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Bloody Hutchinson Festival - Ballymoney

Ballymoney, 26 Oct - 28 Oct

Celebrate Halloween in Ballymoney with these free events. Talk by S. Alex Blair on George Bloody Hutchinson, Halloween themed arts and crafts, children's and community lantern parade and family fun and games with spooky characters in the town!

Portrush Sea Tours

Portrush

Portrush Sea Tours are offering sightseeing experiences by rib from Portrush Harbour. Seeing our beautiful coastline from the sea will be an unforgettable experience.

Paper Fig

Portstewart

Paper Fig Kitchen & Coffee is an exciting new cafe open on the picturesque seafront of Portstewart, serving the best in local produce. We pride ourselves in providing the best coffee and breakfast/lunch on the North Coast.

Glenariff Tea House and Craft Shop

Glenariffe, Ballymena

Situated one hour from Belfast on the Causeway Coastal Route and renowned for its 'Afternoon Tea' the Glenariff Teahouse offers not just magnificent views but a mouth watering menu of home made food sourced from local ingredients.

Xplore Outdoors

Ballycastle

North Coast Outdoor Activities Provider

The Coastal Zone, Portrush

Portrush

Coastal Zone is home to coastal and marine exhibitions. Indoor rock pool with live sea creatures.

The Arcadia

Portrush

The Arcardia includes children's feature paddling pools, play frame and sand area. Fantastic views of East Strand and Whiterocks.

55 Degrees North

Portrush

55 Degrees North is the Causeway's newest restaurant set in the heart of Portrush with breathtaking views overlooking the Skerries Islands, East Strand and Scotland.

Barry's Amusements Limited

Portrush

Established for over 70 years, Barry’s is the largest amusement park in Ireland with the very latest rides for indoor and outdoor entertainment.

Mountsandel Fort

Coleraine

Mountsandel Wood is the earliest known settlement of man in Ireland dating to between 7600 and 7900BC. Flint tools were found here, indicating that Stone Age hunters camped here to fish salmon in the natural weir.
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