Led by an expert guide and starting (and finishing) at Belfast's iconic City Hall, this tour promises to be the perfect two hour introduction to the city of Belfast. You'll stroll around the city, admiring its beautiful architecture, stunning street art and diving into its unique history with the help of your local guide.
Prepare to be transported on an amazing journey through Belfast's history and heritage and celebrate its resilience. Everyone has heard of the TItanic and the Troubles, and during this tour, you'll dive deeper into the topics. There's so much more to discover!
From the point where Belfast first got its name over 1,300 years ago, to historic buildings such as St. Anne’s Cathedral, the Customs House, Exchange Rooms and Kelly’s Cellars, you will hear stories of some of the most intriguing people who called Belfast their home over the centuries. Their goals, desires and their determination to make Belfast a better place during years of turmoil are powerful and enthralling.
The tour will also take you through the cultural hub of the Cathedral Quarter, you will stroll beside the waterfront with views of the river Lagan and over to the iconic yellow cranes, Samson and Goliath, in the Harland and Wolff shipyard where the Titanic was built over 100 years ago. And then you'll explore the historic Entries at the heart of the city centre and see how they have now been turned into an outdoor art gallery.
Finishing your tour at the Titanic Memorial back at City Hall, the entire walk is less than two miles and with 14 stops on the tour, it promises to be an experience which broadens your horizons and opens your mind. Be sure to also take note of the guide’s food and drink recommendations so that you can take advantage of them after the tour!