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Giant's Causeway

Bushmills Category Historic Sites
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 Flanked by the wild North Atlantic Ocean on one side and a landscape of dramatic cliffs on the other, for centuries the Giant’s Causeway has inspired artists, stirred scientific debate and captured the imagination of all who see it.

Experience the Giant's Causeway for yourself. Visit the world-famous basalt columns with one of our knowledgeable tour guides or pick up an audio guide and go at your own pace. Climb the Shepherd's Steps and take a hike along the cliff-top trail for bird's eye views of the causeway coastline - famed world-wide for its beauty.

Unlock the mystery and stories of the landscape in the exhibition area of our award-winning Visitor Centre, which also boasts a cafe serving a seasonal menu, and retail zone where visitors can purchase souvenirs and handicrafts.

Tickets to Tourist Information Centre within the Visitor Centre are free of charge.

(via nationaltrust.org.uk)

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