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Belfast City Tour


Belfast & Northern Ireland

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  • Visit The Belfast Peace Wall
  • Explore the Republican Museum
  • Free Time in Belfast
  • HMS Caroline
  • The Titanic Experience

Time: 8:00am (Arrive 10mins before)

Location: Molly Malone Statue on Suffolk Street  See map


Adult – €65

Student / Youth(13-16) / Senior  -  €60

Children (5-12)  -  €32.50

Infant (0-4)  -  Free


Add a meal back in Dublin at The Riddler Restaurant serving modern Irish Food.

( Add on our booking page  –  Your guide can drop you off at the restaurant  )


Let us take you on an insightful journey to the great city of Belfast ,capital of Northern Ireland. Visit the Republican museum (Tuesday to Saturday only), Peace Wall and murals of West Belfast, acting as stark reminders of the times of political turmoil, now coined ‘the Troubles’. After free time to explore Belfast city centre, jump aboard the HMS Caroline for a tour of a real life war ship that served in WW1 and WW2.  You will then visit the highlight of the tour, the Titanic Experience Tour.



8:00am - Departs from the Molly Malone Statue on Suffolk street
This Belfast day tour departs from the Molly Malone Statue on Suffolk Street. We have to stress that our tours leave on time so we highly recommend that you are at the meeting point ten minutes early.  Your guide will meet you, introduce himself and you’ll meet your travel companions for the journey. We’ll make our way out of the city heading north. Your driver will point out some interesting landmarks that you might visit on your return to Dublin such as the famous Croke Park Stadium. As you drive north your guide will give you an insight into Northern Ireland’s turbulent and complex history.
10:30am - Arrive in Belfast City
You arrive in Belfast City and head straight to the west of the city. You will visit the Shankhill road, a unionist stronghold and the Falls road which is a republican stronghold. This was a particular hot spot during the troubles with many riots, shootings and bombings by both sides. There was a wall erected to divide and protect the communities from each other and over the years this wall has got larger. The wall and surrounding buildings are decorated with murals depicting people and events that are important to the opposing communities. You will see a stark contrast in what is depicted in these murals. You will also visit the Republican museum (not open Sun & Mon) before we head to the Titanic Quarter.
12:00pm - Explore Belfast city center and have some lunch
We have between 1 1/2 – 2 hours here as free time to explore Belfast city centre and have lunch in one of the many pubs and restaurants (not included). Here are a few suggestion of things to do during this time:

- Fancy a pint? Then drop in to one of the city’s oldest and most interesting bars – the Crown Liquor Saloon.

- Visit Saint Anne’s cathedral, also known as Belfast cathedral.

- See Albert’s Memorial Clock known as the leaning tower of Belfast.

- Drop into one of Belfast’s main landmarks at the Belfast City Hall.

1:15pm - HMS Caroline
After free time to explore Belfast city centre, jump aboard the HMS Caroline for a tour of a real life war ship that served in WW1 and WW2.
3:30pm - Titanic Experience
.Titanic Belfast extends over nine interactive galleries, with multiple dimensions to the exhibition, drawing together special effects, dark rides, full-scale reconstructions and innovative interactive features. Explore the shipyard, travel to the depths of the ocean and uncover the true legend of Titanic, in the city where it all began. 
7:00pm - Arrive back in Dublin
Arrive back in Dublin and tell all your friends about your adventure to Northern Ireland on your Belfast day tour!



Belfast day tour , Peace wall

Peace Wall

The First Peace walls were built in 1969 dividing the republican and the unionist communities. They were intended to be a temporary solution lasting only 6 months but they became a permanent fixture getting higher and longer as time went on. There are now 48 peace walls in Northern Ireland with the majority in Belfast. The peace wall we visit is between Falls Road and Shankhill Road. Both these areas are infamous as volatile points during the troubles. The walls are covered in murals – depicting the struggle as seen by two opposing sides. It is a fascinating visit and an introduction to Belfast’s troubled history.



City hall , Belfast day tour

Belfast City Hall

Belfast city is a vibrant cosmopolitan city with fantastic shopping.  Enjoy some free time exploring the meandering streets and chat to the friendly locals.  Visit the craft and food market at St Georges or just enjoy walking around and soak up the atmosphere. During your time here you’ll see that Belfast has come a very long way from it’s troubled past



Picture Murals, Belfast day tour

Belfast Murals

You guide will take you by bus around many of the fascinating murals of Belfast.  View these works of art from the days of te troubles from both sides of the conflict through the Falls and Shankill Roads.


HMS Caroline

Hms Caroline Belfast tour

HMS Caroline

HMS Caroline is a decommissioned C-class light cruiser of the Royal Navy that saw combat service in the First World War and served as an administrative centre in the Second World War. Caroline was launched and commissioned in 1914. At the time of her decommissioning in 2011 she was the second-oldest ship in Royal Navy service, after HMS Victory.


Titanic Experience


Titanic Experience

Explore the shipyard, travel to the depths of the ocean and uncover the true legend of Titanic, in the city where it all began.



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