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Enniskillen Murals Walk

Enniskillen Town Centre, Enniskillen, Fermanagh, BT74 7BA
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Enniskillen BID has commissioned 10 murals across the island town of Enniskillen. Each mural tells its own unique story, making them perfect photo stops during your visit!

The Happy Prince

This was BID’s first mural and is located on Water Street. John Houston from Houstons offered this wall and the mural is based on the Oscar Wilde story of The Happy Prince

Artist: Karl Fenton & Jordan Shaw (Belfast). 

Created in July 2021

Ted Hastings

Superintendent Ted Hastings from TV’s The Line of Duty is played by Enniskillen actor Adrian Dunbar. The character’s “Now we’re suckin diesel” catchphrase can be found at the back of Charlies Bar, on the corner of Middleton Street and Water Street.

Artist: Karl Fenton (Belfast)

Created in September 2021

The Pike

Pike are the main type of fish found in the waters of Lough Erne. This mural brings colour to what was a dark, grey wall on Paget Lane. This location was offer by Joe the Baker where he operates his bread table. 

Artist: Marian Noone “This is Friz” (Bangor)

Created in November 2021

One for Sorrow

Ground level on Paget lane was the perfect spot for this mural of seven magpies from the rhyme “One for Sorrow, Two for Joy”. The mural shows magpies stealing a pair of old boots as this location was originally a shoe menders. 

Artist: Kevin McHugh (Fermanagh)

Created in November 2021

Enniskillen Fisherman

The rear of the Crowes Nest bar was offered as a location in Spring 2022. Local and international fishermen mean so much to the people of Fermanagh and this mural is a tribute to them. 

Artist: Kevin McHugh (Fermanagh)

Created in May 2022

Musicians on the Diamond

Pat’s Bar regularly hosts lively traditional music sessions. This mural celebrates the great skill and tradition of musicians in Fermanagh, and of the importance of traditional music as part of its cultural heritage. The fiddler is based on the famous Fermanagh musician, John McManus. 

Artist: Kevin McHugh (Fermanagh)

Created in June 2022

The Dance

Enniskillen being an island town has many bridges. “The Dance” mural can be found under the East Bridge. Incorporating the troll bridge, dancing fairies and other creatures.

Artist: Kevin McHugh (Fermanagh)

Created in October 2022

Stairway to Heaven

This mural can be found on the side of Belmore Court & Motel. The design incorporates the Cuilcagh Boardwalk, also known as the Stairway to Heaven. Located just outside Enniskillen, the popular boardwalk was the inspiration for this mural.

Artist: Marian Noone “This is Friz”

Created in December 2022

Life on the Erne

The latest addition is vibrant and captivating. Located at the entrance of Erneside Shopping Centre, this mural is inspired by the enchanting beauty of Lough Erne and where the mural gets the name ‘Life on the Erne”.

Artist: Alexandra Demian

Created January 2023

East Bridge Street / Fermanagh Cottage Industries

This mural located on East Bridge Street is full of colour and character, depicting all the known sights of Enniskillen & Fermanagh. Capturing the nature of Enniskillen being an island town, with pike filling the waters of Lough Erne to the castle and other historic locations in the town, this mural captures the spirit of Enniskillen.

Artists: Danni Simpson Art and Karl Fenz Art!

Created September 2023

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