Benburb Castle is a castle situated in Benburb, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. It is a plantation bawn built in 1611 by Sir Richard Wingfield. It is an irregular four-sided bawn with the entrance in the north wall. There are large rectangular flanking towers at the north-east and north-west corners and a smaller round tower at the south-east corner It is built on a limestone cliff overlooking the River Blackwater, the border between County Tyrone and County Armagh. A 19th-century house occupies the south west area of the bawn. The castle is in excellent condition having been recently restored and stands in the grounds of the imposing Servite Priory, a religious order based in the village.
Benburb or Wingfield’s Castle is a State Care Historic Monument.
Address: Servite Priory, Main Street, Benburb, BT71 7JZ