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North Down Museum tells the story of the North Down area from the Bronze Age to the present day through a series of rooms, each dedicated to a particular era of history. Key artifacts on display include the Bronze Age Ballycroghan Swords, the Bangor...more
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Town Hall The Castle | The Castle, Bangor BT20 4BT, Northern Ireland
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I cant believe that I had never visited this place before my nephew had an photographic exhibition displayed here. It is a lovely building, quite spacious and airy, I didnt know there was a restaurant too. I have visited a few times since and will...More
Fascinating small local museum. Bangor Bell very interesting, though it’s exact age is not clarified. Raven maps of the area are intriguing. Lots of information on all the local monasteries and abbeys.
We visit the Museum on a regular basis to go to the coffee shop! We always look around the gift shop and what displays they have. They are always very interesting! The films that are shown are often about Old Bangor and bring back a...More
A great spot to visit. Attractions include a hive of bees in an observation station (summer months only) lots of artefacts, a dressing up area, models, a little shop and the delicious Coffee Cure coffee shop which is well worth a visit for yummy tray...More
This wonderful museum has a little bit of everything within its walls. Of particular interest was the Monks Cell which aims to re create life in Early Bangor, during monastic times. Beanna Chor was a very important seat of learning in the ancient world with...More
What an interesting exhibit and in a museum that was very nicely structured. Learned a great deal about the area and surely loved the helpful staff that provided extra insight (and recommendations for our continued visit in the area). Lovely!