In it's glory days the Dunluce Castle used to be a magnificent sight. It has a tumultuous history with lots of different lords fighting to gain ownership of this land and estate. It was built right on the edge of a cliff overlooking the sea. In 1639, while the second Earl and his Countess were here, part of the castle including the kitchens fell into the sea; seven cooks went with the kitchens. We had fun exploring all the nooks and crannies.
While we were visiting there happened to be an archery demonstration. They also shot a musket riffle. The kids loved watching.