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With items dating back to the Stone Age and on into the Bronze Age, our archaeology collection includes hundreds of flint and stone tools, as well as various weapons.
The archive collection includes a range of images, letters and written records, as well as pamphlets, brochures and various other memorabilia.
Our artwork collection comprises everything from sculptures and still-life paintings to landscapes, portraits and gallery copies, all of which have been accumulated via gifts and bequests from local artists, collectors and families over the years.
Famed for its learning and austere rule, the ancient Abbey of Bangor was founded in 558AD by Comgall and considered one of the most important monasteries in early Europe.
An acclaimed Irish entertainer, poet, songwriter and watercolourist, Percy French created much more than what he’s perhaps best known for – The Mountains of Mourne song.
With items dating from the 17th and 18th centuries, this collection includes a range of artefacts from the Plantation Period through to the 1798 Rebellion.
Heirlooms from the Orient comprise this intriguing collection, which belonged to Sir John Newell Jordan, one of Britain’s most eminent diplomats.
Within our wartime collection, visitors can view several key artefacts, such as the Royal British Legion’s First World War Remembrance Book, which contains images and information about the men with Bangor connections who died.
While Bangor Castle is well-known as a stately home within the town, it was actually one of three built in Bangor and the last of the trio to be erected.