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Newtownards Historical Guided Walking Tour, 29 July - Experience AND 2023

Tour departs Town Hall/Ards Arts Centre, Conway Square, Off High Street, Newtownards, County Down, BT23 4NP
Ards Arts Centre and Blair Mayne statue in Conway Square Newtownards, with sold out note


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


Explore the rich and varied history of Newtownards. The walking tour, led by expert guide Paul Whitla, will take you on a journey through
time, visiting the Medieval plantation and learning about Georgian periods, discovering  many interesting and exciting stories,including those of John de Courcy and Oliver Cromwell. Immerse yourself in the history of Newtownards - one of the oldest settlements in Northern Ireland! 

Things to note
Tour departs on foot from the Town Hall, Conway Square.
U18's welcome, ticket appicable. No concessions.
U18's must be accommpanied by at least one paying adult.
Easy pace 1 hour walking tour without inclines.
Walking shoes required.

Easy pace 1 hour walking tour without inclines
Wheelchair accessible.

Terms and conditions
Terms and Conditions apply.

Getting there
If travelling by car, follow signage to Newtownards town centre.
The Town Hall/Ards Arts Centre in Conway Square is located off High Street and the parallel street of Francis Street.
Car parking is available in the town centre | Full list
Newtownards Bus Station is located just a short walk away from Conway Square, on Regent Street. For public transport information see Translink.



Online booking fee applies.

All details subject to change

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Ticket£6.00 per ticket

No concessions.
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