The main body of the building dates from 1830's, the tower from 15th century and steeple dates from around 1693. There are old and interesting gravestones including a memorial to the assistant surgeon of the Titanic local man John Edward Simpson.
Following a major facelift and an investment of £2.6 million, Pickie Funpark has reopened in style and is now back on the must visit attraction list.
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.
If you crave the thrill of the off-road, or want the ultimate day in corporate entertainment, but don't really know where to start, come to the experts!
Walking can be the very best way to explore the coastline, countryside, towns and villages, giving you access to stunning views, quiet lanes and wildlife.
North Down has a rich history of Ulster-Scots heritage with “the Founding Fathers of the Ulster-Scots”, James Hamilton and Hugh Montgomery arriving in the Ards and North Down in May 1606.
If you are looking for an entertaining and educational way to spend a day the multi-award winning Ulster Folk and Transport Museum will bring you back to the good old days in all their glory, or for a whistle stop tour of the region’s history check out the North Down Museum.
Holywood is located only a few miles from Belfast with speciality shopping, fine food and wine and trendy Cafes, a wealth of well tended parks and heritage attractions.
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.
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