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Strangford Lough Viking Festival - Sea Swim Like Vikings

Tracey's Farmhouse Kitchen, 52A Ballymoran Road, Killinchy, County Down, BT23 6UD
Event poster visual featuring three Viking characters and event details. Images supplied by Lakes Vikings, photo credit to Ciara McMullen Photography.


Meet at Tracey’s Farmhouse Kitchen and take the two-minute dander to the shore where you’ll go for a refreshing swim in picturesque Ballymorran Bay, Strangford Lough. When you’re ready to come out and warm up – Tracey will welcome you to her kitchen with bottomless tea and coffee, freshly griddled warm Soda breads, homemade jams and of course – fresh cream Cake!

Note, you MUST be able to swim and be confident in cold open water.

Must be able to swim and be confident in cold open water.

When purchasing tickets, please inform Tracey of any dietary requirements or allergies.


All providers will adhere to Covid-19 safety guidelines in accordance with government advice, visit for the latest guidance.


Strangford Lough Ferry information including timetables

Please check that the ferry is running before setting out on your journey - subject to weather conditions.


All events subject to change.

Images supplied by Lakes Vikings, photo credit to Ciara McMullen Photography.

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Ticket£30.00 per ticket

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