Published Wednesday, 18 July 2012
The centre opened to the public earlier this month. (© Pacemaker)
The interactive exhibit also details the science behind the formation of the stones, 60 million years ago.
The Trust previously said it wants to reflect that the beliefs of some people do not align with mainstream science, but on Wednesday, it stated "elements from this part of the display appear to have been taken out of context and misinterpreted".
A spokesman for the National Trust said it does not promote or endorse any view on how the Causeway was created other than science, but that clarity is needed.
There is clearly no scientific debate about the age of the earth or how the Causeway stones were formed.
"To ensure that no further misunderstanding or misrepresentation of this exhibit can occur, we have decided to review the interpretive materials in this section."
Earlier this month, the Trust said visitors should read and listen to the interpretations at the centre and decide for themselves.
The exhibit was created following a collaboration between the Trust and the Caleb Foundation, which represents evangelical Christians in Northern Ireland, and draws attention to the debate surrounding the creation of the Causeway.
It is expected that around 700,000 people will visit the new centre at the Giant's Causeway in the coming year.