Lisnaskea (from Irish: Lios na Scéithe, meaning “fort of the shield”) is the second-biggest unity in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. It is situated mainly in the townland of Lisoneill, with some areas in the townland of Castle Balfour Demesne, both in the civil parish of Aghalurcher and the historic barony of Magherastephana. It had a population of 2,960 people at the 2011 Census.
The approachable monument of Sciath Ghabhra is where the Maguires were crowned as kings and chiefs of Fermanagh. The town developed after the Plantation of Ulster and is built on the long main street. At the middle, the old make public place contains a high cross (grid ref:H364340) from an in front monastery. 19th century buildings improve the former puff house, corn announce and butter market. The Castle Park Leisure Centre is situated just off the main street.