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Giants Causeway Visitors Centre 44 Causeway Road, Bushmills BT57 8SU, Northern Ireland
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Reviewed 2 days ago

It starts with the limited parking spaces available. There are simply not enough. The visitor centre is magnficent from the outside. But inside it is not good. First of all, the restaurant is way too small for the huge crows of tourists. There was not...More

Thank APleijsier
Reviewed 2 days ago

Good, informative displays about the formation of the Giant's Causeway - includes both the legendary (Finn McCool) creation story along with the scientific view of the creation. Includes a gift shop and a place to get snacks. The visitor center presents itself as the required...More

Thank Billb303
Reviewed 3 days ago

The actual Visitors' Centre is a complete waste of money. The only good thing about it are the toilet facilities. The whole place is so unnecessary and really ugly. If I wasn't a National Trust member I would not have gone in. It does make...More

Thank HelenCattell
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Treated awful if your not fully paid up for the Visitors Centre. Had American teenagers visiting and looking £10 to get in to gift shop!!!! No access to toilets in the centre. Reception Area dirty with 3 limited coffin toilets!!!

Thank EdenderryCraigavon
Reviewed 3 days ago

Having last visited in 1995, I was quite sad to see the Visitor Centre built there now, to be honest. We did pay in advance, but made little or no use of the Visitor Centre and then found out visiting the Giant's Causeway is free,...More

Thank Larsonsmummy
Reviewed 5 days ago

You can experience Giant's Causeway without paying for the Visitor Center, but I personally have no problem supporting a national park. It was a nice facility, and we really enjoyed the audio guide while walking the trail. The gift shop was reasonably priced (for a...More

Thank Carl S
Reviewed 6 days ago

I had researched on TripAdvisor before going to the Causeway and knew the stones were actually free if you didn't visit the visitor centre. That being said, I was overruled by my travel companions so we bought tickets and went in anyways. Things I learned...More

Thank KM604Van
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

What a stunning place to visit, we visited on a coach trip from Belfast and it was a stunning day for weather, place is gorgeous well worth a visit, the national trust gift shop & information centre we great too.

Thank Lizi D
Reviewed 1 week ago

We have NT membership so was all free, interesting displays and model of the causeway, clean toilets, helpful staff, reasonable cafe but a tad expensive so we just had a drink

Thank Marion W
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Washrooms, Gift Shop, Children friendly Educational center, well organized. Used my National Trust membership for free shuttle and entrance.

Thank Elle W
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Alexander W
29 April 2018|
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Response from Антон Г |
dear pleb, most of the visitors are being advised in a way which tricks people into assuming you have to pay, being a tourist a lot of people don't feel comfortable asking and just pay up, stewards at the entrance deliver... More
George B
20 November 2017|
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Response from Beeseydave | Reviewed this property |
Hi George, If you're not driving, then a tour is the best way and they explain everything. Cost wise, it will be better as well. Enjoy.
Kevin C
7 July 2017|
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Response from EMD100 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Kevin, I was not looking out for wheelchair access but I believe the point of the shuttle buses is to help those eg with disabilities reach the causeway, so I assume they are probably able to accommodate wheelchairs... More