Drumskinny Stone Circle

Enniskillen, United Kingdom

Drumskinny is the site of a stone circle. With the inclusion of an adjacent cairn and alignment, the stone circle is a State Care Historic Monument in Fermanagh and Omagh district. The site was excavated in 1962 and is believed to have built around 2000 BC.



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Founded: 2000 BCE
Category: Prehistoric and archaeological sites in United Kingdom

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Malwina Janik (2 years ago)
Some history in it - on your way nice to check out and tick off of your list ?
William Carruthers (2 years ago)
A little too clean and polished, I think it would be better with natural landscaping
John Bashford (2 years ago)
It's worth visiting if you're near Kesh, just for it's history. There's an information board beside the carpark and it's only a short walk to the stone circle. You only need to spend about 10 minutes here.
Bart Piasek (4 years ago)
It is point of interest, rather than the attraction. It makes an excellent location for a break if you need to stop and get some fresh air after hours of driving. It is well maintained, located in the entry to the field.
Tina williamson (4 years ago)
Very interesting to see beautiful views. I'm sure I am like many more who would love to know more!
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