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Attempting to charge for something thats free... Visitor centre guarded at both entry and exit doors like Buckingham Palace. No ticket, no entry.
Their loss.... No gift shop or cafe access = no money spent/business taken elsewhere.
At £11 per adult this is an absolute rip off unless you are a National Trust member. You don't have to pay to see the acgual stones! The ticket is only for the visitor's centre! For £11 you can go to the coffee shop and...More
We are local members of the National Trust and the facilities in this overwhelmed attraction make us deeply ashamed. We visited yesterday and both the toilets and the cafe were in an absolutely disgraceful state. It is very expensive to go in if you are...More
Would 100% recommend anyone the experience to come here!
My sister and I are National Trust members, so we got to go into the visitor centre which has many cool exhibitions and a souvenir shop. If you buy a ticket, then you can come in...More
The Giant's Causeway Visitor Centre is an impressive building but I was very surprised how little there actually is inside. The price of entrance (£11.50 per adult) gives you access inside and includes an Audio guide. But the majority of the space taken up by...More
For such a world class attraction it is rather a shame the visitor centre does not live up to Giant's causeway. There is the usual NT memorabilia plus items themed on the Giant's Causeway. The cafe reminds me too much of works canteen and whilst...More
The tour bus driver thankfully advised us to avoid the Visitor Center, as the entrance to the causeway is free. I was confused. Why charge approx $15 US to enter a Visitor Center. Our guide advised us we would be paying for a very expensive...More
dear pleb, most of the visitors are being advised in a way which tricks people into assuming you have to pay, being a tourist a lot of people don't feel comfortable asking and just pay up, stewards at the entrance deliver... More
dear pleb, most of the visitors are being advised in a way which tricks people into assuming you have to pay, being a tourist a lot of people don't feel comfortable asking and just pay up, stewards at the entrance deliver their little speeches so that it makes is clear there is no free alternative
Hi Kevin, I was not looking out for wheelchair access but I believe the point of the shuttle buses is to help those eg with disabilities reach the causeway, so I assume they are probably able to accommodate wheelchairs... More
Hi Kevin, I was not looking out for wheelchair access but I believe the point of the shuttle buses is to help those eg with disabilities reach the causeway, so I assume they are probably able to accommodate wheelchairs. Failing that there is a road down to the Causeway, although that may be a little too steep in parts - the National Trust website has a full access statement on its website which may help you work out what your specific requirements are (I tried to paste a link but TripAdvisor didn't like it- Google Giant's Causeway National Trust Access Statement' and it should come up).
Hope that helps!