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Giants Causeway named Uk's Best Heritage Attraction for the second year

Giant's Causeway wins UK's Best Heritage Attraction

The Giant’s Causeway is the UK’s Best Heritage Attraction according to voters of the nation’s largest consumer poll, the British Travel Awards.

National Trust's sleeping giant campaign wins two national awards

Giant results at prestigious social media awards

The Giant’s Causeway Sleeping Giant campaign scoops two national awards

The Queeen and The Duke of Edinburgh at the Giant's Causeway

The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh make first visit to Giant’s Causeway

Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh were welcomed to the Giant’s Causeway World Heritage Site today by National Trust rangers, volunteers, local crafters and some lucky visiting tourists.

The picture shows four people sitting on the cliff side path pointing to the distance

Clifftop Experience walking tours 

The Giant’s Causeway Clifftop Experience is a fantastic 5-mile hike from the ruin of Dunseverick Castle to Northern Ireland’s first World Heritage Site, the Giant’s Causeway.

moth trapping

Mad about moths

Eager to find out more about these winged creatures of the night? Our Giant's Causeway area ranger Dr Cliff Henry tells us what fascinates him about moths. Find out how to make your garden inviting to moths as well.

Giant's Causeway Visitor Experience Ranger Keith Acheson with members of Tour Guides NI

Sharing our passion for special places

The National Trust supports the creation of Northern Ireland’s first tour guiding network.

Picture shows a selection of products and literature included in the Giant's Causeway goody bag

Taste of the North Coast

A group of international tour operators had the complete North Coast experience on a recent visit.

Coastline at Giant's Causeway

30 years of UNESCO in Northern Ireland

The Giant’s Causeway's status as a World Heritage Site cements the popular landmark as the keystone of Northern Ireland tourism.

Picture shows a woman in a pale coloured coat with an audio guide to her ear

Chinese visitors warmly welcomed on North Coast

National Trust set to encourage the trend of Chinese visitors to the Giant's Causeway.

Stephanie Popp reclining on the Giant's Boot at the causeway

Volunteer profile: Stephanie Popp

We caught up with Stephanie for a quick chat about what attracted her to a volunteering role and how she has adapted to life in rural Northern Ireland.

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Micro moths at Giant's Causeway

The rare Sorrel Pigmy moth caterpillar has been discovered at the causeway, the first time this species has been spotted in Northern Ireland.

Picture shows Christopher and Peter Algie receiving their certificates with the Giant's Causeway team

Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme at causeway  

Twin brothers Christopher and Peter Algie completed their Silver Duke of Edinburgh Award at the Giant's Causeway.