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Beaghmore Stone Circles, Cookstown

(4.4/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Seven in total ... (that they have found so far) ..... Raison d'être ? ... not obvious. Some circles are in pairs, but not all (aligned to solstice .. or other astrological markers). Another theory is...  more »
  • In the history of the einztauche and mysteries to create why why why... A nice trip in the nothing. A little hard to find but directly next to the small parking lot. Easy to commit and undisturbed. I think a few visitors a day. Therefore, you have his rest. I recommend what to do nearby is times where to look and if you have no idea of time in the past to go.
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  • Once again drawn to the stones, this is the real history of this area 2000 BC! Visit on a good starlit night, groundsheet, gaze at the sky with virtually no modern intrusion. We are so fortunate to be...  more »
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  • Visited today for the second time (haven't been for a year or so). Doesn't disappoint, beautiful stone circles, mounds and more. Lovely scenery surrounding. It isn't very well signposted though so I'd suggest taking a map or using sat nav!
  • It is a nice for a 15 minute stop, but definitely not worth travelling here just for the circles. The circles are interesting, though do not expect anything spectacular, just a bunch of smaller rocks in circular formation.
  • Lots of little stone circles. Easily accessible and beautiful surroundings in good weather. Lovely.
  • Lovely little spot if your close, I wouldn't travel for it. There is a lack of description on the information board as to why they may be laid out in this manner.
  • Lovely pale to view.