Scrabo Tower and Country Park (Newtonards) Reviews
Description:Adress: 203A Scrabo Road / Newtownards / County Down / BT23 4SJ / Northern Ireland / Scrabo Tower is one of Northern ... more
Scrabo Tower and Country Park (Newtonards) ... Irelandís best known landmarks and we use the top floor of the tower to host a short audio visual show about the history of the local area and its wildlife.
Newest Review: ... we visited), spaces were hard to come by, and unfortunately once full, there was no were else to park, since the road up to the hill is predominately single lane. Toilets are available at the top of the car park. After a little wait to find a car park space, we eventually got going, beginning our day by climbing to the tower itself. The tower is not a long walk from the car park, but it ... more
Customer Scrabo Tower and Country Park (Newtonards) Reviews (1)
by - written on 20/04/09 (Very useful, 579 readings)
Anyone who has witnessed tourism adverts for Northern Ireland, may very well recognise this famous landmark, that sits 540 feet above sea level, but may not know its name. In fact, even though I live about an hour away from this historic site, I was not aware of its actual name until a few years ago. It is called Scrabo Tower, and it sits on top of Scrabo hill, surrounded by pretty woodland and old quarries. A few weeks ago, hubby and I decided to visit this site for ourselves. Scrabo Tower is located in Newtonards, County Down (about 12 miles from Belfast). Upon reaching the town, the tower and adjoining country park, is quite well sign ... Read the complete review
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