Following further guidelines from the NI Executive in response to the most recent public health update, Enniskillen Castle Museums closed to the public from 5pm today for a planned four week period. The safety of our visitors, our staff and the health and wellbeing of our communities remains our priority.
If you’ve booked tickets to visit, we will issue you with a full refund.
We look forward to welcoming visitors back when guidelines permit and when it is safe to do so.
'Bubble Tours' for groups of up to 10 people who are socially distancing together must be booked in advance here:
In line with current Government guidelines, we are asking all our visitors, over the age of 13 years, to bring and wear their own face covering (mask, visor, scarf etc) inside Enniskillen Castle buildings. For advice & exemptions see: https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/articles/coronavirus-covid-19-face-coverings
We’ve introduced new measures to help to ensure your safety:
-One-way system to help you around easily and safely
-Signage and screens to help you adhere to social distancing
-Hand sanitisers are readily available throughout the site
-Regular cleaning ensures frequently touched surfaces are given extra attention
To keep everybody safe, including our staff we need you to:
-Adhere to the one-way system
-Socially distance from others - including our staff
-If you’re visiting with children, keep them close to but apart from others
-Don’t pick items up in the shop unless you’re going to buy them
-If you’re buying something, use contactless payment if you can
-Be patient with our staff and with others; this is a new situation for us all and you may have to wait
We also care about the environment so:
-Don’t ask for leaflets unless you really need them
And, of course:
-Don’t come if you’re displaying any signs of coronavirus
-Catch your coughs and sneezes
-Wash your hands regularly and thoroughly