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Set on the banks of the stunning Strangford Lough in Northern Ireland where almost the entire population of Pale-bellied Brent Geese reside during the winter months.


Castle Espie WWT
WWT Castle Espie Ballydrain Road, Comber, County Down BT23 6EA

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Telephone: T: 02891 874146F: 0289 1873857


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WWT Castle Espie is located on Strangford Lough, 3 miles south of Comber and 13 miles southeast of Belfast. Signposted from the A22 Comber-Killyleagh-Downpatrick road.


Adult £4.70 Concession (Students, Senior Citizens) £3.80, Child £2.85 Family Ticket £12.25


Coffee shop, gift and book shop, exhibition area, hides, woodland walk, guided walks for groups (by prior arrangement), events and activities, free parking, picnic area.

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