Twice a year – spring and winter – the National Trust opens the Giant’s Causeway Visitor Experience to the local community free of charge. The next free Winter Community Open Day will be held on Saturday 8th November from 9am, with last admissions at 4pm.
This half-term, join us at the Giant’s Causeway Visitor Centre for the Mexican Day of the Dead. This two-day family-friendly event explores how loved ones who have passed are remembered in another culture.
The Giant’s Causeway was one of many National Trust places selected as a filming locale for Universal Pictures’ “Dracula”. It was filmed entirely in Northern Ireland and familiar sights will include Mount Stewart House and Gardens and Divis Mountain in Belfast.
Saturday 4 October, Giant’s Causeway, Causeway Hotel; 10am – 6pm
Good Food NI and the National Trust hosts their annual celebration of the humble spud – the mainstay of Irish and Northern Irish cuisine.
The winning photo of our #causewaymornings #causewayevenings competition was this atmospheric summer sunset at the causeway by amateur photog, Matt Woodhouse.
The photo is now added to our official homepage and will be the first image that the thousands of visitors to our website will see.
Bushmills will come alive during the 3rd Annual Salmon and Whiskey Festival.
Whiskey and salmon tastings, artisan stalls, and street performers will entertain and inspire during this three-day cultural celebration of local cuisine. Events will take place at various places around Bushmills from Friday 19 September – Sunday 21 September, 2014.
Today, North Coast tourism industry professionals jetted off to China to attend an international sales mission.
Alexandra Mehaffy, Giant’s Causeway Tourism Development Manager, and Ann Donaghy of the Ramada Hotel Portrush, will promote the Giant’s Causeway and Causeway Coastal Route (as well as local services) to the Chinese market.