range of exciting activities and adventures for all the family – from boating and coarse angling to inspirational nature trails. There are also fascinating wildlife exhibitions.

Venue Type:

Garden, parklands or rural site

Opening hours

Please check the National Trust website before visiting.

Admission charges

£3.00 per car or boat, £10.00 mini-bus, £20.00 coach.


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Additional info

The 19th century castle is private and not open to the public.

Crom - National Trust
Upper Lough Erne
Co. Fermanagh
BT92 8AP
Northern Ireland




Visitor Centre

028 6773 8118

028 6773 8174


028 6773 8118

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