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Bird Feeder Workshop

Giant's Causeway Visitor Centre, 44 Causeway Road, Bushmills, Antrim, BT578SU
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Join our Nature Engagement Officer, Dr Cliff Henry, as he guides you through how to make your own bird feeder!

Bring your own recycled yoghurt pot, drinking cup or a small container and fill it with a squidgy mixture of lard, sunflowers and nuts and place it in your garden at home, just in time to participate in the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch!

The workshop will commence at 2:00pm, and you can meet Cliff at the Visitor Meeting Point within the Visitor Centre.

Online booking is recommended, and you can do so on our website https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/visit/northern-ireland/giants-causeway.

National Trust Members and Local Pass Holders gain free access.

Ticket price includes the full Visitor Experience; access to guided tours with our award-winning storytelling team, use of hand-held audio guides, access to exhibition and interpretation areas, shop, cafe, use of all facilities and reserved onsite parking.

Please wear suitable clothing for a hands-on activity and suitable to the weather on the day. Please wear sturdy walking shoes/footwear.

The Visitor Centre is fully accessible with ramps and accessible facilities available within.

The Visitor Centre is fully dog friendly, with dogs on leads welcome throughout indoor and outdoor areas.

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The basalt stones at the giants causeway stretch into the seaGiant's Causeway, BushmillsFollow in the footsteps of giants at Northern Ireland's iconic UNESCO World Heritage Site. The basalt columns of the Causeway landscape were left by volcanic eruptions 60 million years ago. All visitors are encouraged to book Visitor Experience tickets online in advance of arrival onsite.

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