Florence Court is a property of the National Trust and was the ancestral seat of the Earls of Enniskillen.
The new centre will be adjacent to the Walled Garden and shall be the entrance point for all visitors to the estate and forest park.
It was funded by the Northern Ireland Forest Service, which handed over the management of the forest park to the Trust recently.
In April, 2014, Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall visited Florence Court.
In an effort to increase the visitor experience at Florence Court, and bring further economic benefit to the area, TRH were briefed about a new partnership between the National Trust and the Forest Service, which will result in the creation of a new Visitor Centre facility, which it is hoped will provide visitors with a seamless experience at Florence Court.TRH were invited to view the proposed plans for the new Visitors’ Centre.
THE SUMMER-HOUSE at the top of the Pleasure Gardens, near the mansion-house, was sadly destroyed by arson in 2014.
However, the great news is that it is to be rebuilt by the two brothers who erected it in 1993.
This charming little gazebo would not have been possible without the assistance of generous donations from supporters and Members' Associations throughout the Province.
So far, more than £3,500 has been raised for the #RebuildOurSummerHouse campaign, led by The Impartial Reporter newspaper.