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Tour Ticket Ireland organises and develops visitor experiences for visitors to explore the brilliant sights, locations and attractions in Belfast.

Belfast Day One Experience
Including Titanic Belfast, SS Nomadic, Black Taxi Murals Tour
Experience the most visited tourist attraction in the world at Titanic Belfast, and see up close the workmanship, history and story of Belfast ship building, and world’s most luxurious Liner. In order to understand some of the history of Belfast, take a Black Taxi Tour of the Belfast Peace Wall and murals, to learn about the period known as the troubles. You can even sign the wall beside many famous leaders and celebrities.
Belfast Day Two Experience
Including Titanic Belfast, SS Nomadic, Black Taxi Murals Tour, Crumlin Road Gaol, Orange Heritage Museum, Black Taxi Landmarks Tour (Stormont, Belfast City Hall, Belfast Castle, Titanic Quarter).
View Belfast's many landmarks and abundant heritage sites with the Day Two Experience. Named as the top region to visit 2018 by Lonely Planet, it’s time to experience Belfast for yourself. You will learn how political, social and economic life helped shape the city, and the two main traditions within it.
Ultimate Experience
Including Belfast Day One or Two and also includes: Belfast Dining Experience, Eastside Visitors Centre, Kingspan Stadium Tour and the National Stadium at Windsor Park Tour. 

Belfast Dining Experience

Do you want to taste the many wonderful foods that Belfast has to offer, from seafood platter, traditional, authentic and indigenous dishes, sourced locally, cooked by some of the finest chefs, and served in superb locations throughout Belfast? Tour Ticket Ireland offers the Belfast Dining Experience, which showcases some of the best food in the city.
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Top Reasons To Visit

  • See some of the best visitor attractions in Ireland
  • Authentic and real life stories revealing key periods in history
  • Experience the spirit of the people, communities and humour
  • Traditional food and dining experiences in great locations
  • The buildings, museums and landmarks that have shaped the city
  • Belfast Day One Experience

    Including Titanic Belfast, SS Nomadic, Black Taxi Murals Tour
    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.

    Complete your Titanic Experience with a visit to the world’s last remaining White Star vessel and RMS Titanic’s original tender ship - SS Nomadic! Walk the decks, explore the ship, and take journey through over 100 years of authentic maritime and social history.

    Tour Ticket Ireland's partner, Taxi Trax, provides the Belfast Mural Taxi Tour which will take you on an educational and enlightening journey of the famous Belfast murals. You will learn the history and politics of Belfast and Ireland – particularly about the period known as the Troubles.

    The tour focuses on both sides of our community. Visit the mainly Catholic (or Nationalist) Falls Road and the mainly Protestant (or Unionist) Shankill Road. Cross the peace line or peace wall that continues to separate both communities. See murals which are used to tell their story, celebrate the past and raise awareness about how political decisions affected their communities.

  • Belfast Day Two Experience

    Including Titanic Belfast, SS Nomadic, Black Taxi Murals Tour, Crumlin Road Gaol, Orange Heritage Museum, Black Taxi Landmarks

    Belfast Landmarks Taxi Tours are an informative, light-hearted and humorous experience. As your expert tour guide shares a personal anecdote or nugget of local history, you can be sure that you will have seen and experienced the real Belfast. The landmarks tour will include: Belfast Castle, Stormont Buildings, Belfast City Hall, Ulster Museum, Titanic Shipyards, St Anne’s Cathedral, Albert Clock, Milltown Cemetery, and many more.

    The Museum of Orange Heritage at Schomberg House, Belfast is situated on the Cregagh Road in East Belfast. The museum aims to educate, encourage understanding, address negative perceptions and build confidence with all those that come to visit.

    This site focuses on the history and traditions of the Orange Institution, beginning with the Glorious Revolution, and travels right through until the present day. There is also a strong focus on Orangeism around the world with a fascinating and exciting collection of artefacts to enhance the story of the Institution.

    Crumlin Road Gaol
    dates back to 1845, and closed its doors as a working prison after 150 years in service in 1996. The Gaol has re-opened as a visitor attraction after extensive renovations and today you can take a guided tour of the prison.

    The Gaol Tour comprises of a qualified guide exploring the prison with your allocated group. Your guide will inform you about the Gaol’s history including when women and children were imprisoned, the executions that were carried out, it’s more recent history and learn about why the decision was taken to close the prison.

  • Ultimate Experience - National Stadium at Windsor Park-Belfast

    Including Belfast Day One or Two and also includes: Belfast Dining Experience, Eastside Visitors Centre, Kingspan Stadium Tour and the National Stadium at Windsor Park Tour. 

    The Education and Heritage Centre: Located at the National Stadium at Windsor Park, it tells the unique story of Northern Irish football using a varied range of media key artefacts from the 1880s to the present day. Here, visitors will relive the atmosphere of match day, gain insights into the drama on and off the pitch and feel the rush of emotions shared by everyone inside the stadium, whether their team wins or loses.

    Nevin Spence Education Centre-Part of Stadium Tour: a unique cultural museum that tells the story of the growth of rugby in Ulster and Ireland through a variety of interactive games and innovative displays. Built in commemoration of Ulster Rugby's own Nevin Spence who tragically lost his life, along with his father and brother, in a farming accident in September 2012, the center stands as a tribute to the huge impact the young player had on the Ulster Rugby family.

    East-Side Visitors Centre: This visitor centre signposts and connects visitors to key attractions and the famous faces and places of east Belfast. Visitors to Eastside Visitor Centre can access information on the city’s attractions from interactive digital screens, interpretative panels and a wall map revealing East Side’s famous faces, places and industries including:

    • CS Lewis Square
    • Van Morrison
    • George Best
    • The Yardmen Trail.
  • Belfast Dining Experience

    Book a tasty dining experience around some of Belfast's best loved eateries including:

    • Stix and Stones: Hot stone cooked steak and delicious local seafood
    • Holohans Irish Panty: Authentic and indigenous local food
    • Cuffs Bar and Grill at Crumlin Road Gaol: a historical dining experience
    • Beile Blasta: The West Belfast dining experience
    • Bia Cafe: Located in Culturlann, experience the food, sounds and arts of the Irish language community.

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