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Lower Market Street, Downpatrick, Co Down, Northern Ireland
Highly commended within the Information & Communication Category at The Northern Ireland Tourism Awards Ceremony (2004)Telling the story of Ireland's patron saint through a dynamic and informative exhibition. Housed in an amazing new building ...
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Co. Down, Northern Ireland
Near Downpatrick, ruined is a Norman foundation beautifully situated on the edge of the Quoile river. Quoile Pondage, where the river joins Strangford Lough, is a freshwater nature reserve with a visitor centre next to the 17th century ruined castle.
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Strangford, Downpatrick, Co. Down, Northern Ireland
The showplace of the lough (Neagh) shore: a magnificent Georgian mansion (one facade classical, the other Strawberry Hill gothic) filled with works of art and period pieces. There is an ornamental lake with wildfowl, a temple and a lovely demesne (Nationa
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Market Street, Downpatrick, Co. Down, BT30 6LZ, Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland's only standard guage (i.e. full size) heritage railway. Founded in 1985 and staffed by volunteers, the Downpatrick & Co. Down Railway runs steam (and sometimes heritage diesel) trains between Downpatrick and Inch Abbey on a restored rail
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Castle Ward, Strangford, Downpatrick, Co Down, BT30 7LS, Northern Ireland
The Trust's Wildlife Scheme that centres around the great open waters of Stranford Lough manages and provides access to 14,700 acres of foreshore and seabed. This includes fifty island, woodland, wetlands, saltmarsh and agricultural fields. The s...
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