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Inch Abbey: Tours & Tickets

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Inch Abbey is only about 20 minutes from another Games of Thrones filming site making it an easy stop in the same Downpatrick area. Inch Abbey was quite a beautiful ruin for pictures rain for shine!
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We visited Inch Abbey as part of our Game of Thrones tour. I love visiting sites where there are old ruins such as this. They are so beautiful!
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This is a fascinating place to drop in on but make sure you swot up a little bit on Irish history before you do so.....to do so makes things a lot clearer otherwise you could be viewing some interesting old ruins without knowing what they mean or meant to people in past.....and
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Inch Abbey is a 12th & 13th century Abbey, set on the banks of the river Quoile. It is a stunningly beautiful setting, made more famous as the scene where Robb Stark celebrated victory, with his army, after the 'Battle of the Whispering Wood'. It is a lovely place to visit, to
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The abbey is free to visit and sign posted from the outskirts of Downpatrick. The best way to get there though is on the steam train from Downpatrick. It’s a relatively small abbey but very pretty and a good place for a picnic or just to explore . There is an information board
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