“Walking the cliff paths will be an exhilarating adventure that will excite all the senses”
Originally opened in 1902, The Gobbins cliff path was part of the vision of Berkeley Deane Wise, Chief Engineer of The Belfast and Northern Counties Railway Company, to attract visitors to this spectacular part of Northern Ireland. It opened a new industry to the remote beauty spot – tourism.
The path was rebuilt in 2014 after falling into disrepair and closing in the 1930’s. And is now a major attraction on the famous Causeway Coastal Route.
Tickets can be booked online by clicking here