This it worth the visit even in poor weather. Enjoy a great walk with amazing views and a geology lesson.
About Giant's Causeway
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From Bushmills pass by the formal entrance and save yourself £21 a couple - park on the side of the road where you see the locals parked up walk across a couple of fields well posted and down to the "rocks"- An amazing visit with...More
I tend to return to NI every year or so to visit family and therefore showing my family the sights of our province, a visit to The Gaint's Causeway is obligatory. It is a place like no other. Stunningly beautiful and unique. It was my...More
The Giants Causeway is breathtaking, the views are amazing!! The tour using the portable audio guide was perfect (funny narrative at times lol). The staff , from the second we arrived, were fantastic, so friendly and helpful.... a real credit to the Causeway , we...More
We were not disappointed by our visit to the Giants Causeway. The visitor centre is great with very helpful staff. There is a bus down to the Causeway but we walked and used the audio tour which was informative and the children enjoyed it.
nature wonder - heaven for geologist and nature/ocean lover. Photographer heaven too to try out their ND filter/apps etc. If you have the energy to walk, then walk slowly to the basalt columns while listening to the history and the sounds of the waves.
I have been planning to visit Giant's Casuey for a long time and and I was really excited about my trip to Northern Ireland. The day when I went there was a bit gloomy but I still found it magical, somewhere you can easily spend...More
Avoid the weekends - usually full of tourists and buses full of kids. Great views from everywhere. Don't let the California hippy/environmentalists go here - they will protest to keep people from walking on the rocks. Enjoy it while it is open to explore.
Visited with a friend during. We had the audiotape tour, it was rather windy so was difficult to hear as neither of us had headphones, so be prepared. The visitors centre is exciting alone, it has great facilities, great information and is also interactive which...More
My best friend and I did a road trip around Northern Ireland and everyone we stayed with said to park elsewhere and walk in for free, but if you want the whole experience go to the visitors centre it's well worth it for any gifts...More