Co. Antrim's Glenarm Castle and Garden opened to visitors for a new season on Saturday 9 April 2022.
Glenarm Castle and Garden includes a walled garden, a tea room, glamping pods, a mini Land Rover experience, e-bike hire, a castle shop and welcome centre, a pizza pavilion, and a milk parlour that sells ice cream using milk from Northern Ireland's only remaining Shorthorn dairy herd, which is located on the estate.
Additionally, The Tulip Festival and Camp Dalfest will take place at the property from 30 April until 2 May) sponsored by Bloms Bulbs, Camp Dalfest will take place from 16 July until 17 July, and a visitor experience with audio guides which will enhance tours and feature a new progressive web app, a heritage centre and a coach house museum will launch this season.
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The heritage centre and museum are both supported by funding from Tourism NI Experience Development Funding.
Statement By Estate Manager
Estate manager Adrian Morrow stated, "We are looking forward to welcoming visitors to Glenarm Castle and Garden for our new season. A lot of hard work has gone on behind the scenes to ensure we are ready to provide the very best visitor experience. Visitors will enjoy discovering one of Northern Ireland's most beautiful estates as well as exploring the many things to do and see. We look forward to launching our new audio tour, heritage centre and coach museum which, with thanks to support from Tourism NI, will be fantastic additions to our current experiences portfolio."
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