Left so disappointed by our recent visit. Family of 4 with 12 yr old and 14yr old. We were charged £26 for the visit to a NATURAL piece of our heritage and a further £3 for a shuttle bus back (that we were led to...More
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Very good and efficient with clean loos and a shop. Bus up and down to the site, which is free to National Trust members.
This centre is combines small exhibits on the history of the Causeway with a gift shop and a café. The exhibits are very informative, and the quality of the gift shop items is above average. A good place to take a break before exploring further...More
Some really interesting information and a great National Trust shop with loads of local artistry for sale. Building is discreetly set into the hill.
Popped in here after we'd visited the Giant's Causeway. You do NOT need to pay to visit the actual Causeway - walk around the outside of this building and down the path. The Visitor Centre has a small interesting display and a nice cafe and...More
As national trust members we got in for free. The entrance fee gets you into the exhibition, toilets and cafe. You can visit the giants causeway without going into the exhibition centre. The weather was good so we didn't spend too long in there. We...More
It's FREE to walk down to the causeway. Unless you aren't able to walk, even the bus ticket is a rip-off if you've already paid the entrance fee. You can learn more about the causeway from Google and/or Wikipedia.
We spent the day at the Coastal Causeway drive this is part of the day. Beauty of it was great! I would do it again in a heartbeat!
The display here is light on facts and interesting background and heavy on advertising and self promotion. Disappointing. You can pay for just one in your car and then do not go into the visitors center. Enter the Causeway trail from the parking lot. Food...More