Northern Ireland

Tourism and Tourist Attractions in Northern Ireland as excursions from the seaside town of Bangor on Northern Ireland’s ‘Gold Coast’ (North Down).

Feeding Sheep at Streamvale Open Farm Belfast Northern Ireland

Big Kids at Streamvale Farm

Streamvale Farm is a family-run dairy farm located just outside of Belfast (Dundonald) that opens to the public with all sorts of fun and inclusive activities to entertain all ages. But most importantly it is an educational experience for the whole farm-to-fork concept and it promotes the importance of local farming in Northern Ireland. Meaning …

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Stena line to Scotland for Scotland Road Trip in Scottish Highlands in Winter Snow

Belfast to Glasgow by Boat

There are two travel options for the Belfast to Glasgow Ferry. First, by Coach, which boards the Stena Line crossing from Belfast to Cairnryan, before continuing on to Glasgow as a final destination. The other option is by “Sail and Rail” which follows the same crossing from Belfast to Cairnryan, only the connecting bus will …

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Fanfan Wilson at SS Nomadic in Titanic Quarter Belfast

Belfast Titanic Quarter

The Titanic Quarter is a relatively new tourist area in Belfast City Centre, or at least it was a bit of a mess before the rejuvenation of the Belfast harbour area spurred by the opening of the Titanic Belfast Museum (2012). This was soon followed by the development of further museums and tourist attractions like …

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