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I've been to Dunluce Castle many times in the past and have enjoyed each visit. Recently on a day out I decided to visit the castle again only to find huge ugly metal fences and all public right of way paths closed off. Said fences...More
Dramatic, wonderful ruin. Great interpretive materials and historical information. I kept wondering what compelled someone to build a house at the edge of world. It was the vista. You can see for miles in both directions. It was snowing the day I visited, making it...More
We were determined to visit Dunluce Castle on our recent trip to Ireland. We were there in 2014 and saw it from the road but didn't have the chance to stop. I'm so glad we made time this go around! It is an incredible ruin...More
Another great location on the Causeway photo tour. Great place to photograph by day or night. If you want to go into a field to photo ask the farmer, nice guy. Amazing architecture on the old castle, Will visit again
Attractions in the UK are expensive. So say locals. However, I justify the cost by the future value of keeping these historical or environmental places for all to enjoy through restoration or protective projects. While the cost of admission here is lower than others in...More
There are many things to do on this stretch of coast and one of the must do’s is Dunluce Castle.
We spent about an hour here. There is a small museum/information movie (with toilets) to
look at before you head out.
Perched right on the...More
I would allow at least 2.5 (including the walk either way) hours at Giants Causeway and at least an hour at Dunluce , anything else just wouldn't be doing the places any justice .... depends on how many pictures you like to... More
I would allow at least 2.5 (including the walk either way) hours at Giants Causeway and at least an hour at Dunluce , anything else just wouldn't be doing the places any justice .... depends on how many pictures you like to take , and how much exploring you like , a lot of the surrounding grounds at Dunluce are shut off at the moment , should they ever re open then I would add more time