Tuesday, 4 October 2016
Around Antrim - Tuesday's Treasures
Antrim Castle Gardens have been renovated in the last number of years and a well worth a visit.
The grand entrance to the stable block courtyard has now been refurbished into craft shops and art galleries and a coffee shop.
The crest 'Per Augusta Ad Augusta' means "Through difficulties to Honour".
This is the view from the other side
The red brick building is Clotworthy House, now used as galleries . The stone sculpture is that of the Masserene wolfhound, reportedly the dog which saved the life of Lady Marion Clotworthy as she nearly drowned and defended the castle from intruders.
The flowers were still beautiful.
Thanks for joining me.
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Thanks to Tom for hosting.