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Stopped here as part of a tour. The walk down from the visitor center is a bit under a mile, but there is a trolley if you want to take it. The day we stopped it was about 40 degrees and very windy. Interesting Terrain....More
We did this as part of the McComb bus tour
Access to the site is actually free and you don’t need to pay the Mario trust visitor centre fee. It looks like a nice centre but looked pricey.
There is a hotel across the parking...More
I don't know if it's because it was windy or because the story just didn't fascinate me but I wasn't impressed unfortunately. The way they told the story was a complete bore for me. Also the listening equipment had weak signals so I couldn't hear...More
Get there early to enjoy the uninterrupted views across the causeway. Take the blue trail down the hill from the Visitors Centre, then up the red trail hill to the Amphitheatre. Incredible views back across the bay. Two hours of pleasant walking. You don’t need...More
I visited the site many a time with family before the National Trust took over and started charging like wounded buffalo. Don't get me wrong, it is an outstanding geological feature and if only visiting Northern Ireland once in your lifetime- it is a must...More
We are members of the national trust
Entrance & parking were free
Even the bus that takes you down to stones were free if you didn't want to walk
It was breathtaking
The guides were very knowledgeable & friendly
This place is free to visit however they don’t tell you this! They force you into the visitors centre to pay £11.50 when it’s free! The staff don’t tell you unless you ask and when you do ask they don’t seem to impressed! If you...More
Response from grahame309 | Reviewed this property |
There is a tarmac roadway from the car park and visitor centre down to the main area, a distance it takes 15-20 minutes to walk as a moderately fit non-disabled adult. There is a fleet of at least 3 small buses taking those... More
There is a tarmac roadway from the car park and visitor centre down to the main area, a distance it takes 15-20 minutes to walk as a moderately fit non-disabled adult. There is a fleet of at least 3 small buses taking those who don’t wish to or can’t walk. I don’t remember if these have drop access but they are modern and relatively accessible. There is a charge of £1 per person per trip which may be waived for some users.
Once there it is possible to see the two main bays and take in the grandeur of the place from the easily accessible areas, although depending on the level of mobility clambering on the rocks themselves may not be possible or advisable.
Response from holidaymaddddd | Reviewed this property |
Rent a car, definitely we did that this week. If coming south (Belfast), you can drive along the coastal route which is stunning, visit Carrick Rede bridge and then visit the Giant Causeway. Causeway is lovely in the... More
Rent a car, definitely we did that this week. If coming south (Belfast), you can drive along the coastal route which is stunning, visit Carrick Rede bridge and then visit the Giant Causeway. Causeway is lovely in the evening, as far fewer people.