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March 2018 What's Open?

March 2018 What's Open?

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For Spring break we are heading over for a week the first part of March, sadly heading home before the 17th. 
I know there are many things that are closed for the off season, but is there a list of what is open year round?
1 adult & 15 year old boy, driving around and not afraid of winter, but hoping for spring!
Posted Wed 6 Dec 2017 6:11 PM
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What a wonderful way to celebrate Spring Break with a trip over to see our wee island, Teresa!

It is true that some attractions are still gearing up for the main season, but many of the top places to visit are open all year round, except Christmas, and will be more than happy to welcome you in early March. 

The weather that time of the year can often be very Spring-like, the days are getting longer and cool mornings bring beautiful sunshiney days. You will still need a coat and we always recommend layers so that you can make yourself comfortable whatever the weather!

We have a community post on Ireland in March 2017, which contains a lot of very useful information about places to visit all over the island of Ireland. Please feel free to take a look and see if there is anything that would fit into your schedule.

Have you any particular place or places you and your son would be interested in visiting during your time with us?

Speak soon,

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Hi Teresa,

May I also encourage you to come and visit us in Ireland.  A warm welcome awaits you, whatever time of year you come!

In particular, may I encourage you to explore the Causeway Coastal Route.  One of the world’s great road trips, it stretches from Belfast all the way to Derry/Londonderry.  In fact, Belfast and the Causeway Coast have recently been named Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2018.

Both historic and rejuvenated, Belfast - with Titanic Belfast being a must see attraction - warrants visiting.  Then you could drive out beyond the city along the scenic Causeway Coastal Route.  It is always open, and in our changeable Irish weather, it reveals the beauty of form, colour and light.  Whether river valleys known as glens, wind-swept beaches or cliff top paths all provide the perfect setting for memorable walks and sharing of hearts.  Central in the route is the Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site, with its hexagonal–shaped basalt stones and columns.  Click andfind out about some more of the sights along the way. http://www.visitcausewaycoastandglens.com/Portals/0/downloads/CCRMap2016.pdf

In our guide, which can be downloaded at http://www.visitcausewaycoastandglens.com/Portals/0/downloads/Causeway-Coast-And-Glens-Visitor-Guide-2017.pdf you can also find information about opening times of particular attractions.

If you have specific questions about the area or need help with booking accommodation we in Coleraine Visitor Information Centre will be only too happy to help you. 

I hope you have a great trip.

Kind regards,

Mary.


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