The cliffs were a popular tourist attraction when I was a child and they still are today. My family of two adults and three young children managed to visit on a rare dry day!
The new visitor centre enhances the experience by offering a modern, spacious and interesting refuge from the usual bad weather in the area! The facilities are clean and very family friendly, offering things for kids to do and visual presentations, even a cafe! The centre is easily accessible for wheelchair and stroller users.
The gift shop is big and was very busy when we were there. There are souvenirs specific to the cliffs available for purchase.
The cliffs themselves are always beautiful and well worth the drive along the narrow roads to get there. The cliffs are easy to find by following the many signposts.
The pathways for visitors have been modernised allowing wheelchair and stroller access to the cliffs. I was slightly apprehensive about taking my energetic sons to very high cliffs but the new paths kept them very safe without blocking their view or getting in the way of photo opportunities. There are other paths along the cliffs but they fall outside the premise of the visitors centre and so are not accessible to wheelchairs or strollers.
The whole experience is amazing and thoroughly reccomended!
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