About County Down
Congregation founded in 1642, present building completed in 1924
Time of Services:
Each Sunday: 12.00 noon
This is a mostly coniferous forest with an area of broadleaved woodland at Cairn Wood. The public are welcome to visit t...
In 1994 the Somme Association established the Somme Heritage Centre now Somme Museum at Conlig, between Newtownards and ...
Helen's Tower is a 19th-century folly and lookout tower near Bangor, County Down, Northern Ireland.
Whitespots is a former lead mining area on the edge of the Clandeboye Estate near Conlig.
Steady climb on woodland paths to viewpoint before descent through woodland to finish.
Newtownards is a town, townland and civil parish in County Down, Northern Ireland.
Clandeboye Forest is a mixed coniferous and broadleaved woodland beside Helen's Tower.
The Ark Open Farm is a fantastic family day out; the farm itself is set in 40 acres of beautiful countryside between New...
Linear walking route across the northern strand of Strangford Lough.
See swans, mallards, little grebe, moorhens and coots
Accessible at low-tide, this walk around Rough Island provides magnificent views of Strangford Lough and is an excellent...
Comber (from Irish: An Comar, meaning "the confluence") is a small town in County Down, Northern Ireland.
A miniature railway operating steam, petrol hydraulic, diesel hydraulic and electric locomotives.
A stroll through this small and long-established woodland offers a pleasant escape from the hustle and bustle of Bangor.
Londonderry Park was redeveloped in 2015 to provide modern pitches and facilities for sports and an outdoor area to be e...
Scrabo Country Park is centred at the top of Scrabo Hill near Newtownards.
Mount Stewart is one of the most inspiring and unusual gardens in the National Trust's ownership.