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Giant's Causeway & Bushmills Railway

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Giant's Causeway & Bushmills Railway

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Game of Thrones and Giant's Causeway Full-Day Tour from Belfast
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Game of Thrones and Giant's Causeway Full-Day Tour from Belfast

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Combine a comprehensive Game of Thrones–themed tour with a visit to the Giant's Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, on this full-day tour from Belfast. Leave the navigation and driving to someone else while you enjoy the scenic ride and listen to behind-the-scenes gossip and filming facts from your guide. Convenient pickup and drop-off from central Belfast makes for a hassle-free trip. 
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Cheese M wrote a review Aug 2020
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There are several ways to see Giants Causeway. 1) Goto the National Trust car park and do the full visitors experience. This will cost £13 for adults, £6.50 for kids or £32.50 for a family ticket. This includes parking, access into the visitors centre and a tour guide down to the Causeway. There's a cafe and loos inside the visitors centre. The walk from the centre to the Causeway is about 15 minutes. It is a tarmac road and footpath suitable for all, kids, prams, wheelchairs, slow walkers etc. Its uphill on the way back. 2) Park in a field off Runkerry Road for a few pounds and walk to the Causeway for free. 3)Get the train. The train runs from Bushmills station which is on the B145 Ballaghmore Road opposite Tramway Drive. It is not very well signposted! The car park is free and holds around 35/40 cars. You can get on the electric train here. It costs £20.50 for a fa⁹ pushchairs and wheelchairs and is a 2 mile walk. At the other end is Giants Causeway station. There is a cafe selling a limited amount of hot and cold d⁸ Causeway. The coastal pathway is not suitable for wheelchairs but will take a pushchair. The views are spectacular. You can climb over the rocks to the Causeway which adds a little more interest or stick to the road. It's free to goto Giants Causeway, you just need to park the car at one of the above spots. You don't have to go via the National Visitors centre⁸ camera and a picnic or drinks and have an awesome time. Train times as follows; From Bushmills; 11.30, 13.30 & 15.30hrs From Giants Causeway; 11am, 13.00hrs, 15.00hrs.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Willow4Dublin wrote a review Aug 2020
Dublin29 contributions21 helpful votes
Lovely way to pass some time, and see the golf course, beach and walking route. Charming. Suits all ages. You could spend some time in Bushmills and then return
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Tathecam wrote a review Aug 2020
Gloucester, United Kingdom39 contributions35 helpful votes
A lovely ride on the train between Bushmills and The Causeway. Good facilities and nice coffee. A great way to see The Causeway by walking from the station.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Ana L wrote a review Aug 2020
Navan, Ireland2,683 contributions1,021 helpful votes
This railway is now operating 3x a day (11, 13 and 15 from Causeway, and 11.30, 13.30 and 15.30 from Bushmills). Ticket costs 6£ (single or return trip), and allows you a nice trip through the beach. You can also park the car there, and walk the trail. It takes around 40 min to walk to the Giant's Causeway.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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dugMapleRidgeBC wrote a review Dec 2019
Maple Ridge, Canada184 contributions86 helpful votes
We pulled into the causeway and it was 12 pounds per person to park and go into the center.The attendant steered us to this parking lot ,only a couple of pounds per car and went to charity.The causeway itself is free you just have to walk down.Take a pound or two to ride the bus back up
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Date of experience: October 2019
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