Places to visit in Northern Ireland

Giants Causeway one of UK's best heritage attractions

Historic houses, forest trails, grand gardens and beautiful beaches, we care for the places you love to visit in Northern Ireland. From the eye-catching wonder of the Giant's Causeway to the spectacular gardens of Mount Stewart, our things to see and do are world-famous and world-class. With children's play parks, cosy cafes and cool campsites, explore coast and countryside on action-packed adventures.

Wondering where to enjoy a day out in Northern Ireland? Take a look at many National Trust properties you can visit.

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Places to visit in Northern Ireland

There are so many amazing things to see & do in Northern Ireland. From world-famous landmarks to hidden gems, the National Trust care for many of the best places to visit. Take a look at this bucket list of not-to-be missed places and spaces.

Places to visit in County Down

Places to visit in County Fermanagh

Places to visit on the North Coast

Places to visit in Belfast

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Things to see and do around Belfast

Looking for an active break in Belfast? With so many places to visit, enjoy the cool and unusual things to see and do around Belfast. See the city sights from all angles before relaxing in a snug at Belfast’s best known bar. From the explorer to the socialite, Belfast has spades to offer for all speeds of life.

Places to visit in County Armagh

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Places to stay in Northern Ireland

With classic cottages and cool camping pods, stay in our self-catering accommodation filled with character and comfort. With cafes, shops and natural play areas nearby, plan a relaxing and action-packed staycation near you. Take a look at some of the places to stay with the National Trust in Northern Ireland.

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.