Enjoy a unique guided walking tour, hear stories of the city's maritime and industrial heritage and political and religious upheavals.
- Views across the River Lagan to the Titanic Slipway
- Clarendon Dry Docks - the oldest in Ireland
- Access into the historic Harbour Office to view the Heritage Room and Captain Smiths dining table, which was finished too late for Titanic (Mon – Fri)
- High Street, the story of Belfast's origins, William III's entry to Belfast, the United Irishmen Rebellion, the Belfast Newsletter's connection to the American Declaration of Independence
- The oldest surviving Church in Belfast and still in use, the historic 1st Presbyterian Church, Rosemary Street
- The Assembly Buildings and the story of the Belfast Slave Ship Company
- The Cathedral Quarter and the fantastic Commercial Court Cultural Murals. How many cultural and sporting icons can you spot?
- St Anne's Cathedral, where you'll see the largest Celtic cross in the world and Writers Square
- Royal Avenue and Bank Square
- The tour ends in the grounds of the fabulous City Hall at the Titanic Memorial, where your guide will highlight other fantastic sightseeing opportunities.
62 Donegall Quay,
Top Reasons To Visit
- Explore Belfasts unique Maritime and Industrial Heritage
- Learn the facinating tales of Belfast's founding fathers.
- See up close the remaining historic ships and Drydocks
- Find out why Belfast was an Industrial Powerhouse by 1900.
- The radio system ensures you don't miss facts or stories
Belfast Mic n Bike
A Cycling version of the tour, Belfast Mic N Bike, which includes the historic Titanic Quarter is available on Sunday's at 11am and 2pm at £15 per person. Tours must be pre-booked 24hrs before the start time. You must provide your own bike, Belfast has its own ‘Belfast Bikes' hire scheme. Helmets, Hi-Vis vests and radio system provided.