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Pickie Fun Park
4 star Visitor Attraction

1. Pickie Funpark, Bangor


Pickie Funpark is one of the top ten visitor attractions in Northern Ireland. The park provides a fun day out for all: An 18-hole mini-golf course, giant pedal swans, Pickie Puffer train, children's play area, children's electric car track and more
cockle row
3 star Historic Attraction

2. Cockle Row Cottages, Groomsport, Bangor


Cockle Row cottages are perfect for the whole family to visit. Free weekend entertainment for all including craft fairs, children's crafts, live music and local craft demonstrations.
Project 24

3. Project 24, Bangor


Art Never Sleeps!
Bangor Abbey

4. Bangor Abbey, Bangor


Founded in 558AD the main body of the building dates from 1830's, the tower from 15th century and steeple dates around 1693. Interesting gravestones include a memorial to the assistant surgeon of the Titanic, local man John Edward Simpson.
North Down Museum

5. North Down Museum, Bangor


Visit North Down Museum to explore the fascinating saga of the North Down area from the Bronze Age to the present day. The Museum takes you on a journey through Early Christian heritage and the Vikings to Scottish Settlers and the Victorians.
Ava Gallery - Adam's at Clandeboye

6. Ava Gallery - Adam's at Clandeboye, Bangor


Run by Adam's Auctioneers, The Ava Gallery is a hidden gem of visual arts in North Down, just 15 minutes from Belfast. Its focus is on showcasing the very best in Irish art, through both selling and privately loaned exhibitions & auction previews.
Ballymacormick Point

7. Ballymacormick Point, Bangor


This rocky outcrop is located between Ballyholme and the little village of Groomsport. Covered in gorse, it is good for rough walking and for spotting birds, flowers and foxes.
Bangor & North Down Museums Tour

8. Bangor & North Down Museums Tour, Bangor


Museums Tour - Cultra & Bangor
Holywood Maypole

9. Holywood Maypole, Bangor


Holywoods most well known feature is the towns Maypole, the only surviving in Ireland. Early maps show a Maypole has stood on the site since the 1620`s and today is still the focus of the May Day Celebrations and Fair in the town.
Ulster-Scots Heritage in North Down

10. Ulster-Scots Heritage in North Down, Bangor


“he Founding Fathers of the Ulster-Scots”, James Hamilton and Hugh Montgomery arriving in the Ards and North Down in May 1606 marking the beginning of what would see a flood of thousands of Scottish tenants who were to transform the area forever.
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