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At the seafront in the City of Bangor in Ards and North Down, a short stroll from the promenade, past Bregenz House (Headquarters to HM Coastguard), takes you to the Eisenhower Pier. On the pier, mosaics depict the boroughs role in WWII, including General Dwight D. Eisenhower’s historic send off to the hundreds of Allied ships gathered in Bangor Bay before the D Day landings. It was renamed in 2005 by General Eisenhower’s granddaughter.
Under the pier is a colony of black guillemots, nicknamed the Bangor Penguins.
The pier is a popular fishing spot ,and provides great views over Bangor Marina and out over Belfast Lough.
Eisenhower Pier is accessible – for full details of their accessibility features, see Eisenhower Pier | AccessAble
Parking & Transport
- On site parking
No admission charge