Next time you visit Northern Ireland, take a few hours to tour Mount Stewart Gardens House.
Located just a few miles from Newtownards, this 100-acre state has had several prominent owners through the decades; it was the home of the Marquesses of Londonderry until the house was given to the National Trust in the 1970s. The house, constructed between 1820 and 1839, looks quite intimidating with its columns and stone construction, but its exterior has been softened by the addition of rare plants, rippling lakes, and walking paths. Most Mount Stewart Gardens House sightseeing involves taking a quiet stroll through its sprawling gardens, spending time with your loved ones, and marveling at the beauty of nature.
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