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Finn's Frightful Fun Fest

Giant's Causeway, 44 Causeway Road, Bushmills, Antrim, BT57 8SU
Image shows the Giant's Causeway as the sun sets in the distance
  • Image shows the Giant's Causeway as the sun sets in the distance
  • Picture of a Pumpkin with a scary face


Spend this Halloween at Northern Ireland's only UNESCO World Heritage Site, as our resident friendly giant hosts his Frightful Fun Fest! What a spooky schedule he has in store for you...


Solve the riddles and decipher creepy clues to discover the gruesome, hidden secrets that lie within our World Heritage Site.
Pick up your Treasure Hunt from the Event Desk within the Visitor Centre.
The primary Treasure Hunt will follow the accessible Green Trail, which is suitable for visitors with mobility concerns, and is also suitable for prams, buggies and young children. The child-friendly Treasure Hunt will take place within the Visitor Centre, which is fully accessible with ramps, and accessible facilities are available within.


Join Storyteller Keith for a series of special guided tours to hear spooky stories of the lost spirits of the Causeway Coast, including Stingy Jack, The Hidden Mine of Ballycastle and The Phantom Carriage of Loughareema...
Meet Keith at the Visitor Meeting Point within the Visitor Centre.
The guided walk will follow the Blue Trail, a route of under a mile. Please be aware that a bus also travels this route; pedestrians must stay on the path when the bus is in operation. The Blue Trail has some steep inclines, which may be unsuitable for wheelchair or mobility vehicle users. The Causeway stones can be slippery and dangerous when wet - always heed the advice of our staff.

CREEPY CRAFTS (2:00pm - 4:00pm)

Get into the Halloween spirit by getting creative and making your own creepy craft to decorate your home!

Feel free to dress up!

National Trust Members and Local Pass Holders gain free access. Online booking is strongly recommended.

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, café, use of all facilities and reserved onsite parking.

Please wear comfortable clothing suitable for the weather on the day and appropriate shoes/footwear.

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

Be there if you dare...

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The basalt stones at Giant's CausewayGiant's Causeway, BushmillsFlanked by the wild North Atlantic Ocean and a landscape of dramatic cliffs, the Giant's Causeway is a geological wonder and home to a wealth of history and legend. The 40,000 basalt stone columns left by volcanic eruptions 60 million years ago, has captured the imagination of all who see it.

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