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I can't fnd exactly what they say, but the NT has issued a statement that the infomation they display emphasises the "mainstream scientific understanding that the Causeway stones were formed 60 million years ago."
The NT's own online pages about the Giant's causeway talk about it as " the stomping ground of giant Finn McCool, who lived in these parts nearly two thousand years ago. How else can you explain the Chimney stacks that mark his house? The Organ he built for his muscial son Oisín? Or the giant boot he left on the shore?" so if the Creationists views are part of that faerey fancey , I'd have no objection.
However, the press statement goes on to say, "the National Trust is entirely unequivocal in its acceptance of mainstream science." http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/servlet/file/store5/item890121/version1/Interpretation.pdf
Either the National Trust misunderstands the word "equivocal" (ambiguous, doubtful, misleading) and meant equivalent, unbiased, or if misundertsands its role as a public educator.