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Treasure Hunt at Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge

119a Whitepark Road, Ballintoy, Co. Antrim, BT546LS
Rainbow over Carrick-a-Rede Island


Seeking a giant adventure during Mid-Term Break? Look no further!

Get your thinking caps on, solve riddles and decipher clues with the mission of finding out the secrets hidden around Carrick-a-Rede on their first event of 2024!

Get the most answers right, and be in with the chance of getting your hands on a 1 year's free National Trust Membership!

Running from 10:00am - 2:30pm. Pick up your Treasure Hunt from Programming & Partnerships Officer, Keith, at the Ticket Hut located at the White Stones area.

National Trust Members and Local Pass Holders gain free access. Online booking is strongly recommended via the official website. This is a free event; normal admission charges apply.

Ticket price includes the full Visitor Experience; reserved onsite parking, walks and talks illustrating the history of the site, access to all facilities, including the café and restrooms, and rope bridge crossing.

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

The 1km coastal path to the rope bridge covers uneven ground, steps, and is incline on return. The Weighbridge Tea Room is fully accessible.

Dogs on leads are welcome throughout indoor and outdoor areas, however, aren't permitted to cross the rope bridge.

Assemble your team, rally your wits and get ready for a fun-filled day of discovery, mystery and adventure!

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