Northern Ireland

We look after the places you love to visit. From the world-famous Giant's Causeway to the world-class Mount Stewart estate, a day out with National Trust NI offers the best things to see and do in Northern Ireland. From treasures to trails and coast to countryside, enjoy great days out near you.

Places to visit

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Things to see and do near you

Get ready for Playday with some fun activities

Ideas for Playday 2021 

Playday – a national day to celebrate all things play – might be over for another year, but you can still continue the fun with this play pack. Find inspiration from the Children's Country House Ambassadors about what their perfect Playday looks like. If you fancy making your own treasure hunt at home, in the garden or at your local park, you can find inspiration for that, too. Or if you'd like to get active, try out ideas to get you moving – you might even spot a bit of nature while you're at it.

Child with a butterfly net at Crom, County Fermanagh

Where you can visit

From 28 June you won’t need to book to visit many of our places in Northern Ireland. The exception is the Giant’s Causeway where the Visitor Experience must be booked in advance. At Mount Stewart and Rowallane Garden pre-booking is recommended, especially during weekends and holidays. However, where space is available on weekdays, pre-booking isn't always necessary. Please check the individual property pages for details before visiting.

A family in front of the mansion house at Castle Ward, Co. Down

Family days out in Northern Ireland 

Looking for fun-filled days out near you? Explore our places and spaces In Northern Ireland and create unforgettable memories with our fun-filled adventures.

Sheep are used in the Mournes for conservation grazing

National Trust in the Mournes

The Mourne Mountains are the highest and most dramatic mountain range in Northern Ireland. Beloved by hikers, the Mournes have long inspired writers and storytellers. A landmark of international importance, its 12 peaks have been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Find out more about our work as caretakers of Slieve Donard and Slieve Commedagh including our recovery activity following the recent fire and donation appeal to support this effort.

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