Crumlin Heritage Trail

If you love all things old and full of history, visit Crumlin and indulge yourself with some fascinating and unique historic attractions. Crumlin is steeped in Christian Heritage and has numerous churches in the area; some in use, some ancient remains.

County

Antrim

Distance

1 miles

OS Map

Sheet 14

Nearest Town

Crumlin

Route Shape

Circular

Route Type

Riverside, Urban, Woodland

Terrain

Off-road paths

Grid Reference (Start)

J154764

Grid Reference (End)

J154764

Point of Interest

The Tree Circle, The Cockle House

Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Other Area

Route Description

Walk back towards the main road, turn left and cross the road. On the left side is the Tree Circle, on the right is the Old Mills Complex. Walk back down towards the Triple-Level Bridge, from there, walk down towards the town centre. Turn right onto Main Street; The 1st Presbyterian Church is on your right. Walk back up Main Street towards the Clock Tower, then back to the car park. Take the riverside and woodland walks which lead to a water fall and Cockle House.

Getting to the Start (by Public Transport)

Translink - journeyplanner.translink.co.uk

Getting to the Start (by Car)

Park in Crumlin Glen car park (entrance on the right-hand side of the bridge, just before the river).

Facilities

Refreshments and toilets are available throughout Crumlin, as are additional car parks.

Publication

Historic Antrim Heritage Trail

Publication Availability

The leaflet is free of charge and available from Antrim Tourist Information Centre: tel 028 9442 8331

Walk Location
Map of Northern Ireland