County Antrim Tourist Attractions
Ballycastle Rathlin Island Sailings
14 Bayview Road, Ballycastle, County Antrim
Ballycastle-Rathlin Island Sailings daily, weather permitting on the M.V. Canna. 45 mins. Groups and wheelchair users by request. Booking advised. Book in advance for summer minibus trips on the island.
Carnfunnock Country Park
Coast Road, Larne, Co. Antrim, BT40 2QG
Situated on the beautiful Antrim Coast, in an area of outstanding natural beauty, Carnfunnock offers spectacular views of the surrounding area and shoreline with way-marked walks and picnic/BBQ areas. Within the boundaries of the Park you will find, a charming walled garden containing a unique series of sundials, a maze in the shape of Northern Ireland, a children's Activity Centre offering putting, mini cars, trampolines, adventure playground, face painting and a par 3 nine hole golf course; golf driving range, camping and caravanning park, family fun zone with miniature railway, mini golf, bouncy castle, WOW balls and a modern visitor centre with gift and coffee shop.
Carrick A Rede Rope Bridge
60 Causeway Road, Bushmills, County Antrim, BT57
This well-known precarious rope bridge that
crosses an 80-foot deep chasm is a popular
attraction for all ages, run by The National
Trust. Just 20 minutes from the Giant's
Causeway, it makes an excellent day-trip from
Belfast. Visitors walk one mile along the
coastal path before crossing the bridge to the
peaceful island with fabulous views over to
Scotland. The bridge is put up by local salmon
fishermen every year. Tea-room available. Open
April - September (weather permitting).
Giants Causeway Visitors Centre, 60 Causeway
Road, Bushmills, County Antrim
This geological phenomenon renowned for its
columns of layered basalt is a world heritage
site and a fabulous day visit from Belfast (1
and a half hours drive). Owned by the
conservation charity The National Trust, it sits
in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the
North Antrim Coast. Stones and north Antrim
Coastal Path: Open all year.