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Gothic Abbey and Physic Garden Tour, 5 Aug - Experience AND 2023

Grey Abbey ruins, Main Street, Greyabbey, County Down, BT22 2NQ
Birds eye view of Grey Abbey in Greyabbey with Strangford Lough in the background.


Part of Experience Ards and North Down 2023. Click here to see the full programme. 


Step back to 1913 as you enter one of Irelands most impressive examples of early Cistertian architecture, Grey Abbey. Explore the physic garden of herbs and plants grown by the Cistercians to produce medicines. 

New for 2023 10% of lunchtime food bill in participating Greyabbey restaurants for ticketholders on the day. Wildfowler and Lekker are participating in this offer.


Things to note
Children are welcome, ticket applicable.
Under 18yrs must be accompanied by at least one paying adult. No concessions.
Please wear suitable walking shoes.

Not accessible due to layout of physic garden, narrow gravel paths and uneven grass around the Abbey.

​​​​Terms and conditions
Terms and Conditions apply.

Getting there
By car: from Belfast follow the A20 to Greyabbey village. At the roundabout turn left and at the end of the street turn right.  The Abbey and car park are a short distance on your right.
By public transport: From Belfast/Newtownards Ulsterbus Service no 10. See Translink for timetable.

Online booking fee applies.

All details subject to change.

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Ticket£6.00 per ticket

No concessions.
Booking fee applies.

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