Omagh Library


 Library Contact


Branch Manager\Contact:
Julie Gibson and Edwin Johnston
1 Spillars Place
Irishtown Road, Omagh
BT78 1HL
t:028 8244 0733
f:028 8244 2159
Minicom:028 8244 0733
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 Text Relay Service


​We welcome calls via the text relay service.





 Opening Hours


Opening hours for Omagh Library
Monday:9:00am - 5:30pm
Tuesday:9:00am - 8:00pm
Wednesday:9:00am - 8:00pm
Thursday:9:00am - 5:30pm
Friday:9:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday:9:00am - 4:00pm
Sunday:Closed on Sunday



 Library Location


Omagh Library location map

 Library Services

Books Audio books Children's audio books
Large print books DVDs Internet
Storytimes Class visits Public Computers
Disabled access Exhibition space Fax service
Photocopier Printer Public Lift
Scanner Information Service Coffee / Tea Machine
Newspapers Omagh Bomb Archive Wi-FI

 Library Events

Event TitleDetailsStart DateEnd DateTime
Festival of Learning: Travel Writing Workshop
With author Nicole Watt.

Preserve your travel memories with advice and tips on travel writing.

Booking essential

Julie Gibson / Edwin Johnston​
t: 028 8244 0733
20/06/201720/06/201710:00am - 12:00noon
Festival of Learning: Yoga for Beginners
Always wanted to try yoga?
Come and try a free class with Hannah Maria who is a fully qualified instructor

Friday 9 June at 11:00am - 12:00noon
Wednesday 14 June at 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Booking essential

Julie Gibson / Edwin Johnston​
t: 028 8244 0733
09/06/201714/06/201711:00am - 12:00noon (Fri 9), 7:00pm - 8:00pm (Wed 14)
Festival of Learning: Basic Make Up Tips Workshop
Pick up some essential tips from our own in-house beautician, Ciara Gallen!

Booking essential

Julie Gibson / Edwin Johnston​
t: 028 8244 0733
07/06/201707/06/20177:00pm - 8:00pm
Festival of Learning: Go On IT Session
iPad Introduction

Booking essential

Julie Gibson / Edwin Johnston​
t: 028 8244 0733
02/06/201702/06/201710:00am - 12:00noon
Tales of a Travelling Piano - A Talk by Elizabeth Goell
Tales of a Travelled Piano a talk by Elisabeth Goell, tells the adventures of a German piano from the household of Clara and Robert Schumann - Germany’s foremost musician couple of the 19th century - into its adopted country during one of Ireland’s most difficult periods in history.

The piano wishes to bring back to mind that Ireland was back then also a part of Europe; not standing all on its own at the very western shore of Europe, but forming a vibrant part of European musical culture. This part of Ireland’s achievement has been unduly ‘forgotten’ and the Tales endeavour to skilfully interweave all the different strands that made up the musical and cultural life of its people.

FREE Admission
All ages

Julie Gibson / Edwin Johnston
t: 028 8244 0733
Open University Information Evening
If you haven’t studied with The Open University before, or you have had a few years away from study, this is for you!

Come along for an informal conversation to get answers to your questions about courses, study methods and other aspects of learning with The Open University.

FREE Admission
Just drop in – no appointment necessary.

Julie Gibson / Edwin Johnston
t: 028 8244 0733
09/05/201709/05/20176:00pm - 8:00pm