County Antrim Camping Sites, Caravan Parks and Holiday Parks

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Campsites, Camping and Holiday Parks in County Antrim

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Events, Attractions and Places to Visit in County Antrim

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  • Benvarden House & Garden
    This historic estate of Benvarden was built in the 1630s & has been owned by the Montgomery family since 1798. Benvarden Garden has beautiful rose beds, a well stocked kitchen garden, a Victorian woodland pond & also has a Tea-room for refreshments.
    Awarded number one spot in the Irish News Newspaper 2009 "Best Gardens in Ireland''.
    Part of the Historic Houses Association with over 315 properties throughout the UK to visit.

  • The Railway Preservation Society of Ireland
    Ireland now has some 2300 km of public railways, all 1600mm (5'3") gauge. Most of the system predominantly carries passengers & freight traffic is light, by international standards.
    Northern Ireland Railways operates 357km & some lines, particularly on this system, carry no freight at all.

  • The Grand Opera House, Belfast
    Laughter, Tears & Applause since 1895 - is their motto!!
    Check website for programme of events for the year.
    Box Office: (028) 9024 1919 Email:
    Stage Door: (028) 9024 0411 Fax: (028) 9023 6842

  • King's Hall Complex
    Built in 1934, The Kings Hall Complex has been Northern Irelands main venue for exhibitions, concerts, conferences, indoor sporting events & outdoor events for a long time now.
    The Complex has also hosted many famous events, which has brought Belfast, Northern Ireland & Ireland itself, to the worlds attention.

  • National Trust - Pattersons Spade Mill
    The last working water-driven spade mill in daily use in the British Isles.
    If you have ever thought about the spade, its origins & the Industrial Revolution, then this mill is the place to discover the history & culture of such an everyday item.

  • Custom House, Queen's Square, Belfast
    The Custom House was designed by the architect: Charles Lanyon. Built 1854-7 from Glasgow freestone around three sides of a raised forecourt, facing inland, and reached by a shallow flight of steps. The interiors are still intact, serving their original purpose and still linked directly to the port.
    Open Saturdays - 10am to 4pm

  • Tullynewbank Stables, Crumlin
    Horses and ponies are available to suit all levels of rider. TNB has a spacious all weather floodlit manege, show jumps, trail riding and training cross-country fences. A well stocked Tack & Feed Shop is on site.
    BHS Approved Qualified Instructors. Age Range - from 5 years old. Shows held on a regular basis.
    Weekly Children & Adult Day Camps throughout holidays.

  • Dunluce Castle
    Open All Year round - Daily
    - opening hours vary according to the time of year.
    April to September 10.00am – 6.00pm (every day). October to March 10.00am – 5.00pm (every day).
    Last admission half an hour before closing time.
    Contact: Telephone 028 207 31938

  • National Trust - The Crown Bar
    The most famous pub in Belfast.
    Open all year - Daily from 11:30am - 11pm except Sundays 12:30pm - 10pm
    CLOSED 2 days in April, Spring Bank Holiday Monday, 2 days in July & Christmas Day & Boxing Day.
    Last admission 30 minutes before closing.

  • National Trust - Giants Causeway
    Northern Irelands iconic World Heritage Site & Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is home to a wealth of local history &legend - Giants Causeway

  • Public Forests in Co. Antrim
    Public Forests in County Antrim - full of woodland walks but no recreational centres, unless indicated on the website.

  • Belfast Waterfront
    Belfast Waterfront opened in 1997 & has welcomed more than 5 million visitors since then. It is now world famous for holding many important conferences, together with national and international performers appearing regularly.
    Main contact telephone number is 028 9033 4400
    Box Office No: 028 9033 4455 & Fax No: 028 9024 9862

  • Divis & the Black Mountain
    In the heart of the Belfast Hills you will find that these mountains make a great backdrop for the city itself, with panoramic views, plenty of trails to walk & a variety of wildlife to see - just make sure you have the right footwear!! Toilets are available, incl. disabled facilities.
    Open All Year - Dawn to Dusk. Dogs Welcome.

  • Larne Museum – Carnegie Centre
    The Carnegie Centre houses Larne Museum, a temporary exhibition gallery, auditorium & education centre. The Museum charts Larne Borough’s maritime, agricultural, industrial & social history through a range of exhibits & interactive features. The temporary gallery has a wide variety of exhibitions throughout the year including historic costume & art exhibitions. Pinky Moons restaurant also available.

  • Belfast Castle
    Belfast Castle, located in the Cave Hill area of north Belfast, was built in the 1860s and is one of the city's most famous landmarks.
    Check the website for more information.

  • National Trust - Carrick-a-Rede Island
    Enjoy a truly clifftop experience & take the rope bridge to Carrick-a-Rede island.
    Fantastic views and wildlife, especially for bird-watching.

Information about County Antrim

Some information about County Antrim from Campsite Finder Online, your online guide to camping and caravanning.

Belfast may grab all the attention, but while the Northern Ireland capital is now one of the top city break destinations in Europe, with cool boutiques, hip bars and stunning Victorian architecture, there’s a lot more to County Antrim than just the urban buzz of its biggest city.

With one of the most awesome sights in the world – the Giant’s Causeway– an exceptionally beautiful coastline, historic castles and nine sublimely scenic glens, Antrim will win you over with its many charms.

Harland and Wolff Shipyard

Belfast is home to the world famous Harland and Wolff Shipyard which has been involved in the construction of numerous vessels throughout the century, with the most famous surely being The Titanic.

Public access to the shipyard is limited, applications made in writing to the Public Affairs Office.

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Other castles in the Co. Antrim area are Dunluce & Carrickfergus.

Carrickfergus is a place that visitors make return visits to, to experience its welcome, charm old & new, as well as its views to Scotland on a clear day & variety of wildlife.

With the famous 12th century Norman Castle with views of its ancient Harbour & 16th centary stone walls enveloping the town, together with the variety of shops, cafes, parks & floral displays, winner of {Ulster in Bloom} several times, you will find plenty to see & do.

To find out more about the area & its attractions then contact the Carrickfergus Tourist Information Centre which is located in the Museum & Civic Centre in the heart of the Carrickfergus town.

Carrickfergus Tourist Information Centre,

Carrickfergus Museum & Civic Centre,

11 Antrim Street,

Carrickfergus, BT38 7DG.

Tele : + 44 (0) 28 9335 8049

Fax : +44 (0) 28 9335 0350

Email :

The opening hours of the Tourist Information Centre & the gift shop are:

April to September:

Monday to Saturday 10.00am to 6.00pm

October to March:

Monday to Saturday 10.00am to 5.00pm


Did you know?

Ireland is home to what is reputedly the oldest daily newspaper in the world still published.

First published back in 1737, early copies of the Belfast Newsletter can be found in Belfast’s Linen Hall Library.

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