Historic Belfast City Walking Tour

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Over more than 400 years, Belfast has developed from the small Irish settlement of Béal Feirste to a giant of the industrial revolution and later to a scene of a conflict that lasted over thirty years.  At one time the biggest city in Ireland and one of the most industrial city’s in the United Kingdom, Belfast is known as the “Ultimate Victorian City”. Hear about rebellions, the industrial age, the troubles, peace and prosperity, and see our most important city sights - artwork, murals, and architecture plus fascinating if less obvious spots along the way.

Tours start at 10am and 1pm every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, lasting 2 hours and the price is £14 per person. The meeting point is front gates of Belfast City Hall opposite Visit Belfast Information Office. The tour covers approximately 1.5 miles and the ground is level throughout.

Look for Guide with distinctive Blue Umbrella and Walking Tours Belfast branded clothing. Tour will finish close to the City Hall

Main tour locations:

  • Belfast City Hall

  • Linen Quarter

  • Grand Opera House

  • St Anne’s Cathedral

  • Cathedral Quarter

  • Albert Memorial Clock

  • Big Fish

  • St George’s Market

  • Front gates of Belfast City Hall opposite Visit Belfast Information Office
  • Tour will finish close to City Hall
  • Comfortable clothes for any weather. This is a walking tour so comfortable shoes are a must.