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  1. Mussenden Temple overlooking Downhill Beach

    Bushmills

    Address

    The Giants Causeway, Bushmills, Antrim, BT57 8SU

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 28 7034 4723

    Type

    Type:

    Self-guided tour

    The Earl Bishop Trail extends from the Giant’s Causeway to Derry/Londonderry linking up the places associated with the Frederick Augustus Hervey, 4th Earl of Bristol, and Bishop of Derry.

  2. Frame in Burnfoot Village
    Stone bridge with arch ways over the River Roe
    Frame in Burnfoot Village
    Benbradagh Mountain
    Ruins of Old Bovevagh Church
    Frame in Burnfoot Village
    Ruins of Old Bovevagh Church and signage for graveyard
    Frame in Burnfoot Village
    Stone bridge with arch ways over the River Roe
    Frame in Burnfoot Village
    Benbradagh Mountain
    Ruins of Old Bovevagh Church
    Frame in Burnfoot Village
    Ruins of Old Bovevagh Church and signage for graveyard

    Dungiven

    Type

    Type:

    Waymarked Trail

    A pretty village nestled between the River Roe and the Bovevagh River.

  3. Artist Frankie Creith providing assistance to a workshop group while they paint outside
    Two girls listening in the workshop with art utensils in the background
    Artist Frankie Creith providing guidance to a customer while painting outside
    A girl perusing the art in artist Frankie Creith's studio and workshop
    Artist Frankie Creith showing some of her art to her workshop class
    A group of people admiring the art in Frankie Creith's studio
    An overhead shot of some creative art produced in Frankie Creith's workshop
    A group is shown entering Frankie Creith's art gallery and creative workshop
    Artist Frankie Creith providing assistance to a workshop group while they paint outside
    Two girls listening in the workshop with art utensils in the background
    Artist Frankie Creith providing guidance to a customer while painting outside
    A girl perusing the art in artist Frankie Creith's studio and workshop
    Artist Frankie Creith showing some of her art to her workshop class
    A group of people admiring the art in Frankie Creith's studio
    An overhead shot of some creative art produced in Frankie Creith's workshop
    A group is shown entering Frankie Creith's art gallery and creative workshop

    Portrush

    Address

    61 Main Street, Portrush, County Antrim, BT56 8BN

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 2870 822 010

    Price

    Price £85.00 Activity

    Type

    Type:

    Craft Workshops and courses

    This artistic workshop involves all the senses and helps you find your inner creative voice. You’ll be working towards the creation of your own masterpiece, which once home will always remind you of your time spent on the beautiful Causeway Coast.

    Price

    Price £85.00 Activity
  4. Ballymoney

    Address

    8 Armour Avenue, Ballymoney, County Antrim, BT53 7AG

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 28 7034 7034

    Type

    Type:

    Nature and Wildlife

    A pleasant urban 40 acre Park in the heart of Ballymoney Town, in which to enjoy a variety of riverside walks and natural biodiversity.

    Facilities

    Provider Preferences

    • Free (parking charges may apply)

    Parking & Transport

    • On site parking
  5. old map illustration of Coleraine and the River Bann

    Coleraine

    Address

    The Diamond, Coleraine, Derry/Londonderry, BT52 1DP

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 28 7034 4723

    Type

    Type:

    Self-guided tour

    For Years Coleraine has held a crucial place in the history of the island of Ireland. In the early 17th century, the town was key to King James I’s Plantation and, as such, a fortified town was built on this ancient site by the River Bann.

  6. Frame at Camus Wood
    Jetty at Camus Wood
    Frame at Camus Wood
    Boys posing on frame at Camus Wood
    Frame at Camus Wood
    Jetty at Camus
    Signage at Camus Wood
    Frame at Camus Wood
    Jetty at Camus Wood
    Frame at Camus Wood
    Boys posing on frame at Camus Wood
    Frame at Camus Wood
    Jetty at Camus
    Signage at Camus Wood

    Coleraine

    Type

    Type:

    Waymarked Trail

    A picturesque wooded picnic area on the banks of the Lower River Bann – with an important and ancient history…

  7. statue of Mannanan Mac Lir atop Binevenagh Mountain
    Kinbane Head
    a stream running over moss covered rocks
    statue of Mannanan Mac Lir atop Binevenagh Mountain
    Kinbane Head
    a stream running over moss covered rocks

    Cushendall

    Address

    Red Bay Selkie, Cushendall, Antrim, BT44 0SH

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 28 7034 4723

    Type

    Type:

    Self-guided tour

    Be lured off the beaten track to eight hidden gems of the Causeway Coast and Glens by this free downloadable heritage app. Discover stories of sea gods, shipwrecks and sídhe-folk at sites where epic vistas hold secrets waiting to be discovered.

  8. old photograph taken at Dervock

    Ballymoney

    Address

    Derrykeighan Parish Church, Derrykeighan, Ballymoney, Antrim, BT53 8BL

    Type

    Type:

    Self-guided tour

    This walking tour of Dervock explores the history of the village through its 19th and early 20th century buildings and the lives of its famous sons, who include Lord George Macartney, Britain’s first ambassador to China, Captain Charles Adair of the…

  9. Group on horseback leaving the stables as part of the Saddle Up by the Sea experience with Crindle Stables
    Girl putting a saddle on a horse as part of the Saddle Up by the Sea experience with Crindle Stables
    Girl on horseback being led by an instructor as part of the Saddle Up by the Sea experience with Crindle Stables
    Group on horseback on the beach as part of the Saddle Up by the Sea experience with Crindle Stables
    Group on horseback walking along the sand on the beach as part of the Saddle Up by the Sea experience with Crindle Stables
    Man stroking a horse's face as part of the Saddle Up by the Sea experience with Crindle Stables
    Group on horseback enjoying the Saddle Up by the Sea experience with Crindle Stables
    Group on horseback walking in the shallow water on the beach as part of the Saddle Up by the Sea experience with Crindle Stables
    Group on horseback leaving the stables as part of the Saddle Up by the Sea experience with Crindle Stables
    Girl putting a saddle on a horse as part of the Saddle Up by the Sea experience with Crindle Stables
    Girl on horseback being led by an instructor as part of the Saddle Up by the Sea experience with Crindle Stables
    Group on horseback on the beach as part of the Saddle Up by the Sea experience with Crindle Stables
    Group on horseback walking along the sand on the beach as part of the Saddle Up by the Sea experience with Crindle Stables
    Man stroking a horse's face as part of the Saddle Up by the Sea experience with Crindle Stables
    Group on horseback enjoying the Saddle Up by the Sea experience with Crindle Stables
    Group on horseback walking in the shallow water on the beach as part of the Saddle Up by the Sea experience with Crindle Stables

    Limavady

    Address

    Crindle Stables, 6 Carrowclare Road, Limavady, County Londonderry, BT49 9ED

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 7738 516 106

    Price

    Price £200.00 Per Ticket

    Type

    Type:

    Guided Tour

    Explore the beauty of the rugged Causeway Coast and Glens on horseback, where the Binevenagh mountains sweep down to the sea. Crindle Stables overlook stunning scenery along a world-famous coastline, and this is where your experience will unfold.…

    Price

    Price £200.00 Per Ticket
  10. old illustrated image of Coleraine

    Coleraine

    Address

    Coleraine, Coleraine, Derry/Londonderry, BT53 3DR

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 28 7034 4723

    Type

    Type:

    Self-guided tour

    An estimated 250,000 Ulster men and women left Ireland for the New World during the 18th century. This heritage trail explores the story of the families of Coleraine, Aghadowey, Macosquin, Dunboe, Ballywillan, Garvagh, Kilrea, and Ballymoney who,…

  11. Frame on Altarichard Point
    Altarichard Point with frame in the distance
    Frame on Altarichard Point
    Frame on Altarichard Point
    View of Altarichard Road
    Frame on Altarichard Point
    Frame on Altarichard Point
    View of bridge on Glendun Road
    Pond at Altarichard Point
    Information placard situated at Altarichard Point
    Frame on Altarichard Point
    Altarichard Point with frame in the distance
    Frame on Altarichard Point
    Frame on Altarichard Point
    View of Altarichard Road
    Frame on Altarichard Point
    Frame on Altarichard Point
    View of bridge on Glendun Road
    Pond at Altarichard Point
    Information placard situated at Altarichard Point

    Ballymoney

    Type

    Type:

    Waymarked Trail

    Located within the Slieveanorra and Croaghan Area of Special Scientific Interest (ASSI), this is one of the few accessible upland blanket bogs in Northern Ireland.

  12. Frame at Red Bay, Cushendall
    Red Arch with Cushendall in the background
    Red Arch
    Signage and seating at Agnew's Field
    Harry's, Cushendall
    McCollum's Cushendall
    Seaview Apartment
    Frame at Red Bay, Cushendall
    Layd Old Church
    The Lurig Bar
    Frame at Red Bay, Cushendall
    Red Arch with Cushendall in the background
    Red Arch
    Signage and seating at Agnew's Field
    Harry's, Cushendall
    McCollum's Cushendall
    Seaview Apartment
    Frame at Red Bay, Cushendall
    Layd Old Church
    The Lurig Bar

    Cushendall

    Type

    Type:

    Waymarked Trail

    A 13th century hilltop castle with a couple of names, a commanding view – and a rollercoaster history.

  13. a group of people using stand up paddleboards on the River Roe
    a person looks at the view of the River Roe from a mountain crevice
    a group of people have their photo taken atop Binevenagh Mountain
    Binevenagh Mountain with the River Roe in the foreground
    a person takes a photo of the view from Binevenagh Mountain
    a group of people using stand up paddleboards on the River Roe
    a person looks at the view of the River Roe from a mountain crevice
    a group of people have their photo taken atop Binevenagh Mountain
    Binevenagh Mountain with the River Roe in the foreground
    a person takes a photo of the view from Binevenagh Mountain

    Limavady

    Address

    Ballycarton Woods, Aghanloo Road, Limavady, Derry/Londonderry, BT49 0HY

    Telephone

    07793542468

    Price

    Price £75.00 Per Ticket

    Type

    Type:

    Experience Days

    Explore the crags and cliffs of Binevenagh with Ella Mor before paddling the River Roe, taking in the sights and sounds of this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

    Price

    Price £75.00 Per Ticket
  14. Guide/skipper of the boat talking to a group enjoying the Giant Shipwrecks of the North Coast experience
    Group on a boat enjoying the Giant Shipwrecks of the North Coast experience with Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge in the background
    Group in lifejackets on a boat enjoying the Giant Shipwrecks of the North Coast experience
    The guide/skipper of the boat showing a guest the instruments on the boat as part the Giant Shipwrecks of the North Coast experience with Carrick-A-Re
    The Aquaholics boat used in the Giant Shipwrecks of the North Coast experience with cliffs in the background
    A member of the group being shown the boat's instruments as part of the Giant Shipwrecks of the North Coast experience
    The guide/skipper of the boat welcoming guests onto the boat as part of the Giant Shipwrecks of the North Coast experience
    Two men fixing their lifejackets as part of the Giant Shipwrecks of the North Coast experience
    Guide/skipper of the boat talking to a group enjoying the Giant Shipwrecks of the North Coast experience
    Group on a boat enjoying the Giant Shipwrecks of the North Coast experience with Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge in the background
    Group in lifejackets on a boat enjoying the Giant Shipwrecks of the North Coast experience
    The guide/skipper of the boat showing a guest the instruments on the boat as part the Giant Shipwrecks of the North Coast experience with Carrick-A-Re
    The Aquaholics boat used in the Giant Shipwrecks of the North Coast experience with cliffs in the background
    A member of the group being shown the boat's instruments as part of the Giant Shipwrecks of the North Coast experience
    The guide/skipper of the boat welcoming guests onto the boat as part of the Giant Shipwrecks of the North Coast experience
    Two men fixing their lifejackets as part of the Giant Shipwrecks of the North Coast experience

    Portstewart

    Address

    Aquaholics, 14 Portmore Road, Portstewart, County Londonderry, BT55 7BE

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 2870 832 584

    Price

    Price £84.00 Per Ticket

    Type

    Type:

    Boat Tours

    Jump aboard for a fascinating voyage towards Rathlin Island and along the Causeway Coast searching for historic shipwrecks.

    On your voyage, you'll visit the place where Spanish Armada vessel La Girona went down, as well as the wartime wreck sites…

    Price

    Price £84.00 Per Ticket
  15. painting of Portneal Bridge in Kilrea

    Kilrea

    Address

    Mercers' Arms, Kilrea, Derry/Londonderry, BT51 5QJ

    Type

    Type:

    Self-guided tour

    The Historic Kilrea Walking Tour is a self-guided circular route of just over a mile which takes in the town’s most iconic buildings, many of which were built as part of the 19th century development plan implemented by the London Mercers’ Company.

  16. an old photograph of fishermen

    Coleraine

    Address

    The Cutts, Coleraine, Derry/Londonderry, BT51 3FP

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 28 7034 4723

    Type

    Type:

    Self-guided tour

    Big, tasty, easy to catch (in the right place, at the right time), the salmon fishery was a way of life and a public attraction for many centuries. Now it is gone. Explore the key locations and history of this hugely significant industry along the…

  17. Dungiven Priory

    Dungiven

    Address

    Glór Hall, Dungiven, Derry/Londonderry, BT47 4LG

    Type

    Type:

    Self-guided tour

    This walking trail of Dungiven starts and ends at the Glór Hall which includes a short audio visual presentation and where you can find out more about the local area before exploring 10 sites of historic importance around the town.

  18. aerial view of Banagher Glen
    Resevoir at Banagher Glen
    Resevoir at Banagher Glen
    Banagher Glen
    banagher glen
    Waterfall at Banagher Glen
    Banagher Glen
    Banagher Glen signage
    aerial view of Banagher Glen
    Resevoir at Banagher Glen
    Resevoir at Banagher Glen
    Banagher Glen
    banagher glen
    Waterfall at Banagher Glen
    Banagher Glen
    Banagher Glen signage

    Dungiven

    Address

    Banagher Glen, Dungiven, Derry~Londonderry, BT47 4PN

    Type

    Type:

    Walking Route - Short (<5 miles)

    Banagher Glen is home to one of the oldest ancient oak woodlands in Ireland. Enjoy a 6 mile return walk through the steep sided glen to the spectacular Banagher Dam and Altnaheglish Reservoir. Banagher Nature Reserve is one of 50 similar reserves…

    Facilities

    Parking & Transport

    • Car parking
    • Parking (free)
  19. Frame at Swann's Bridge
    Angler's Rest
    Swann's Bridge
    Swann's Bridge
    Frame at Swann's Bridge
    Game of Throne's signage
    Picnic area at Swann's Bridge
    Frame at Swann's Bridge
    Angler's Rest
    Swann's Bridge
    Swann's Bridge
    Frame at Swann's Bridge
    Game of Throne's signage
    Picnic area at Swann's Bridge

    Limavady

    Type

    Type:

    Waymarked Trail

    Picturesque riverbank area overlooking the River Roe beneath Binevenagh Mountain – a wonderful place to enjoy the beauty of nature.

  20. At The Chocolate Manor you'll learn about the history of chocolate
    The Chocolate Manor is filled with the delicious smells of handcrafted creations coming to life
    Geri Martin introduces a local product, Bushmills Whiskey
    During the Taste Causeway Chocolate Experience guests make their own chocolate treats
    Peeling back the transfer to reveal the handcrafted chocolate creation at The Chocolate Manor
    While waiting for the chocolate mix to set, guests can head over to the nearby Castlerock beach with a luxurious hot chocolate
    At The Chocolate Manor you'll learn about the history of chocolate
    The Chocolate Manor is filled with the delicious smells of handcrafted creations coming to life
    Geri Martin introduces a local product, Bushmills Whiskey
    During the Taste Causeway Chocolate Experience guests make their own chocolate treats
    Peeling back the transfer to reveal the handcrafted chocolate creation at The Chocolate Manor
    While waiting for the chocolate mix to set, guests can head over to the nearby Castlerock beach with a luxurious hot chocolate

    Castlerock

    Address

    3 Main Street, Castlerock, County Londonderry, BT51 4RA

    Telephone

    +44( 0) 791 933 2843

    Price

    Price £50.00 Per Ticket

    Type

    Type:

    Cookery School

    On Castlerock’s main street there’s a building that’s 120 years old. This is the home of the Chocolate Manor, a warm and inviting shop, artisan food emporium & chocolate experience space - the smells alone are enough to tempt you in off the street!

    Dates

    From:
    1 Jan 2022to31 Dec 2022Various Opening Times

    Price

    Price £50.00 Per Ticket

    Facilities

    Accessibility

    • Ramp / Level Access
    • Ramp to main entrance
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