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Inch Abbey
#1 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Downpatrick
The grounds are well maintained, with informative panels dotted around the site giving the history of the abbey and monks, and the history of the site.
A very beautiful pastoral location with the Down[patrick Cathedral burial site of St Patrick in the distant horizon.
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Castle Ward
#2 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Downpatrick
The walks and views are breathtaking a real hidden gem You can also visit the big Victorian house but the setting is spectacular it's an outside attraction close to the beautiful village of strangeford where you c...
Love Castleward whatever the season with it’s beautiful walks and stunning views , called in on route to Newcastle for a wee family break and had a fab few hours walking and enjoying the sights the sunken garden w...
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Down Cathedral
#3 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Downpatrick
There are numerous other St Patrick sites in the Downpatrick area including the first Christian church established by Hi at Saul a few miles outside the town.
We were actually too late to see the inside of the cathedral because it was closed, but were pleased to see St. Patrick's burial site right inside the cemetery.
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Ballynoe Stone Circle
#4 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Downpatrick
A nice view of the Mournes and surrounding countryside when you get there and it did stimulate our imaginations making us wonder what our ancestors were playing at building this thing.
The stones are set in a circle with beautiful views all around and the hawthorn tree/bush amongst them, that people have left gifts on and around.
Slieve Patrick Statue
#5 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Downpatrick
Took the dog out for a run on day ended up in Saul so I walked buster up to the saint Patrick's statue what a lovely view you could see for miles at night the statue is light up in green you can see it light up fo...
I’ve climbed the hill many times and always been rewarded by the spectacular views which showcase the County Down countryside.
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Saul Church
#6 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Downpatrick
When in Downpatrick, try to visit Saul church, the site of St Patrick's first church in Ireland (probably!).
On a hot summer day you get a wonderful view of Strangford Lough and the Lecale peninsula.
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Struell Wells
#7 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Downpatrick
Situated just about 1-2 miles outside Downpatrick the site is an interesting place to visit, there are a few stone buildings and a few wells, there are descriptive signs next to a few of the building and one b4 yo...
Despite the rather damp day and mud underfoot it was a pleasure to visit this very interesting site.
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St Patrick's Church
#8 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Downpatrick
Loughinisland Churches
#9 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Downpatrick
Dundrum Castle Newcastle 7.0 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Newcastle
We came here on a wet windy day and we had a great time exploring the castle and climbing up to the top of the tower to see the most amazing views,on a better day it would make an excellent picnic spot,toilets and...
This is a great place to visit as unlike here in England it was free to visit and when you get to the top you can climb right to the top where you can see the fantastic views of the Mournes.
Downpatrick Head
#10 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Downpatrick