Facilities & access

General

  • Interactive exhibition exploring the Giant's Causeway
  • Outdoor audio guide availiable, providing information in nine languages. Audio guide for visually impaired visitors also available
  • Grab-and-go coffee shop
  • Local and unique gifts for sale in shop
  • Tourist Information Centre
  • Bureau de Change
  • Parking across three car parks and Park and Ride facility

Family & children

  • Baby-changing facilities
  • Pushchairs and baby back-carriers admitted
  • Accessible path for pushchairs

Access

  • Mobility parking
  • Visitor Centre is accessible
  • Accessible toilets and Changing Places facilities (key on request)
  • Grounds - partly accessible, grass, uneven, narrow, loose and hard gravel paths, steep slopes, steps, undulating terrain.
  • Some visitors may require assistance from their companion
  • Accessible trail

Top safety tips

  • Supervise children at all times
  • The causeway stones are uneven and can be slippery
  • Keep well back from waves
  • Keep to paths
  • Keep away from cliff edges
  • Heed warnings and path closures
  • Wear sensible footwear and clothing; coastal winds mean it can be cold regardless of season
  • Tell someone where you are going, arrange a meeting place as mobile phone reception is sometimes unreliable
  • Dogs must be kept on a leash

Risks & hazards

  • The Giant's Causeway is a dynamic site; please be aware of falling rocks
  • There are loose rocks and stones all over the cliffs
  • Be aware of sudden and unexpected waves breaking on the rocks
  • Weather can change rapidly - strong wind and rain can occur regardless of season

Tourist information

Giant’s Causeway Tourist Information Centre located within the retail zone

Find out more about the great places to visit in Northern Ireland at our tourist information centre, just pick up your free ticket at the admissions desk. Please note this ticket does not provide access to the exhibition area or tours.

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