Belfast & Northern Ireland

Summer Tours reveal the hidden treasures of Ards and North Down

14 May 2019
Discover a landscape packed with history, nature and stunning scenery offering city-sore eyes atmospheric Abbeys, picture perfect villages and tranquil lapping loughs.

Experienced and knowledgeable guides are poised to take you on a journey tapping into a wealth of heritage, culture, breathtaking scenery and fascinating wildlife with a Guided Tour in Ards and North Down.

Whether you want to explore by boat, on foot or by coach there is a tour to suit. Gain an insight into the gentry past and present with a unique visit to Ballywalter Park where you can enjoy Tea with the Lord. Or delve into the rich history of the local area and its powerful landed families on the Marriages and Mansions tour.

Enjoy magnificent scenery and intriguing wildlife while exploring the landscapes used in HBO's Game of Thrones on the Strangford Lough Boat Tour. Or stay seabound to discover significant landmarks on the coastline and learn the rich maritime history on an Evening Cruise of Belfast Lough.

And for a truly unique tour, indulge your senses with the Gardens and Gin tour exploring the botanicals within the beautiful gardens of Mount Stewart Estate followed by a visit to Echlinville Distillery to experience the fine art of gin making and drinking! 

Little people can join in, too, with a children’s tour designed to educate, entertain and inspire. Take your child on an interactive nature trail, joining the hunt for minibeasts and sea creatures or discovering the local wildlife and birds who choose to make this area their home. 

Take time out and enjoy time together by booking your tour now at visitardsandnorthdown.com. And you can download a full listing of tours at visitardsandnorthdown.com/tours.
 

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