Church/Cathedral in Down

We have some of the finest Churches & Cathedrals in the world. Below we've included some of the most popular ones. Click on a Church/Cathedral venue below to get more information.

Down - Grey Abbey

Greyabbey, Down, BT22 2NQ

Grey Abbey
 
Ruined Cistercian abbey founded in 1193 by Affreca, wife of John de Courcy. Beautiful parkland setting and medieval style garden. Opening Times Winter 1st October - 31st March Open only on Saturday & Sunday Saturday 10.00 to 16.00 & Sunday 14.00 to 16.00 Site may be opened on request. S

GREY ABBEY

Down - Jordans Castle

Ardglass, Co Down

Jordans Castle
 
This fine preserved tower-house was built for a 15th century merchant in Ardglass, County Down. Ardglass was an important port and town in the Anglo-Norman Earldom of Ulster and an impressive group of tower-houses are features of its townscape. Jordans Castle is the best-preserved example.

JORDANS CASTLE

Down - Inch Abbey

Downpatrick, Down

Inch Abbey
 
These extensive remains are of a Cistercian Abbey founded in 1180, by John de Courcy, who led the 1177 Anglo-Norman invasion of East Ulster. It is set in a beautiful location beside the River Quoile, with distant views towards de Courcy's Cathedral town of Downpatrick. De Courcy's wife, Af

INCH ABBEY

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