Attractions and Places to Visit in Donegal
With its breathtaking scenery, beautiful beaches and rugged mountains, Donegal is a sight to behold. Donegal was voted number one on The National Geographic Traveller (UK) 'cool list' for 2017, and the area's attractions include Glenveagh National Park the only official national park anywhere in the Province of Ulster. The park is a 140 km² nature reserve with scenery of mountains, raised boglands, lakes and woodlands. At its heart is Glenveagh Castle, a late Victorian 'folly' that was originally built as a summer residence. The Donegal Gaeltacht also attracts young people to County Donegal each year during the school summer holidays.
Working against the clock certainly brings out the competitive side of people! Jailbreak is the North-west’s first live escape room! Set in real Dungeon Cells beneath the Old Courthouse, you and your group have been sentenced to death for a crime they didn’t commit and locked in a jail cell.