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Visitors walking through the wooded trails at Florence Court, County Fermanagh
Visitors walking through the wooded trails at Florence Court, County Fermanagh | © National Trust iamges/Paul Canning Photography
Northern Ireland

Florence Court Blue Trail

A gentle, circular walk through native Irish woodland with historical estate features along the way. Explore the Pleasure Grounds and Walled Garden at Florence Court on the route and look out for one of the most famous trees in Ireland – the original Irish yew tree.

Total steps: 5

Total steps: 5

Start point

Visitor centre, OSNI grid ref: NV272002

Step 1

Start from the visitor centre, turning right and crossing the bridge. Follow the path to the left and continue on the path, taking care crossing the road at the admission hut.

Step 2

The trail rejoins the main path here. Continue to follow the signs, crossing a large bridge. Note this part of the path is used by other walkers and horse riders.

Step 3

You'll reach a crossing where the Blue Trail continues to the right, passing the Florence Court Yew tree. Follow the path through the forest and alongside the field toward the pleasure grounds.

Irish yew tree in the gardens at Florence Court, County Fermanagh in Northern Ireland.
Irish yew tree at Florence Court, County Fermanagh | © National Trust Images/Annapurna Mellor

Step 4

Continue around the corner to the right and over the bridge into the Pleasure Grounds.

Step 5

Continue through the Pleasure Grounds, keeping to the left and crossing the large wide bridge. Follow the path back around to the right, passing the Sawmill, Summer House and past the mansion. Continue across the road and onwards to return to the visitor centre.

View of the Rose Garden at Florence Court in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland.
The Rose Garden at Florence Court, County Fermanagh | © National Trust / Paul Canning

End point

Visitor centre, OSNI grid ref: NV272002

Trail map

Florence Court Blue Trail map
Florence Court Blue Trail map, County Fermanagh | © Crown Copyright (2012) Land and Property Services permit no. 120099

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DistanceMiles: 5.6 (km: 8.96)

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Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, BT92 1DB

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