Free things in Bangor!

20130719-154906.jpgEnjoy a free swim or round of golf in Bangor this summer!

Take a day trip to Bangor by bus or rail during summer 2013 and enjoy a free swim or round of mini-golf! Bangor Aurora Aquatic and Leisure Complex, Pickie Fun Park, Translink and North Down Borough Council have come together to give you a great value day out for the whole family.

Enjoy a FREE child swim at Bangor Aurora Aquatic and Leisure Complex * or a FREE round of mini golf for a child at Pickie Fun Park*, simply present your Translink ticket on the day of purchase to claim one of these great deals.

Bangor Aurora Aquatic and Leisure Complex is Bangor’s newest attraction, featuring a 50 metre swimming pool, leisure waters and extensive gym facilities in the heart of Bangor. The ever popular Pickie Fun Park which received a complete makeover in 2012 features giant pedal swans, an 18 hole mini-golf course, Pickie Puffer Steam train, electric cars, a play park and splash pad. So why not make the most of the summer holidays and take a day trip to Bangor!

Whilst in Bangor explore nearby FREE attractions such Bangor Castle Walled Garden, North Down Museum and Project 24 or take a rest and enjoy lunch in one of the town’s eateries. All of which are just a short walk from Bangor Aurora Aquatic and Leisure Complex , Bangor Bus and Rail Station and Pickie Fun Park.

To make this offer even better value for money Translink are offering a 1/3 off day return tickets to Bangor by train (After 9.30am). Or you can bring the whole family with the Translink Family and Friends Ticket which entitles you to unlimited day travel by bus or rail throughout Northern Ireland. The Translink Family and Friends Ticket costs £20 and is valid for 2 adults and up to 4 children. See www.translink.co.uk for more information.

For more on this offer information visit www.northdowntourism.com

Attraction offers end 30 September 2013

*Free child swim or free child’s mini golf only valid when purchased with an adult ticket for the activity.

Post Author: Belfast Times

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