Belfast Hidden Tours explore the city's art, history, politics and culture by walking the streets, meeting local people and enjoying the craic!

Come see the parts of Belfast you won’t see from the back of a bus! The best way to discover Belfast is by walking through its streets, meeting its people and enjoying the craic. The tour visits many aspects of the city including art, history, politics and culture.
Belfast Hidden Tours is unique, working in partnership with many local artists, historians and trades people to ensure you get the maximum exposure to the real Belfast.Belfast has a great deal to offer in terms of history, culture and art, and as a relatively small city, we are fortunate that such a large area of this beautiful and fascinating city can be explored in such a small space.
Learn about Belfast's history as a centre of trade, industry and culture through the ages. From its role in the formation of the United Irishmen and the 1798 Rebellion, to the horrific loss of life during the Belfast Blitz of 1941 and the 30 years leading up to the Good Friday Peace Agreement of 1998, locally known as The Troubles.
Tours run Monday – Sunday, at 10am and 12pm. Tickets priced at £10 and are available from the Visit Belfast Welcome Centre.
c/o Visit Belfast Welcome Centre
9 Donegall Square North,
  • Why choose Belfast Hidden Tours
    • In-depth historical and cultural view of Belfast
    • Interactive and fun tour guides
    • Meet local artists and historians
    • Photo stops at top Belfast attractions
    • Tea and coffee break provided free of charge.
  • Belfast Pub Experience

    The ultimate experience for taking in the culture and craic that Belfast has to offer. Located in a private bar in Maddens Bar, the home of traditional music in Belfast, begin with a tasting session of local drinks including whiskey, gin, cider, beer and a local potato based vodka. Irish musicians, dancers and story tellers will tell our unique story, ‘The Belfast Story'. To finish there will be a live Irish music session later that night.

    Standard shows are on Friday and Saturday nights, the drinking session and show are from 7pm-9pm. Live traditional Irish music session will begin at 10pm approximately.

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