Crawfordsburn Country Park is part of the Columban Way, a heritage trail between Comber and Bangor covering 20 miles (32 km). A trail to experience the area’s rich and diverse history, Bronze Age relics, monastic settlements, Viking attacks, industrial heritage and military influences in both the First and Second World Wars, are just some points of interest you will discover along the way.
Explore our local history as you browse the museum’s galleries. Learn about the Vikings in Bangor, the Early Christian Heritage of the area and lots more! The museum also has two new exhibitions on display; ‘NI100, Our Borough, Our People’ which looks at local achievers from the past 100 years and ‘NI Centenary, Local Leadership, National Impact’ which examines the history of how Northern Ireland was established and puts it into the local context of the time.
Golf Digests number one ranked course in the world where the Mountains of Mourne sweep down to the sea,
The Marina is situated on the south shore of Belfast Lough, close to the Irish Sea cruising routes and has become well known since it opened for providing a safe berth in the centre of Bangor, a highly attractive town with many places to visit.
Multiple winner of the Blue Flag Award and a world-class 5 Gold Anchor Marina. Facilities for 550 berths with safe berthing for 50 visiting craft.