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Antrim Castle Gardens is an historical gem, with nothing like these 400 year old gardens anywhere else in Northern Ireland.

The gardens are a complex living museum containing over four centuries of culture and heritage. Within the heart of the 60 acre gardens is a unique visitor experience, Clotworthy House. Visit the Garden Heritage Exhibition where you can read about the history of the gardens or the Oriel Gallery art exhibitions.

Be sure to visit the Garden Coffee Shop with its delicious menu. Your visit won't be complete without a stop in the visitor shop, stocking a wide range of gifts.

  • Randalstown Road
  • Belfast
  • Antrim
  • BT41 4LH

Top Reasons To Visit

  • Explore the beautiful and unique 17th Century gardens
  • View the Oriel Gallery's range of stunning art exhibitions
  • Discover the Garden Visitor Shop and Garden Coffee Shop
  • Free guided tours available to groups booking in advance
  • Green Flag accredited park

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