Giant's Causeway

News and Stories

Man looking at camera or phone at the Giant's Causeway

International visitors 

In addition to English we have visitor information in ten languages: French, Spanish, Italian, German, Polish, Russian, Japanese, Chinese, Dutch and Portuguese.

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What's on 

Upcoming events

Earth Day Guided Geology Walk

Sun 21 Apr 2019
Learn about the fascinating geology of the Causeway Coast
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Places to stay

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Eating and shopping

Jan Irwin, Craft NI enjoying the knitwork of Rosalind Shaw, a local Maker

A celebration of what is made in Northern Ireland 

Did you know that 80% of the craft we sell in the Visitor Centre are actually made in Northern Ireland? We have just re-launched our craft booklet to promote the local people who make products sold at the Giant's Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede

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Our work

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