There's something for everyone in this picturesque county from spooky trails to ancient sites to visit.
So, grab your coat, embrace the seasonal spirit, and get ready to explore the magic that awaits in this charming corner of Northern Ireland.
5. OM Solar Walk, all year round - Davagh Forest, 155 Davagh Road.
This 3.4km Solar Walk links the observed solar system in the sky with the astronomical solar and lunar alignments at Beaghmore Stone Circles.
Visitors can walk from what may have been the first observatory in our ancient landscape, Beaghmore Stone Circles, to the modern-day observatory at OM in Davagh Forest.
While there visitors can view an augmented reality app, providing a digital guide of the solar system to explore space and planets in real time, linking the uniqueness of the sky above to the uniqueness of the area’s deep archaeological landscape.
For more information go to https://www.visitmidulster.com/things-to-do/om-solar-walk-p809301 Photo: Visit Mid Ulster
6. Sacred Site Tours Northern Ireland, all year round, 32A Annaghnaboe Road, Annaghnaboe, Dungannon
Walk in the steps of the ancestors on private guided tours to the ancient and sacred sites in Northern Ireland.
For over 6,000 years, the Neolithic people, the Celts, as well as those who followed them were actively involved in healing, divination, other world journeying and ceremony at these extraordinary places.
Experience the magic of these ancient sites with interactive tours where you can try your hand at ancient practices such as dowsing, making a wish and feeling the energy of a world gone by. For more information go to https://www.visitmidulster.com/things-to-do/sacred-site-tours-northern-ireland-p707061 Photo: Discover Northern Ireland
7. Hill of The O’Neill & Ranfurly House, all year round - 26 Market Square, Dungannon
Immerse yourself in the stories, artefacts, and archaeology of the interactive exhibition, which transports you back to the battles, intrigue and politics that shaped the landscape here.
Ranfurly House is a Victorian building and gateway to the ancient site of Hill of The O’Neill, one of the most important heritage sites in Ireland with breathtaking panoramic views over seven of the nine counties of Ulster. This location has been the site of castles, barracks, and seats of power for thousands of years. It is from this very hilltop that The O’Neill dynasty, perhaps one of the greatest of the Irish clans ruled for more than 300 years.
For more information go to https://www.visitmidulster.com/things-to-do/hill-of-the-oneill-and-ranfurly-house-p705241 Photo: Discover NI
8. Painting Breaks with Dermot Cavanagh, all year round, Rhoneview Studio, 30 Seyloran Lane, Moy
Ready to brush up on your skills? Or try something completely new? Dermot Cavanagh's painting courses cater for all levels of artistic ability including absolute beginners.
During his 74-episode TV art show, Dermot informed and inspired millions of viewers and taught a host of celebrities to paint the Irish landscape - and that now includes you. Join Dermot and let him show you how to paint your own masterpieces as he passes on many of his tips and techniques about drawing, painting and colour mixing. This is an unique opportunity to learn new skills from a world renowned artist and master tutor.
For more information go to https://www.visitmidulster.com/things-to-do/painting-breaks-with-dermot-cavanagh-p700831 Photo: Discover Northern Ireland