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Places to Visit

From literary experiences to discovering the history of Ireland’s linen heritage, recreating scenes from HBOs Game of Thrones®, exploring stately homes and gardens and walking around the birthplace of Titanic, there is plenty to immerse yourself in within easy distance of Dundonald Touring Caravan Park.

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    OmniPlex

    Less than 1 Mile

    Looking for something to do in the evening or can't wait until you get home to see the latest blockbuster, Dundonald's Omniplex is the place to be.Local attractions may be affected by Government and Public Health advice relating to COVID-19.

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    Pirates Adventure Golf

    Less than 1 Mile

    Located right beside Dundonald International Ice Bowl, the whole family can enjoy a Florida style adventure golf at Pirates Adventure Golf. Local attractions may be affected by Government and Public Health advice relating to COVID-19.

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    Streamvale Open Farm

    Less than 1 Mile

    Streamvale Open Farm was first opened to the public in December 1987 by the Morrow family who have farmed there for nine generations.  Local attractions may be affected by Government and Public Health advice relating to COVID-19.

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    Titanic Quarter

    5 Miles

    Belfast’s Titanic Quarter is an urban waterfront space located in the heart of the city’s shipping build district. Local attractions may be affected by Government and Public Health advice relating to COVID-19.

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    Ulster Museum

    6.5 Miles

    Part of National Museums Northern Ireland, the Ulster Museum is a treasure house of the past and present. Local attractions and shops/restaurants may be affected by Government and Public Health advice relating to COVID-19.

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    Mount Stewart

    11 Miles

    Mount Stewart is one of the most inspiring and unusual gardens in the National Trust's ownership, and is recognised as one of the most beautiful gardens in the world. Local attractions may be affected by COVID-19 health advice.

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    Irish Linen Centre & Lisburn Museum

    12 Miles

    The Museum aims to collect, safeguard and interpret artefacts and information relating to the Irish linen industry and history of the surrounding area, Lisburn and the Lagan Valley. Local attractions may be affected by COVID-19 health advice.

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    Lagan Valley LeisurePlex

    12.5 Miles

    Enjoy first class sporting and leisure facilities for every age at Lagan Valley LeisurePlex. Local attractions and shops/restaurants may be affected by Government and Public Health advice relating to COVID-19, please check directly with operators.

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    Hillsborough Castle and Gardens

    16 Miles

    Recognised as one of the most beautiful and interesting historical properties in Northern Ireland. Local attractions may be affected by Government and Public Health advice relating to COVID-19.

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    Castle Ward

    27 Miles

    Castle Ward is a house of contrasts. One side Gothic, one side classical Palladian - all because of a marital disagreement. Local attractions and shops/restaurants may be affected by Government and Public Health advice relating to COVID-19.