We are often asked what is the best was to get to the Giants Causeway. Our answer is almost always the same, it depends, and it depends on you and how you like to travel as there are so many different ways to get here. So we have pulled together a few different ways to … Read more


From eerie crater lakes to travertine terraces, the earth has a knack for bringing out surreal landscapes. Some of the most amazing and strangest features are formed via volcanic processes.  As basaltic lava emerges on the floor of the earth and cools down, fascinating geometric features form. Incredible hexagonal basalt rock columns will often form … Read more

The Giants Causeway Official Guide image of the causeway at sunset looking north west towards rathlin island and scotland. The stones are in aan orange hue

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A canvas of the Giant’s Causeway by Dublin artist Susanna Drury, who received a £25 art premium for her work in 1790 (1)

Table of Contents Add a header to begin generating the table of contents The Giants Causeway was said to be discovered in 1692 when William King, the then Anglican Bishop of Derry and future Archbishop of Dublin, along with an unnamed Cambridge Scholar, or Master of Arts, visited the area. As with many discoveries at … Read more

View of the Amphitheatre from thetop of the cliffs

“When the world was moulded and fashioned out of formless chaos, this must have been the bit over—a remnant of chaos!” William Thackeray Tweet Thackeray’s quote describing the Giants Causeway is not far from the truth. Although the original chaos was on a much larger scale and a very very long time ago. The causeways … Read more


The Giant’s Causeway, near Bushmills, has been drawing thousands of tourists from near and far with its mystery and rare geological formations, however, long before modern transport made the journey (slightly) more accessible for travellers to make their way to the County Antrim Coast and the UNESCO World Heritage site situated on one of its … Read more