Great NI Walk
Great NI Walk campaign, 2014
With the onset of autumn and winter, we want to encourage everyone to go walking. Grab your hiking boots, pull on your coziest knitted sweater and head out to explore the beautiful scenery of the Giant's Causeway and causeway coast.
Causeway Christmas Tuneful Tuesdays
Carol singing in the Visitor Centre Tuesdays in December
Details coming soon
Burns & Benandonner Weekend
Saturday 24 &Sunday 25 January, 2015; 11am – 4pm
Burns Night festivities last all weekend long at our family-friendly annual celebration of Scottish culture.
Find the hairy haggis’ hidden in the Visitor Centre, solve the riddles and claim a prize. Enjoy the sound of skilfully played bagpipes and nibble on some Scottish-inspired specials in our café.
Normal admission; National Trust members free. Book online for discounted tickets
Ongoing: Guided walking tours
Take a tour of the causeway with the people who know it best... our Visitor Experience Rangers. Listen as they delight, entertain and inspire, retelling the facts, myths and legends that surround this natural phenomenon.
Walking tours every hour on the hour during Visitor Centre opening times.
Ongoing: '50 things'
Discover and explore landscaped gardens and parklands, outdoor play areas and acres of wild North Coast countryside. Continue to tick things off your '50 things to do before you're 11 3/4' list this autumn/winter.
Pick up your free scrapbook at any of our sites across the North Coast to get started.
We're a charity and much of what we do couldn't be done without our army of volunteers. From protecting wildlife habitats to welcoming visitors or helping in our shops and tea-rooms we've lots of opportunities to get involved.
To volunteer at the Giant's Causeway, contact Eleanor Killough
To volunteer across the North Coast, contact James Milliken