Guide to County Antrim, Ireland
County Antrim, part of the historic province of Ulster, is one of the six counties of Northern Ireland.
From the dramatic Giant's Causeway and the peaceful Glens of Antrim to the historic city of Belfast, County Antrim is home to some of Ireland's most well-known sights.
Activities, Attractions & Tips for Visiting County Antrim
The city of Belfast is home to the Titanic museum, while the Causeway Coastal Route is one of the most scenic drives in the world.
Other popular tourist spots are the Giant's Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Bushmills Distillery, and the Dark Hedges.
All articles about the Causeway Coast can be found on this page.
What to know before you visit this famous bridge.
Fees, how to visit free, and a great hike high above the Causeway.
Tips for visiting Ireland's famed tree tunnel.
The amazing locations you'll find along the Causeway Coastal Route.
Squireen is an official Irish title. Here's how you can become one.
There is nothing quite like standing upon land you own in Ireland...
Podcasts Featuring County Antrim
Listen to the Traveling in Ireland Podcast for interviews with the people you may meet while you travel through Ireland PLUS Ireland travel tips and places to add to your itinerary.
Visit Belfast- no car required!
Handy Guides to County Antrim
More tips for your visit to Antrim
Belfast guide by In Your Pocket. The best Belfast city guide offering travel information and restaurants, bars, pubs, troubles, sights
The In Your Pocket Belfast and Northern Ireland Guide has a free download that you can print or save to your computer- and then to your mobile device.