County Tyrone is the largest county in Northern Ireland and is found within the province of Ulster. There are a multitude of County Tyrone attractions that draw tourists to this part of Northern Ireland each year, in all seasons. For outdoor enthusiasts, things to do in County Tyrone could include a leisurely walk through forest parks, some more challenging hiking or biking trails in the area of the Sperrin Mountains, or fishing in the small rivers and streams that cross the county. Others may be interested in the historical County Tyrone sights, instead. When you’re visiting County Tyrone, you shouldn't miss admiring the Beaghmore Stone Circles, thought to have been important in ancient fertility rites, as well as St. Patrick’s Chair and Well, carved into stone purportedly for St. Patrick and possessing mystical powers. You can experience County Tyrone culture in places like the Grant Ancestral Homestead, which belonged to ancestors of President Ulysses S. Grant. Another piece of tourism in County Tyrone dedicated to Irish American immigrants is the Ulster American Folk Park, an outdoor museum that illustrates the lives of 19th and 20th century emigrants. Tourists also love to head to the Tyrone Crystal Visitor Center, where they can watch the art of crystal making up close and personal.