Pickie Family Fun Park in Bangor
Pickie Family Fun Park in Bangor

Pickie Family Fun Park in Bangor

If you are planning a day full of family fun or looking for something to do with the little ones, come and visit Pickie Funpark in Bangor! Book your visit now to discover everything this world of fun has to offer!

Why should I visit Pickie Funpark in Bangor?

Pickie Funpark is one of Northern Ireland's most popular visitor attractions, offering loads of fun and excitement for all of the family!

Explore the adventure playground with the kids, splash around at the splash pads, or climb aboard the Pickie Puffer for a railway journey around the colourful location! All of the family can jump onto a giant Pickie Swan and pedal around the shallow waters of the lagoon and share a round of Pickie Golf! After all of the fun, why not enjoy an ice cream or refreshing drink from the Candy Shack or stay for a delicious lunch in the Pickie Cafe?

The Pickie Funpark is located at the gateway to the Marine Gardens, a beautiful stretch of coast for leisurely walks, and magical views of Bangor Bay and the hills of Antrim beyond! Have lots of family fun and or relax and enjoy the gorgeous views on offer!

When purchasing a ticket for the park, there are a number of packages for visitors to choose from! Each package gives the visitors a certain number of Pickie Tokens, which can be redeemed when planning activities such as mini-golf or pedalos! For more information on all of the different packages available, please get in touch with the park via email or telephone!

  • October to March opening times are 9 am to 4 pm
  • April & May opening times are 9 am to 7 pm
  • June to August pre-booked time slots only
  • September opening times are 10 am to 5 pm
  • Ticket pricing can vary, please contact the park for more information

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