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Paws for Gin in Donaghadee - Experience AND 2024

Tour departs from Donaghadee Harbour, 82 Moat Street, Donaghadee, County Down, BT21 0HF
a photo of a woman and a dog in front of donaghadee lighthouse


Part of Experience Ards and North Down 2024. Click here to see the full programme. 


Discover the history of Donaghadee on this dog friendly walking tour.  After the tour enjoy a Copeland Gin cocktail, or a soft drink, in the Pier 36 Beer Garden.  Your four-legged friend will receive a pawsome goody bag.

Afterwards, why not pop into Copeland Distillery with your pooch for some of their fine makes to take home. It's just round the back of Pier 36!

Things to note

No concessions.

Those under 18 yrs must be accompanied by an adult and also purchase a full price ticket.

Soft drink will be provided for under 18's.

Strictly one dog per purchased ticket.

As this experience is based mostly outdoors, please dress for warmth and comfortably as dictated by the weather.

The tour is approximately an hours walk around the town centre, with regular stops which would require a low level of fitness.

All dogs must remain on lead for the duration of the tour.

Tour allows for one dog per ticket. Ratio - 1 human:1 dog.

Please bring water for your dog, and poop bags.

You will be offered a choice of either a Copeland Gin Cocktail or a soft drink.

Tickets close 24 hrs before.

Getting there

By Car: From Belfast follow A2 to Donaghadee Rd/High Bangor Rd/B21 in Bangor.  At Donaghadee Rd Roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Donaghadee Rd/High Bangor Rd/B21.  Follow the signs towards Donaghadee.  Follow A48 to The Parade.

Car parking | Ards and North Down Borough Council

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


Tour covers uneven ground and some inclines, please wear suitable shoes.
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 providers within the Experience Programme will aim to accommodate carers and be as inclusive as possible. With such a diverse range of activities, operated by a number of providers, it is necessary for this to be assessed on a case-by-case basis.
Please contact Bangor Visitor Information Centre on 028 9127 0069, and they will be able to address your enquiry.  


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Online booking fees apply. Avoid the booking fee and buy direct through our Visitor Information Centres.

All details subject to change.


For more information on safe alcohol consumption, visit the Drink Aware website.


Provider Preferences

  • Dogs Welcome Inside

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Ticket£17.00 per ticket

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11.30am-12.30pm (4 Aug 2024)

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