56 fun things to do in County Antrim

Antrim; the land of giants and the birthplace of legends. Too dramatic? If you think that, you’ve never been to Antrim! There’s so much to see and do, due to the long history and cultural heritage County Antrim, Northern Ireland has to offer. Antrim is a rare and beautiful place to be.

Perhaps it’s the history that you’re interested in, in which case, make sure to check out the amazing Museums Antrim has to offer and the sites of Heritage the county boasts. Also, make sure you don’t miss out on the magnificent Castles!

Antrim has plenty of green areas too! If you’re looking to get away from it all for a while, perhaps you’re interested in going on an unforgettable Walk, or getting to know some of the incredible Wildlife. If you’re looking for something even more relaxing and fun, why not try Fishing?

Welcome to the home of great Literature! Explore Narnia at the C.S. Lewis trail, or relax at the iconic Linen Hall Library.

Antrim is the ideal place to spend time with your family, so if you’re looking for a Family Friendly day out, get lost in the hedge maze at Carnfunnock, or learn about science at W5!

There are also lots of Free activities to do in Antrim, so you’ll never be stuck for something to do. There are even lots of activities suitable for Stag & Hen parties too!

Be sure to check out the activities specifically in Belfast for more County Antrim activities!

Things to do in County Antrim

Are you an aircraft buff? Would you like to get up close and personal with over 40 different aircraft including vintage fighter planes and military helicopters? Look no further, as the Ulster Aviation Society may be …

Don’t look down! The Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge hangs high above the water and is open to the elements. 100 feet high and 70 feet wide, crossing it is an adventure. Originally used by salmon fishermen, the …

Flame is Ireland’s only preserved Victorian gasworks. FLAME Gasworks opened in 1855 and supplied the town with gas made from coal until 1967. It was subsequently used to distribute gas piped from Belfast until its closure …

Ever wanted to take a flight? The Ulster Flying Club can make your dreams come true! Take part in some flying lessons with the help of their fully qualified team of experienced instructors. No need to …

In May 2001 Ballymoney Borough Council officially opened the Joey Dunlop Memorial Garden where visitors have time to reflect on the unprecedented achievements of this much-loved international motorcycling legend. Joey Dunlop, born in Ballymoney in 1952, …

Attention all Funstackers, it’s time to tick off Kayaking touring off your bucket list! Viator in Ballymore provides a breath-taking kayaking touring experience where you will get to explore the coast and caves of Northern Ireland …

Discover the story of Northern Ireland during the Second World War. Situated in Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter the museum preserves and displays a unique collection relating to the Belfast Blitz, the American forces, the Ulster Home Guard, …