Tourist sites are preparing for the boom in summer stays



NEW outdoor experiences for visitors continue to emerge in the North as the local tourism industry braces for a summer travel boom.

In Co Antrim, Glenarm Castle has invested around £ 500,000 in anticipation of families heading to the coast.

General manager Adrian Morrow said the resort has opted for a diverse range of new attractions.

Among them is the new Mini Land Rover Experience, which will allow young children to get behind the wheel of a downsized 4×4 to drive the first Mini Land Rover off-road adventure course in Northern Ireland.

Intended for 3-11 year olds, the five cars have a steering wheel, an ignition key, an accelerator, lights, a steering switch with accompanying adults having access to a remote control that turns the car off. from a distance.

“We have taken great care to make sure families have a fantastic, safe and enjoyable adventure,” said Mr. Morrow.

“Kids will enjoy taking control of the wheel of Land Rover mini cars and taking on the ‘challenges’ on our specially designed outdoor course.

“With many people choosing to vacation at home this summer, we expect the experience to be in high demand. We encourage anyone wishing to bring their family to enjoy the Mini Land Rover experience to book in advance to avoid disappointment.

The new company is sponsored by Charles Hurst Land Rover and supported by NFU Mutual.

It is part of a range of new and improved attractions at Glenarm Castle which includes vacation capsules with sea views, a heritage center, a museum, a woodland walk, electric bike rental, a castle and a milk parlor, offering ice cream made with milk from the remaining northern Shorthorn dairy herd. The £ 500,000 investment has created up to 20 full-time and part-time jobs.



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