Giant's Causeway is a geological jewel and one of the most impressive natural
wonders in the world. Beyond its world famous 40,000 basalt steps, there's a wealth
of wildlife to be discovered. It's also one of the best places in the British
Isles to go rock pooling.
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Causeway - Visitor Guide
Causeway, 44a Causeway Road, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland.
2073 1582 (North Antrim office)|
reference: C 954453|
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columns. Rockpoolong and marine life. Birds.|
Walks - Lichens, Crabs, birds, plants,
Coast path with info panels extends 12 miles to the
Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge.
Bird watching: it's worth following the
path around the headland to see a good variety of birds.
to stones operated by Translink. Disabled parking in main car park. Adapted WC
at visitor centre.
Grounds are partly accessible with steep slopes,
numerous steps, loose gravel, hard gravel, grass, uneven and narrow paths, and
Map of accessible route available. Ramped entrance
to tea room.
By car - located on B146 Causeway-Dunseverick road 2ml east of Bushmills.
- Causeway Coaster minibus from visitor centre to stones. Ulsterbus 172, 177.
Causeway Rambler bus (Ulsterbus 376) between Bushmills and Carrick-a-Rede in summer.
Ulsterbus 252 - circular route from Belfast.
Rail: Coleraine (10
miles) or Portrush (8 miles). Giant's Causeway and Bushmills Steam Railway - 200
yards. Tel. 028 2073 2844.
Year round - daily.
free. Donations welcome. Group guided tours: £3, Child £2. Out-of-hours
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