A truly impressive piece of architecture. Very tall, and very wide. I quite enjoyed the space.
Nothing inside it was interesting, but the building itself was very, very, very nice indeed.
The cafeteria was clean. Not impressive, not interesting, no bargain, the food was bland, but it was very clean. So that was nice.
The gift warehouse was nicely spread out. And just about anything you can get in Atlantic City you could find here with Giant's Causeway written on it. At more than twice the price of the Atlantic City stuff - but it's exotic, because it proves you bought it far away. Keychains. Spoon holders. Tee shirts. Bottle openers. The usual. But well laid out.
There was some stuff actually relevant to the site outside, but frankly it's difficult to come up with anything really engaging to say about an interesting formation of rocks. This is how it happened, and here's some nice folklore, and in the end, it's an interesting formation of rocks, so go outside and get to it.
On the bright side, it's a long walk around, so maybe the eight bucks a piece was worth it to park closer. Well, maybe not - 30 bucks for a parking spot is a usurious.
Avoid it if you can, which you probably won't. So enjoy the view and take your lumps. No hard feelings, Visitors Center: you got me, but I enjoyed the place once I got outside of it.
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