Description

Enjoy a unique guided walking tour, hear stories of the city's maritime and industrial heritage and political and religious upheavals.

The Mic n Hike Tour starts where Belfast began, on the banks of the River Lagan, where the ‘Big Fish' is today on Donegall Quay.
    

Highlights include:


  • 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.

Price: £11
Belfast Mic n Hike
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Tour starts at The Big Fish
62 Donegall Quay,
Belfast.
BT1 3NH

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.

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