The National Trust in Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland is truly breathtaking. From the legendary basalt columns of the Giant's Causeway to the wildly beautiful Strangford Lough, the scenery really is diverse.

Brave the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge for stunning views, escape to the romantic ruins of Crom Castle, have a beer in the most famous pub in Belfast - the Crown Bar, or relax in the colourful Italian Garden of Mount Stewart.

Portstewart Strand boasts golden sands and a reputation as one of Ireland's finest beaches whilst Hezlett House and Patterson's Spade Mill will satisfy history enthusiasts.

The National Trust is a charity and is completely independent of Government. They rely for income on membership fees, donations and legacies, and revenue raised from their commercial operations.

The National Trust now have 3.5 million members and 52,000 volunteers who gave 2.3 million hours in 2007/08. More than 12 million people visit their pay for entry properties, while an estimated 50 million visit their open air properties.

They protect and open to the public over 300 historic houses and gardens and 49 industrial monuments and mills.

But it doesn’t stop there. The National Trust also look after forests, woods, fens, beaches, farmland, downs, moorland, islands, archaeological remains, castles, nature reserves, villages - for ever, for everyone.

The National Trust also have many long-term programmes in place to help educate people about the importance of the environment and of preserving our heritage for future generations.
NB. This map is based on the postcode and so may not reflect the exact location.

The nearest Tourist Information Centre is:

Lisburn Tourist Information Centre
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