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Comber Historical Walking Tour - Experience AND 2024

Tour departs from the gates of St Mary's Parish Church, The Square, Comber, County Down, BT23 5DU
Photo of the Rollo Gillespie Monument standing tall in the centre of Comber Square


Part of Experience Ards and North Down 2024 and Taste Summer's Comber Earlies Food Festival. Click here to see the full programme. 


Comber may be small in size but is big in terms of history! From tales of Titanic connections, to St Patrick and the Knights of John de Courcy, learn all about the town in this fascinating guided tour. Why not make a day of it and stay for lunch at our Comber Earlies Food Festival event part of Taste Summer. Or make more of a weekend of it and explore the area.

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Things to note
Children can attend with a paying adult however there is no concession price.

Please dress for warmth and comfort as dictated by the weather.

The annual Taste Summer - Comber Earlies Food Festival event will take place on Saturday 22 June so the town will be busier. Please consider this when planning your trip.

Tickets close 24 hrs before activity

Getting there

By Car: From Belfast follow the A20 along the Upper Newtownards Road. Turn Right onto the Comber Road and continue along the A22. Turn right, into the town.

Car parking - please refer to the Comber Earlies Food Festival page for information on adjusted car parking provision for the day, as well as shuttle bus provision.

By Bus: See Translink NI website for bus departure and arrival times.

The town will be busy due to the Comber Earlies Food Festival event on Saturday, so we would ask you to take this into consideration  and allow yourself extra, especially if travelling by car or bus.

Tour covers uneven ground and steep inclines.
Please wear appropriate clothing and footwear.
This experience may not be suitable for wheelchair users / those with mobility issues - Please contact the Visitor Information Centre team for more information.                                                               

Where practicable ANDBC will aim to accommodate carers and be as inclusive as possible. Due to the variety and nature of the programme this requires assessment on a case-by-case basis. If you require further information in relation to this, please call Bangor Visitor Information Centre on 028 9127 0069, and they will be able to address your enquiry.


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11am-12.30pm (22 June 2024)

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