Giant's Causeway centre gets top marks from tourists

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The National Trust's Giant's Causeway visitors centre on the north Antrim coast has opened to the public.

The £18.5m building has taken 18 months to complete and includes exhibition spaces, a cafe and shops.

Walks and trails around the site have also been upgraded, with the addition of a new accessible cliff-top walk for families and people with disabilities.

The decision to rebuild the centre follows years of controversy after the original centre burned down in 2000.

BBC Newsline's Sarah Travers was there for the centre's opening.

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