Take a virtual tour of the Giant's Causeway
Choose a 360-degree virtual tour of the Giant's Causeway in Country Antrim, and explore one of Northern Ireland's most impressive coastal landscapes from the comfort of your own home.
How to access the virtual tours
You can explore with your mouse, the control buttons on your keyboard or the control icons on the screen.
Using a mouse
Click and drag the cursor in the direction you want to look. If your mouse has a roller button, use it to zoom in/out.
Using on-screen icons
Click and hold the screen icons to navigate. The + (plus) and - (minus) buttons will allow you to zoom in/out.
Using keyboard arrow keys
Press the arrow keys to navigate. The + (plus) and - (minus) keys will allow you to zoom in/out.
Using keyboard tab keys
Tab through the on-screen buttons and hold down the space bar to navigate. Shift + tab will tab back to the previous on-screen button.
Take a virtual tour
- Gaze up at Aird Snout
- Aird Snout is the headland that towers above the Giant's Causeway. Look behind you and see it from another glorious perspective.Take the tour
- Explore Port Noffer
- Beyond the Giant's Causeway lies Port Noffer, or the Giant's Port. Take a beautiful summer morning (virtual) tour and see the sun rise over the bay. Can you spot the sea pinks?Take the tour
- Look out towards Port Noffer
- This 360-degree tour places you on the near tip of the Giant's Causeway on a calm summer day.Take the tour
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