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Make your way to the stunning Causeway Coast and Glens for wonderful events and festivals happening throughout the year. From vibrant music and concerts, to traditional country fairs, exhilarating world class road races as well as great walking, storytelling and maritime festivals - there's something for everyone!

Events coming soon

Kiln Wing - for EHOD 2017

Bushmills, 10 Sep

See the conservation work that has been carried out in this self-guided tour.

Manor House Walled Gardens- for EHOD 2017

Rathlin Island, 9 Sep - 10 Sep

The Manor House, Rathlin Island, home to the Gage family for over 200 years.

Kinbane Castle- for EHOD 2017

Ballycastle, 9 Sep - 10 Sep

Kinbane means white head and refers to the white limestone on which the castle stands.

Church of the Immaculate Conception- for EHOD 2017

Rathlin Island, 9 Sep - 10 Sep

Parish church built in 1865 on site of an old mill (part of its wall still visible opposite the northern wall of the church), renovated in 1989 and re-opened in March 2017.

Armoy Round Tower-for EHOD 2017

Armoy, Ballymoney, 9 Sep - 10 Sep

The tower dates from the 11th or 12th century.

Rathlin West Light Seabird Centre-for EHOD 2017

Rathlin Island, 9 Sep - 10 Sep

Explore Rathlin West Lighthouse and see into its iconic Red Lantern.

Church of St. Paul - for EHOD 2017

Coleraine, 9 Sep - 10 Sep

St. Paul's Church in the Clothworker's village of Articlave was built to replace the old church at Downhill and consecrated in 1691.

Magherintemple Lodge - for EHOD 2017

Ballycastle, 10 Sep

Visitors have the opportunity to see the conservation work of Irish Landmark in this self-guided tour of the restored gate lodge.

Green Lane Museum - for EHOD 2017

Limavady, 9 Sep - 10 Sep

Located within the beautiful surroundings of Roe Valley Country Park, the Museum gives visitors the opportunity to explore 19th and 20th century history relating to rural life in the Roe Valley including farming, local trades and linen industries.

Dunluce Castle- for EHOD 2017

Dunluce Castle Medieval Irish Castle on the Antrim Coast, Bushmills, 9 Sep - 10 Sep

The iconic Dunluce Castle was built by the MacQuillan family around 1500 and seized by the MacDonnell's in the 1550s, during an era of violence and rebellion.
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