Local Attractions

Tomneys Bar

In the beautiful village of Moy Tomneys Bar and Beer garden is a real gem. The pub has been in the Tomney family for over 300 years. Stained glass windows and a compendium of little rooms make up Tomney’s Bar and Lounge. Private parties and barbeques catered for. Regular traditional sessions and bands such as Two Degrees, Carousel, Paul Hull and many more…. Follow their facebook page. Seeing is believing.. Don’t you just love it!

Cafés and Restaurants

We are located beside a range of stylish cafes and restaurants which serve only the freshest foods selected from the regions best producers. We really are blessed with the variety of fine establishments in our area. We are located next to Chapter V Restaurant, Brew Coffee House and The Moy Larder, to name a few.

Dancing and Showbands

We are situated in Northern Irelands Best Country Music Location and we are a stones throw away from the Dance. The Moy is well established as one of the Leading Music areas in the North of Ireland. Hosting big acts like Nathan Carter, Derek Ryan, Mike Denver and Lisa McHugh. The famous single “Its Friday” by Derek Ryan was filmed in Tomneys Bar and Moy Antiques. The Moys Saturday dance nights are the busiest and best around.

Moy Antiques

Displaying a comprehensive range of quality Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian and decorative furniture as well as garden antiques, fireplaces, chandeliers, mirrors and clocks, paintings, etc, Moy Antiques has collectables to suit all tastes. Continue your journey of discovery in the courtyard and Moy Antique village to the rear.

Full collection can be veiwed at: www.moyantiques.com

The Argory

Built in the 1820s, this handsome Irish gentry house is surrounded by its 130-hectare (320-acre) wooded riverside estate. The former home of the MacGeough Bond family, a tour of this Neo-classical masterpiece reveals it is unchanged since 1900. The eclectic interior still evoking the family’s tastes and interests. Outside there are sweeping vistas, superb spring bulbs, scenic walks and fascinating courtyard displays. Browse the second-hand bookshop and gift shop, explore the adventure playground and relax in The Courtyard Coffee Shop which serves up tasty treats for all the family.

Clothes Boutiques and Designer Village

Moy is your one-stop location for all your fashion needs, you will find rail upon rail of sumptuous clothing, delicate Knitwear, Elegant Occasion wear and One-off Accessories to finish it all off. Such as Saretta Boutique, The Rose Hanger – Linen Green Shopping Village, to name a few.

Blackwater Canoe Trail

Enjoy an amazing canoe trail on the beautiful River Blackwater, a 20 km flat water venue for canoeing enthusiasts of all abilities. The river meanders through stunning countryside of Counties Armagh and Tyrone, snaking lazily into Lough Neagh. Once you arrive there – and catch site of the magical Coney Island – the waterways are your oyster. The river is a haven for all kinds of wildlife including kingfishers, otters, herons and maybe even a barn owl.

Peatlands Park

The first park of its type in Ireland, it was established specifically to promote and facilitate peat land awareness and issues. The peat here has been forming for about 10,000 years. Visitors can explore the 265 hectare (680 acre) site on foot along its many paths and wooden walkways. In fact there are over 16km (10 miles) of paths leading the visitor through the many and varied habitats within the Park.

St. Patrick’s Cathedrals

The Cathedral’s are the most beautiful buildings and can be seen from the Balcony in Charlemont House. They are steeped in history.. Truly magnificent structures with spectacular views. Well worth a Visit.

Dungannon Park

Be dazzled by the colourful floral displays throughout the seasons.Watch the swans on the lake and explore miles of interesting pathways. Dungannon Park offers children’s play area, picnic area, orienteering trail, treasure trail, tennis courts, barbeque site and 12 acre stream fed angling lake.