Lough Erne, with an unbroken navigable course and its beautiful shores and islands is home to many religious and burial sites, each unique, all interconnected.
For over one thousand years these sites were places of gathering, learning, worship, and burial.
Today, we can trace these places along the lough as they quietly sit as timely reminders of a once thriving early Christian community. The landscape is dotted with the ruins of early churches, stone carvings, crosses, and holy wells; all centres of devotion, craftmanship and pilgrimage along the Lough Erne Pilgrim Way.
The Lough Erne Pilgrim Way exhibition is part of a wider programme of events, itineraries, online resources, community engagement, access improvements and conservation initiatives. Organisations, communities and businesses are working together to develop new opportunities to enjoy, explore and protect Fermanagh's internationally important early Christian monastic heritage.