Trace the steps of canons, priests and pilgrims on a walking tour of Bangor’s Christian Heritage sites.

Trace the steps of canons, priests and pilgrims on a walking tour which encompasses visits to Bangor Abbey, First Bangor Presbyterian Church and North Down Museum.  Within the tour you will learn about the rich Christian Heritage of the area and even have the chance to visit a life-size reconstruction of a monk’s cell.
Tour departs on foot from Bangor Abbey, Newtownards Road, Bangor.
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  • Standard £4.00
Tue, 27 Aug 2019
2:30pm to 4:00pm
location_on Bangor Abbey

Bangor Abbey

A building dates which from the mid 1800s, with a tower from the 15th Century

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