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Photos of Crawfordsburn Country Park, Bangor
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CRAWFORDSBURN COUNTRY PARK
With two excellent beaches, spectacular scenery and views across Belfast Lough, tranquil walks through peaceful meadows and wooded glens and a stunning waterfall, Crawfordsburn Country Park provides a relaxing natural retreat.

Hedgehogs, squirrels and badgers are just some of the animals which make their home in the woodland glen and when walking along the coastal paths look out for seals frolicking in the waves.

The park also boasts a large visitor centre and café, an Adidas approved running trail and mobility scooters which are available for hire.
 
Photos of Pickie Family Fun Park, Bangor
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PICKIE FUN PARK
Pickie Fun Park is ideal for families looking things to do in Bangor or just a relaxing cafe in Bangor.


Children can play in the adventure playground, enjoy the watery fun of the splash pads, enjoy a ride on the electric car track or climb aboard the Pickie Puffer for a narrow-gauge railway journey around the colourful landscape.

All the family can pedal a giant Swan around the shallow waters of the lovely Lagoon, compete with each other in the new mini golf course or take a break in the cafe.
 
aurora complex
BANGOR AURORA AQUATIC & LEISURE COMPLEX

Bangor Aurora Aquatic and Leisure Complex is the official name of the new £38m leisure facility at the site of the Valentines Playing Fields. 

The development of the centre included a £15m investment from the Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure (DCAL), administered by Sport Northern Ireland. The centre includes Northern Ireland's first FINA standard  50 metre swimming pool.

 
Photos of Bangor Castle Walled Garden, Bangor
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BANGOR CASTLE WALLED GARDEN
North Down Borough Council restored the Garden and opened it as Bangor Castle Walled Garden in April 2009. 

The southern section of the Garden remains true to its Victorian roots.  It is divided into four quadrants - the kitchen garden, the herb and topiary garden, the damp garden and the flower garden.  These four areas are separated by avenues of spectacular pleached lime trees and rose covered arches.  

The northern section of the Garden offers visitor facilities including a small cafe, toilets and grassed area for picnics.

 
Photos of Bangor Marina, Bangor
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BANGOR MARINA
Bangor Marina is Northern Ireland's biggest and most prestigious marina. It is the setting for a variety of major sailing and tourist events each year.
The marina has become well known since it opened for providing a safe berth in the centre of Bangor, a highly attractive town with many places to visit.
 
Photos of Eddie Irvine Sports, Bangor
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EDDIE IRVINE SPORTS
Owned by Formula One ace Eddie Irvine, and situated in Bangor, County Down, Eddie Irvine Sports is one of Northern Ireland's premier indoor sporting facilities. Open all year round, EIS has one of Northern Ireland's largest indoor purpose built karting tracks and is home to indoor 3G fieldturf pitches. EIS also offers a wide range of professional soccer coaching sessions suitable for all ages.
 
Photos of Titanic Belfast, Belfast
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TITANIC BELFAST
The newly opened Titanic Belfast® is an unmissable visit in any tour of Northern Ireland. It is located in the heart of Belfast, on the slipways where RMS Titanic was built.
Inside this iconic building, visitors will re-live the entire Titanic story from her birth in Belfast to the fateful maiden voyage and her eventual discovery on the seabed
 
Photos of W5, Belfast
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W5 BELFAST
W5 is a leading visitor attraction, educational centre and corporate facility. We aim to grow our visitor numbers by engaging visitors with educational and enjoyable exhibits, exhibitions and events delivered with excellent customer service. We support the Programme for Government by attracting tourists to visit Northern Ireland, promoting science, technology, engineering and mathematics and promoting tolerance, inclusion, health and well being. We support the Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure's aims to create a confident, creative, informed and vibrant community.
 
Photos of Titanic Boat Tours, Belfast
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HARBOUR TOURS
Private Guided Tours Compliment your trip to Belfast and  enjoy your own exclusive talk on board the 'Mona' or 'Joyce Too'  and see the Titanic locations  and Harbour from the water.  Tours are geared to suit your itinerary, coach parking available (free)  and during the week refreshments are available from Fed and Watered Cafe, at Donegall Quay.
 
Photos of Odyssey Complex, Belfast
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THE ODYSSEY
The Odyssey Complex is the country’s premier entertainment venue, hosting concerts by international artists, exhibitions, a wide range of sporting events and is home to the Belfast Giants ice hockey team.  The Odyssey comprises four components: Arena, Pavilion, W5 and a 1500 space Car Park.

The Odyssey Arena can accommodate up to 10,000 plus people at various concerts, sporting events, exhibitions and is home to the Belfast Giants.

Restaurants include: 
Indian Ocean
Red Panda
Pizza Hut
Rockie Sports Bar
Soda Joes