National Trust
UNESCO

Facilities

General

  • Interactive exhibition exploring the Giant's Causeway
  • Outdoor audio guide availiable, providing information in nine languages. Audio guide for visually impaired visitors also available
  • Grab-and-go coffee shop
  • Local and unique gifts for sale in shop
  • Tourist Information Centre
  • Bureau de Change
  • Parking across three car parks and Park and Ride facility

 

Family & children

  • Baby-changing facilities
  • Pushchairs and baby back-carriers admitted
  • Accessible path for pushchairs

 

Access

  • Mobility parking
  • Visitor Centre is accessible
  • Accessible toilets and Changing Places facilities (key on request)
  • Grounds - partly accessible, grass, uneven, narrow, loose and hard gravel paths, steep slopes, steps, undulating terrain.
  • Some visitors may require assistance from their companion
  • Accessible trail

 

Top safety tips

  • Supervise children at all times
  • The causeway stones are uneven and can be slippery
  • Keep well back from waves
  • Keep to paths
  • Keep away from cliff edges
  • Heed warnings and path closures
  • Wear sensible footwear and clothing; coastal winds mean it can be cold regardless of season
  • Tell someone where you are going, arrange a meeting place as mobile phone reception is sometimes unreliable
  • Dogs must be kept on a leash


Risks & hazards

  • The Giant's Causeway is a dynamic site; please be aware of falling rocks
  • There are loose rocks and stones all over the cliffs
  • Be aware of sudden and unexpected waves breaking on the rocks
  • Weather can change rapidly - strong wind and rain can occur regardless of season

 

Facilities