Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge is currently open with pre-booking online before travelling to the site strongly recommended. The site is open to visitors, however vehicular access is limited to a 2m height barrier, and we are unable to accept group bookings at this time. For full details and to book visit National Trust.
Blue Badge Guide Billy Scott provides black cab mural tours, city tours, Giant's Causeway tours and walking and pub tours.
Also featuring coach tours, and exclusive travel in Belfast and beyond, with a range of themes to fulfill every interest.
Top Reasons To Visit
- See the world famous political and historical murals
- Visit the famous Titanic Belfast Visitor Attraction
- Travel the Antrim Coast Road to the Giant's Causeway
- Take a tour of Belfast City
- Take a walking tour or pub tour
The Black Cab Tour
A tour of some the key points of ‘The Troubles’ using local murals. Travel through the areas you’ve seen on television exploring the murals on both sides of the community, Loyalist and Republican from a historical perspective. Why not write your own message on the peacewalls?
- Duration – Approximately 90 minutes to 2 hours
- Cost – £50 for 1-2 people. £20 per head for 3+ people
Antrim Coast and Causeway Tour
Travel in the comfort of a Mercedes or VW 7 seater, and enjoy an all-day tour of the Antrim Coast. Travel what is internationally recognised as one of the world’s most scenic routes – the Antrim Coast Road. Visit Carrickfergus Castle, beautiful Carnlough, Cushendall, some of the most famous Game Of Thrones filming locations, including Ballintoy Harbour and the Dark Hedges, and visit the magificent Giants Causeway, a natural phenomenon of 40,000 basalt columns that stretch out to the sea.
The City Tour
Explore the five ‘quarters’ of Belfast, and tailor a tour to suit yourself, by foot, cab or car. Find out the history of our inventions, from chocolate to air conditioning. Explore the history of the Titanic and industrialisation, and the more modern industry of film making. Wind your way around the Cathedral Quarter, its entries and alleyways, where it all began, walk in the footsteps of revolutionaries and poets, and see spectacular street art. Travel West for a political tour; visit the Queen’s Quarter for the architecture and even more history of the city.
Uniquely Belfast, fascinating and entertaining – Belfast as you have never seen it.
Discover the history of Belfast – its culture, politics, architecture, things to do and places to go while visiting points of interest across the city.