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This is a view that once seen will never go out of your mind. Following the road up to Scrabo golf club reaching the top of the hill there is a car park on the left hand side of the road. Park, then cross the...More
Took my nephew who loves knights amd castles to Scrabo Tower. To only have him walk the hill up to find it was closed. No signage at the bottom of the hill or online about closure and rude staff at the tower who just said...More
Have visited this tower since I was a child and never fails to delight me.
Great views over Strangford lough, Islandhill and Ards.
Great place for pictures and the tower is open a few days a week.
Path from Strabo country park to tower is...More
Visited the Tower recently with our grandson. Steep path from the car park but worth the effort for the view over Strangford Lough and Scarborough Golf Club.. Only opens Thur to Sun to go inside the Tower.
My 2 children and I had a great time and experience and would recommend to everyone,we also enjoyed our chat with the Guide Gemma who was able to answer our questions and give us plenty more info too.An interesting Tower with history and amazing views
Response from Allison M | Reviewed this property |
Yes there is a path The Ulster Way takes you right by the quary park you car in the shopping centre KFC entrance head out the entrance you cane in turn left to the small roundabout take a right on the left 200 yards is a... More
Yes there is a path The Ulster Way takes you right by the quary park you car in the shopping centre KFC entrance head out the entrance you cane in turn left to the small roundabout take a right on the left 200 yards is a garage walk past it past the scrabo road and you will see the path for The Ulster Way make sure you have your walking shoes on Enjoy