Belfast & Northern Ireland

Brash Atlantic waves crash against the bizarre hexagonal basalt columns of the Giant's Causeway, formed either by a volcanic eruption 60 million years ago or the brawny actions of legendary giant Finn McCool.

Whichever story you believe, these amazing geological formations are Northern Ireland's definitive tourism icon and only UNESCO World Heritage Site. This natural phenomenon continues to be shaped by time and tide, so beware of slippery surfaces, sudden waves and falling rocks.

Interactive exhibitions depict both fact and myth at the state-of-the-art Visitor Centre, where you can also shop for unique and locally-crafted souvenirs and grab some food at the cafe. Find out more and get online ticket discounts at giantscausewaytickets.com.
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Guarded parking
Restaurant

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Open

Open 09:00 - until Nov-Jan 17:00, Feb, March & Oct 18:00, April-Sept 19:00. From March-Oct a park and ride bus service runs every 20mins from Bushmills village - tel. (+44) (0)28 2073 1855, option 2.

Price/Additional Info

Adult £9, child £4.50, 2+3 £22. Incl. Visitor Centre access, guided walk or audio guide (nine languages), orientation leaflet and parking. Arrive by public transport, bicycle or foot and save £2 per adult, £1.25 per child and £4 per family. Shuttle bus from the Visitor Centre to the Giant's Causeway additional charge. Rocks accessible free year-round.

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