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North Down Museum, Bangor

(4.3/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Set in a leafy parkland, the museum is well presented and thought out with exhibits evoking the ancient times of the monks of the monastery of Bangor, Light of the World. It does some justice to the p...  more »
  • This is a well thought out and handy museum if you live in or are visiting North Down. There are lots of interesting features taking you back to the early history of Bangor through to the in house min...  more »
  • Had a lovely lunch, was told it was quite pricey, but I didn't think so. Food was nice, my open prawn sandwich would have been taster if it had of been freshly made. It had been sitting and the bread ...  more »
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  • Lived in Bangor for years and only found out about this place recently! The small museum has lots of interesting information about the town's history. There's also a good coffee shop that's well worth a visit in itself.
  • You'd be surprised how much history Bangor and the surrounding area really has and this is a great way to learn of some of it! The surrounding Castle Park is beautiful too and is worth a walk through. The museum also has a coffee shop on the ground floor to relax in afterwards.
  • Pretty small museum but it's in pretty nice settings.
  • Great museum, friendly staff, lovely surroundings.
  • Great cafe and a snapshot of Bangor history