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A unique walking tour delivered by former political prisoners who share their personal experiences of the British/Irish conflict
Tours of the Falls Road depart from the Coiste's mural at Divis Tower every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at 10am. Tours last 3 hours.
Top Reasons To Visit
- A unique walking tour
- Learn about the conflict from those who lived through it
- Irish, Basque, Spanish, Italian and French tours also available
Falls Road Mural Tour
A unique walking tour delivered by former political prisoners who share their personal experiences of the British/Irish conflict.
The Coiste’s Falls Road Mural Walking Tour starts at Divis Tower at the bottom of the Falls Road and travels through a main arterial route of West Belfast, visiting The International Wall, the Republican Memorial gardens and many murals, each with their own particular story, some relating to conflict in other areas around the world.The tour finishes at Milltown Cemetery where three of the hunger strikers who died during the 1981 hunger strike are buried with other comrades who also paid the ultimate sacrifice in pursuance of their political beliefs. This tour is a must do for the visitor to Belfast. It is living history provided by those who have lived through the conflict and helped shape the current peace process of today.
After the tour finishes you are invited for a complimentary glass of Guinness in the Felons Club, a local pub, the perfect way to get a little bit of the Irish craic!
This tour is just £12 per person and can be paid cash on the day directly to our tour guide or on the website if you prefer.
- Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday: 10am – 1pm