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  • 1 Dunluce Castle Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Dunluce Road GB - Portrush BT57 8QG

    Few views are as romantic as that of the jagged ruins of Dunluce Castle standing on a lonely rocky outcrop 30m above the sea. Separated from the mainland by a vertiginous narrow passage, it was abandoned after the catastrophic collapse of its kitchen..

  • 2 Temple Mussenden Interesting

    Religious buildings

    A2 GB - Downhill BT51

    This elegant adaptation of the Temple of Vesta in Tivoli, built from local basalt and covered in Ballycastle sandstone, is perched on the cliff edge. This classic rotunda was built in 1785 in the memory of Mrs Mussenden, the bishop's cousin. The bish..

  • 3 Magilligan Strand

    Nature and gardens

    GB - Benone

    Magilligan Strand is a 10km stretch of golden sand dunes. There are various sports facilities at Benone itself. Much of the land is reserved for military purposes. Magilligan Point, with its tower dating back to the Napoleonic Wars, is now a nature r..

  • 4 Dunluce Centre

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    10 Sandhill Drive GB - Portrush

    Standing in the same building as the Tourist Office, this has a number of attractions as once found on the piers, including the Turbotours and Earthquest.

  • 5 Portrush Countryside Centre

    Museums and art

    8 Bath Road GB - Portrush BT56 8AP

    Standing in a former Victorian baths, this presents the ecology of marine life in the region. You can see underwater species from the imaginary wreck of the Nautilus.

  • 6 Hezlett House

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Castlerock GB - Castlerock

    Hezlett House, built in 1691 probably as a pastor's residence, is a long thatched cottage with roughcast walls, loft and roof reinforced by beams. A little museum in the outhouse contains agricultural tools from the Victorian era. The house was taken..

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