A very beautiful place to visit and take a walk - rolling hills, beautiful trees. A place of reflection. Great place for taking pictures.
We were spending the day in Bangor and on the advice of the lady in the travel agent we headed to the castle park. Being there for only a short time it was hard to explore it fully but we did have a pleasant walk through the gardens into the walled garden where several families were having picnics by the... More
I walk through Castle park every day to get to the train. Its beautiful and very varied. The walled garden is at the back and definitely worth a visit. i just wish they would sell some plants, i.e. vegetables, flower plants to the public. The Museum is very inetersting although small and has lovely links to China. Grand wee cafe... More
I often take my dog for a walk in the park, it is a wonderfully peaceful and safe place. The selection of trees is spectacular for somewhere so close to the town centre, and has two coffee shops now right on hand at the museum and walled garden both of which are lovely attractions in their own right.
I dont go here much and when I do I wonder why. Its just outside of town (and not far from my front door) and its lovely, nice and peaceful and always magpies and squirells about the place. If oyu just take once of the short paths I'm amazed at how differnt types of scrub/trees there are. Its surprising how... More
Beautiful park with excellent walks, nature trail and a great variety of flora and fauna. Bangor Castle Town Hall is situated in the Park also Heritage Centre which boasts a little museum and excellent restaurant and gift shop.
A lovely place for a walk without having to drive into the countryside. The Walled Garden is well worth a visit and there is the Heritage Centre and cafe to head to for refreshment.
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