Town in County Antrim, Northern Ireland

Larne (Irish: Latharna) is a town and port in County Antrim.

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By ferryEdit

P & O ferries normally sail from Cairnryan near Stranraer in Scotland, taking two hours to Larne. These are suspended in 2020, sail via Belfast.

By roadEdit

The A8 road connects Larne to Belfast. A more scenic alternative is the A2 Antrim Coast Road.

By railEdit

Larne has 2 railway stations, 1 Larne Town and 2 Larne Harbour, both of which are on the same line from Belfast.

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  • 1 Chaine Memorial. cylindrical stone tower lighthouse with a conical roof, a memorial to James Chaine, a former Member of Parliament for Antrim, who died in 1885.    
  • 2 Carnfunnock Country Park. Walled garden, adventure playground, golf driving range and the Northern Ireland Maze    
  • 3 Olderfleet Castle. remains of 16th century tower house    
  • 4 Larne Museum and Arts Centre, 2 Victoria Rd, BT40 1RN, +44 28 2826 2443. M-F: 10AM-4:30PM, Sa-Su: Closed.    

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Routes through Larne
END  W   E  Cairnryan  
END  N   S  NewtownabbeyBelfast  



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