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Chinese New Year

Sat 25 Jan 2020
Come and welcome in the Chinese New Year 2020 with a weekend of festivities to celebrate Chinese culture!

St. Patrick's Day Celebrations

Tue 17 Mar 2020
Celebrate St Patrick's Day with us at the Giant's Causeway and mark this global celebration of Irish culture on 17 March!

50 Things Month

Sat 02 May 2020
May is 50 Things' Month at the Giant's Causeway! Every Saturday this month we will have a 50 things' activity on for families at no extra charge.
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Christmas decorations and lights at the Visitor Centre, Giant's Causeway

Christmas craft at the Giant's Causeway 

See the bespoke craft products special to the Giant's Causeway

Shows vegan cream tea scone with cream and jam

Grab something to eat at our Café 

Enjoy a delicious array of homemade treats at the Giant’s Causeway Grab & Go Café

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Current vacancies at the Giant's Causeway 

We're hiring - join our team!

The Giant's Causeway Visitor Centre

How to survive a busy Christmas…top tips from the National Trust 

The National Trust at the Giant’s Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede have compiled their top tips to help you survive a busy Christmas, so it doesn’t end up as hectic as The Griswold’s!

The Causeway Hotel at sunset, Northern Ireland

5 Mins with...Sammie McMullan, Receptionist at The Causeway Hotel 

We want to share the amazing staff members behind the scenes that play a crucial part in welcoming all thousands of visitors every year. #PeopleBehindtheCauseway

Nicole, our Retail Volunteer pictured at the Giant's Causeway in the Visitor Centre

5 Minutes With… Nicole, our Retail Volunteer  

Meet Nicole our Volunteer in Retail at the Giant's Causeway

A wildflower plant in close up with purple petals blooming

Innovative approaches to farming explored at the Giant’s Causeway 

North Coast Farm Resilience Project, a pioneering land management project for the National Trust in Northern Ireland whereby productive agricultural can go hand in hand with farming and nature conservation

A view of a wildflower meadow on the Colby Estate

Meadow Musings - Why are wildflowers so important? 

Summer brings wildflower meadows overgrown and bursting with colour usually from a wonderful range of flowering plants. Not only a pleasant sight but also an important one, and where is why...

The National Trust is trialling the first electric van in its fleet of site vehicles in Northern Ireland

National Trust goes Electric on Causeway Coast 

The National Trust is trialing the first electric van in its fleet of site vehicles in Northern Ireland.

Local marine volunteers gathering rubbish from the Litter Pick at Sea

GIANT efforts to tackle Marine Litter 

National Trust staff, local volunteers and local marine businesses braved the waters around the Giant’s Causeway for their third litter pick at sea

Christie Greer, Conservation Ranger at the Giant's Causeway

'To be honest, I think I have my dream job' 

Find out more about the work of our conservation rangers

Dunseverick Primary School pupils helping to launch the children's guide book at the Giant's Causeway

Nature rocks! 

We have a new children's guide book all about Northern Ireland's only World Heritage Site

Two examples of the White-speckled Smoke micromoth under a microscope

Micromoth is first in island of Ireland 

A micromoth found near the Giant's Causeway has been confirmed as the first record of it on the island of Ireland

Nicki McIlroy, Retail Sales Assistant at the Giant's Causeway

Five mins with...Nicki McIlroy 

Meet one of the Retail Assistants at the Giant's Causeway

A group of National Trust staff and volunteers at Ballintoy Harbour

Our first litter pick by sea 

Watch how we tackled litter in inaccessible bays around the World Heritage Site

Members of the Giant's Causeway meet a Dunluce School pupil

Local children show how funding has been used 

Find out how a local school's carpark is helping our site - and benefitting local schoolchildren

Two girls with the potatoes they harvested at Innisfree Farm

Harvesting a love of nature 

Local school children learn to plant, grow and harvest potatoes with our conservation ranger team