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Half Term Harvest

Castle Ward, Strangford, County Down, BT30 7BA
Half Term Harvest


From October 19 to November 1, enjoy Castle Ward’s woodland playground with the kids, reopening for two weeks only this Half-term.

Or enjoy the beautiful autumn scenery with the family on The Forager’s Trail. Starting in the Stableyard and following the signs, you can become an animal for the day and enjoy the hunt for acorns, berries and all of autumn’s bounty. Also, take a lovely family photo by the pumpkin patch to remember a great day out. Learn more about what’s on at Castle Ward and book online in advance.

All events are included with admission to Castle Ward

Adult £10.00
Child £5.00
Family £25.00
1 adult, 2 children £15.00

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Opening Times

19/10/2020 (19 Oct 2020 - 1 Nov 2020)

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