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Interesting place to visit

This is an interesting museum to visit. Small but compact. There is also a lovely cafeteria to... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Irene C
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Bangor, United Kingdom
Hidden gem

Hidden in behind the Town Hall is a little gem of a museum, staff are very intentive and polite... read more

Reviewed 13 June 2018
IvorLarne
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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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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is an interesting museum to visit. Small but compact. There is also a lovely cafeteria to visit in the grounds.

Thank Irene C
Reviewed 13 June 2018

Hidden in behind the Town Hall is a little gem of a museum, staff are very intentive and polite well worth the visit.

Thank IvorLarne
Reviewed 30 May 2018 via mobile

Found this by chance browsing places to visit. Had the perfect afternoon in glorious sunshine. Visited the very interesting and varied exhibits in the museum. Paused for refreshments in museum courtyard prizewinning cafe. Lots of choice. Then off for a pleasant time wandering the walled...More

Thank Anne B
Reviewed 14 April 2018

An unexpected find while walking in the park in Bangor. Small, well presented museum with many interactive activities. I particularly liked the carved slate sundial and the mini cinema. A little gem!

Thank Bryan L
Reviewed 2 April 2018

This was a surprising find in Bangor but worth going to see with a variety of different things. There even is a mock up of an old cinema that shows Bangor in years gone by. The children liked dressing up as monks and staff were...More

Thank markusTyrone
Reviewed 29 March 2018 via mobile

Really interesting place to walk through. Quite small but good to visit. Interesting artefacts and exhibitions.

Thank greenprincess222
Reviewed 12 March 2018

Local history museum with accessible exhibits that cover many interests from monasteries to railways and fashion and culture of the times. Exhibitions are fresh and engaging. Also a coffee shop and access to walk to the Walled Garden and enjoy the parkland.

Thank joaniedot
Reviewed 3 March 2018

Along with being near ST.Patricks Grave,it tells all about the prisoners that were held there,and why,and where in the prison they were hanged.Loads of old Irish things to see and touch/wear !! It also tells the history of the De Courcys ,who seemed to have...More

Thank lowrod
Reviewed 23 January 2018

We had friends visiting from the South of Ireland and decided to take a walk through Castle Park and visit the Museum. On our way I pointed out St Malachy's wall and replica of the Bangor Bell at Bangor Abbey. We arrived at the Museum...More

Thank bak12016
Reviewed 10 January 2018 via mobile

Went along to the 'Auschwitz recaptured' photograph exhibition last night Such an emotional experience. The photographer (David Campbell) not only captured the desolation and despair of the camp, but took the photographs in such a way that one could feel what it must have been...More

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