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Northland House (also known as Dungannon Park, Dungannon Park)

Introduction

A 17th-century demesne for two successive houses on different sites, followed by the pre-1834 Northland House with its orangery and conservatory, now gone. Features include mature parkland and woodland trees, an artificial lake with a dam and a walled garden. The demesne is now largely Dungannon Park

Visitor Facilities

Public amenity, open daily.
Visitor Access, Directions & Contacts

Access contact details

http://www.dungannon.gov.uk

Directions

South-east of Dungannon town centre.

Owners

  • Dungannon District Council

    www.dungannon.gov.uk
  • Dungannon District Council

    www.dungannon.gov.uk
Features & Designations

Designations

  • Environment and Heritage Service of Northern Ireland Heritage Gardens Inventory

  • Reference: T 29

Features

  • Lake
  • Kitchen Garden
  • Gate Lodge
Key Information

Type

Landscape Park

Purpose

Public Park

Principal Building

House

Survival

Extant

Open to the public

Yes

References