The Giant's Causeway is accessible day or night without charge. A public right of way exists which was established in the High Court in London in the late 1800s, this allows unobstructed public access to the site at anytime and also the right of local landowners to draw seasonal seaweed from the shore.

 

The walk down is just over a kilometre and takes around 10/15 minutes. The New Causeway Visitor Centre has a charge for admission  which includes a guided tour of the stones or audio guide. Ticket Prices   Green Travel Tickets apply to people arriving by Public Transport, Bicycle or Foot and includes the Park and Ride from Bushmills.

Tickets can be purchased:  At the Park and Ride in Bushmills. Pre purchase online or inside the Visitor Centre. If you are a National Trust member admission is free and if you join the National Trust on the day you visit, your charges will be refunded.

 

Opening hours for the Visitor Centre are as follows:   Jan:  9am - 5pm       Feb and Mar:  9am - 6pm        April, May and June:  9am - 7pm   July and Aug:  9am - 9pm         Sept:  9am - 7pm        Oct: 9am - 6pm        Nov and Dec:   9am - 6pm   Last admission is one hour before closing.  Access to the Causeway Stones is  24/7 365 days per year and no charge is applied to go there.

There is a shuttle bus which runs up and down to the stones  Charge for this is: Adult £1.00 each way:  Child: 50p each way. The bus also accepts euros. For information about details please email: causewaytic@nationaltrust.org.uk