Grey Point Fort (Northern Ireland) Reviews
Description:Address: Fort Road / Helenís Bay / Crawfordsburn / BT19 1LD
Newest Review: ... are two disabled parking spaces right at the gate, and on a normal day these will always be empty. On the military vehicles day these were full but there was parking almost right next to them. The staff are exceptionally helpful and if you speak to them in advance - I'm sure they would do anything possible to accommodate. Most of the site is wheelchair accessible, there are a few spots ... more
Customer Grey Point Fort (Northern Ireland) Reviews (1)
by - written on 26/07/13 (Very useful, 87 readings)
Grey Point is one of those little gems that even most local people have never heard of. Nearly everyone in Belfast will have visited Helens Bay and Crawfordsburn Country Park at some point, but even though Grey Point is technically a part of Crawfordsburn Country Park, and little more than a stones throw from Helen's Bay, hardly anyone we know is aware of its existence. The only reason I know about it is that my husband discovered it years ago while looking for a good fishing spot. Grey Point is not a huge museum. Unless you have a strong interest in amateur radio, or you would simply like to picnic and hike around an isolated but beautiful section of ... Read the complete review
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