Line of Duty & Belfast City Sightseeing Combo Tour 

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Tour Highlights

  • See the locations used for both AC-12 AND the Central Police HQ
  • Visit AC-12’s iconic graffiti tunnel
  • Stand in the spot where Steve Arnott and John Corbett have their stand off
  • Spot the window where the sniper shoots Jonesy.
  • Follow Dot as he flees from AC-12 HQ
  • Find out about the making of Line of Duty
  • Belfast City Sightseeing Open-top Bus Tour
  • Your 2 ½ hour Line of Duty tour takes you on a behind-the-scenes look at this popular series giving you a chance to stand on the spot of your screen heroes. You'll get the chance to see the locations where some of the most exciting and memorable scenes were filmed. Also learn about the real-life inspiration for this crime drama.

    The tour route is approximately 2 miles long and will go at a leisurely pace. There will be plenty of time and opportunities to take photographs. Throughout the tour, your knowledgeable guide will share anecdotes about filming, snippets about the show's impressive cast list, be entertained with some of the shenanigans that the actors get up to in between takes!

    The Line of Duty Walking tour starts in the centre of Belfast at Irish Tour Tickets before heading straight over to one of the tour's highlights: AC-12 HQ. The fictional anti-corruption unit is where Superintendent Ted Hastings leads DI Steve Arnott, DI Kate Fleming, and the rest of his team fighting corruption within the Central Police Force.

    But of course, all good things have to come to an end, and in Season 6 Steve Arnott has a quiet word with his ex to talk about leaving anti-corruption. We'll take you to the location where this conversation took place.

    A Line of Duty Walking Tour wouldn't be complete without taking you to locations for at least one dramatic arrest, an ambush while transporting a prisoner, and the finding of a dead body.

     

    Belfast City Sightseeing Tour

    The open-top bus tour gives you the chance to ride around the city, whilst hopping on and off at many different bus stops around Belfast at your own leisure. The tour takes in the ever-changing Titanic Quarter, birth place of the RMS Titanic, and now an exciting new development for the city.

    As well as seeing modern Belfast you will also hear the political story of the city and see the political wall murals on the Falls Road and Shankill Road. There is also a stop at the Belfast Peace Wall where you can hop off and leave your mark.

  • See the locations used for both AC-12 AND the Central Police HQ
  • Visit AC-12’s iconic graffiti tunnel
  • Stand in the spot where Steve Arnott and John Corbett have their stand off
  • Spot the window where the sniper shoots Jonesy.
  • Follow Dot as he flees from AC-12 HQ
  • Find out about the making of Line of Duty
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    Belfast City Sightseeing Tour

  • Stop 1: Donegall Square West Departure Point
    Belfast City Hall
  • Stop 2: SSE Arena
    Odyssey Pavilion, W5 Interactive Discovery Centre, Odyssey Cinemas, Ten Pin Bowling
  • Stop 3: Titanic Quarter
    Premier Inn, Titanic Quarter, The Dock Café, PRONI
  • Stop 4: HMS Caroline
    HMS Caroline Tours, Titanic Dock, Green Light and Maritime Mile
  • Stop 5: Titanic Belfast
    Titanic Visitor Experience, SS Nomadic, Vertigo indoor Skydiving, Spud Murphy's
  • Stop 6: St. George’s Market
    Market Days: Friday, Saturday and Sunday
  • Stop 7: Great Victoria Street
    Irish Tour Tickets Tourist Information, Crown Bar, Europa Hotel, Europa Train and Bus Station, Grand Opera House, Holiday Inn Hotel, Hampton by Hilton Hotel
  • Stop 8: Dublin Road
    Golden Mile, Etap Hotel
  • Stop 9: Shaftsbury Square
    Lavery's Bar, Benedicts Hotel, Crescent Arts Centre
  • Stop 10: Queens University
    Ulster Museum, Botanic Gardens, Tropical Ravine (Tours)
  • Stop 11: Eglantine Avenue
    Windsor Park International Stadium, Malone Lodge Hotel, Lisburn Road Shopping
  • Stop 12: Culturlann McAdam O'Fiaich
    Art Gallery, Bookshop and Gifts (Café & Tourist Information, James Connolly Memorial Statue
  • Stop 13: Falls Road
    Falls Memorial Garden, Bobby Sands Mural
  • Stop 14: International Wall Murals
    Peace wall, St Peter's Cathedral
  • Stop 15: Belfast Peace Wall
    Hop off to leave your mark
  • Stop 16: Spectrum Tourist Information Centre
    Spectrum Information Centre, Shankill Road Wall Murals
  • Stop 17: Shankill Memorial Garden
    WWII Murals, Queen Elizabeth Mural
  • Stop 18: Crumlin Road
    Crumlin Road Gaol
  • Stop 19: Clifton Street
    Clifton Street Poor House (Tours), St Patricks Church, St Anne's Cathedral (Tours), Cathedral Quarter
  • Saturdays & Sundays

  • Check-in at Irish Tour Tickets, 10 Great Victoria Street, Belfast at 1:45pm
  • Tour departs from Irish Tour Tickets Shop, 10 Great Victoria Street, Belfast. BT2 7BA (facing the Grand Opera House) at 2:00pm
  • The Albert Memorial, Central Belfast
  • There is a lot of walking on this tour. Please come dressed appropriately for not only the season but also for the activity.

  • Suitable clothing
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Rain coat
  • Professional tour guide.
  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Please check-in 15 minutes before departure time.
  • This tour is independently operated by Irish Tour Tickets Limited.

     

  • Free cancellation of booking up to 48 hours before departure date, no admin fee imposed.
  • Free change of date up to 12 hours before departure date, no admin fee imposed. Change of date can be within 1 year of purchase.
  • We are not made liable for any closures of attractions due to extreme weather.
  • All tours are subject to minimum numbers.
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