Causeway School Museum
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52 Causeway Road, Bushmills, Antrim,
T: (028) 2073 2142
The Causeway School Museum is a stunning Arts and Crafts building situated beside the Giants Causeway. Built in 1915 by the architect Clough Williams Ellis in memory of the local landowner Lord Edward Macnaghten the school provided local children with a modern building and revolutionary teaching methods. The school now operates as a museum and an education centre for visiting schools. The museum houses some fascinating artefacts and some important artwork by the renowned Ulster sculptress Rosamund Praeger.
Visit the Causeway School Museum today and discover a wealth of stories and characters that shaped the fate of this building and learn more about school life in rural Ireland. Have a go at copper plate writing or play with period children toys such as the Diablo and Whiping top!
Please note during term times visiting hours are restricted, please phone ahead.