And now you can tour it from the comfort of your living room with the National Trust's virtual tour of Northern Irish landmark.
The iconic natural wonder is made up of over 40,000 basalt columns, which are interlocked and found themselves here because of a volcanic fissure eruption in ancient times.
Located just three miles from the town of Bushmills in County Antrim, the Giant's Causeway is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has held this title since the 1980s.
Some of the tallest basalt columns stand at around 12 metres high, with them eventually getting smaller and smaller until they disappear under the sea. They are mostly hexagonal, with six sides, but some have four sides up to eight sides.
The National Trust's panoramic shot allows you to view the Causeway from one of the lower columns, with a wonderful view over the North Atlantic Ocean and onto Scotland too.
You can control the viewing by a click of your mouse or with your finger on a touchscreen or if you want to just sit back and view the landscape, it has a handy auto rotate feature built in.