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Crumlin Road Prison Guided Tour
Dating back to 1845, this former prison is now open to the public for guided tours. Visitors will learn about the site’s extensive history and explore all areas, such as the holding cells and governor’s office.
Belfast City Sightseeing Hop-on Hop-off Bus - 48 Hours
This open-top bus sightseeing tour gives visitors the chance to explore Belfast at their own pace. Visitors can hop on and off the bus at any official stop, with tickets valid for a total of 48 hours. You can soak up the local atmosphere at an Irish pub, check-out the world-wide famous Belfast's political murals from our double-deckers, or get cultural at the Spectrum Centre.
Game of Thrones Filming Locations Tour – Including Giant's Causeway
This fully guided day tour introduces visitors to the best Game of Thrones filming locations on Northern Ireland’s North Antrim coast. Between the eight designated stopping points, visitors will also enjoy views of The Glens of Antrim and a visit to UNESCO-listed Giant’s Causeway. In Irish mythology, the Giant’s Causeway was home to giants and fairies and today it is referred to as Northern Ireland's very own "Eighth Wonder of the World." Visitors are also guaranteed a crossing at the Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge. Out of all the sites used in the TV series, this site is best known for its natural beauty and the rope bridge plays an integral role in the storyline. Crossing the bridge is not compulsory and the only requirement to do so is courage.
Giants Causeway Day Tour from Belfast
This guided tour takes visitors on a round trip from Belfast to the UNESCO-listed Giants Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Bushmills Whiskey Distillery and Dunluce Castle. By driving in the opposite direction to most other tours, the operators promise less crowds and queues along the way.
Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour: 72 Hours
Your hop-on hop-off bus tour ticket is valid for 72 hours so you can visit Belfast’s best attractions at your leisure. Feel free to get on or off the bus as many times as you want at over 30 stops. The stops cover top sites like the Belfast Castle, Titanic Museum, Botanic Gardens and Crumlin Road Gaol. The open-top double-decker bus promises phenomenal city views, while live guides on board ensure you get a good dose of local tips and Belfast history.
Giant’s Causeway Tour
Departing Belfast in a luxury coach, this tour takes you on a coastal adventure to the top of Northern Ireland. Along the way, you’ll uncover charming seaside towns, walk down the famous Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge and visit Carrickfergus Castle. The highlight of the tour will be exploring the Giant’s Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site made up of 40,000 interlocking basalt columns. Your expert guide will share how the craggy formations were created and the many myths and legends surrounding it. The last part of the tour will be a visit to Dunluce Castle, which is only available during Summer, and a journey to the Dark Hedges, both for unique photographic moments.
HMS Caroline and Two-Day Sightseeing Tour
This sightseeing tour of Belfast allows visitors to discover the city at their own pace, thanks to the two-day hop-on hop-off formula. The experience also includes a visit to the HMS Caroline, a Royal Navy cruiser that served in World War I’s Battle of Jutland and is now home to a museum. Visitors will be able to explore the Captain’s Quarters, the Royal Marines Mess and the Seaman’s Wash, as well as the Engine Room, Sick Bay and Galley - all reconstructions of the historic originals. The interactive and augmented reality displays will provide insights on the Battle of Jutland and on life at sea for the over 300 sailors that served on the HMS Caroline. They will also allow visitors to virtually explore areas of the ship that would otherwise remain inaccessible.
DARK HEDGES EXPERIENCE GAME OF THRONES TOUR
This tour walks you through the wildly popular film location with breech trees lined along the road. Led by an experienced guide, you’ll learn about the stories and myths of the place. The Dark Hedges are located on a quiet area in County Antrim of Northern Ireland offering mystical scenery and atmosphere.
Cathedral Quarter Bike Tour
This guided bike tour of Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter will allow you to explore this historic neighbourhood. During your excursion, you’ll see notable landmarks such as Wellington Place and the Albert Clock. Upon arrival to the quarter, you’ll experience a vibrant area full of art, culture, pubs and eateries.
Cathedral Quarter Bike Tour
On this group-pedaled bike tour around Cathedral Quarter, you'll discover the lively neighbourhood of Belfast filled with art and culture. The Cathedral Quarter is a well known area for the city's famous bars and street art. Following your guide, you'll see many local pubs and restaurants during your ride.
HMS Caroline Admission
A chance to step onboard the HMS Caroline, a First World War naval ship situated in Belfast’s Titanic Quarter. You can see a dramatic film on the Battle of Jutland, of which the ship was the only survivor, as well as explore its restored cabins and deck areas. There are interactive exhibits throughout the ship, including the Signal School where your code-cracking skills are put to the test, and the Torpedo School where you can discover examples of naval weaponry.
Titanic Belfast & Belfast City Sightseeing Tour
Valid for 48 hours, this combo ticket gives you the chance to visit Titanic Belfast, a museum dedicated to the legendary vessel located on the site where it was built, and see the best of Belfast on a sightseeing tour. Highlights include the Botanic Gardens, Ulster Museum and the SS Nomadic.
The Titanic Experience
This immersive experience takes you inside the world of the Titanic at the very site where the ocean liner was built. You'll embark on an interactive voyage across six floors of galleries dedicated to the doomed vessel. Situated next to the Titanic slipways, thisis the world’s most extensive experience dedicated to the ship, which was the largest of its kind when it set sail on its fateful maiden voyage in 1912. Journey through the exhibits, exploring the sights, sounds and stories of the Titanic and engaging with recreated rooms and sets for a sense of what life was like on board.
1.1 miles from city centre
Every Belfastian had a family member that worked on the Titanic's construction. History's largest luxury liner was constructed here a century ago in Harland and Wolff’s shipyards. Visit the Titanic Museum and Titanic Studios, see some of the sets from TV's "Game of Thrones" in The Paint Hall, or stroll around Belfast Harbour Marina.
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1.1 miles from city centre
All activity in Queen’s Quarter seems to pivot around Queen’s University. Most of the University’s faculty and students live in this area, which is filled with grand Victorian houses, inviting parks and laid-back cafés. While you’re there, see the historic Lanyon Building on-campus, stroll in the Botanic Gardens or visit the Ulster Museum.
Places to stay from £12 per night
In the city centre
Take a trip to Old Belfast. The old trade and warehousing district is rife with hip bars, like The Duke of York and The Dirty Onion. Stroll past the city’s oldest buildings and churches on Waring Street and Hill Street, shop in Victoria Square for brand-name clothing, or visit Kelly’s Cellar for live Gaelic music and a pint or two of Guinness.
Places to stay from £46 per night
Few cities could claim to have undergone a transformation quite so spectacular as Belfast’s. The capital of Northern Ireland remains characterised by old shipyards and elegant Victorian houses, but its world-class museums, modern art galleries and cosy restaurants have given the city a new lease of life.
Points of interest include Titanic Belfast, an award-winning and state-of-the-art museum that tells the story of the world’s most famous ship, and the Botanic Gardens, which houses tropical plants and birds inside its birdcage-like glass dome. Make your way through music-filled ‘trad bars’, take a free tour of Belfast City Hall, or shop for fresh food and local art at St. George’s Market – the oldest and most popular market in the city.
But the appeal of Belfast doesn’t rest solely in its centre. The city is also a great base for visiting various filming locations from 'Game of Thrones'. Immerse yourself in the world of the hit TV series, with guided visits to ‘Winterfell Castle’, ‘the Haunted Forest’ and the ‘Iron Islands' on the country’s craggy northern coastline.
At night, head to the city’s Cathedral Quarter for the trendiest bars in town, and to experience the city's characteristic warm welcome.
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|Most popular time to visit||June–August|
|Cheapest time to visit||January–March|
|Average weekend price||£105 per night|
|Average weekday price||£94 per night|
|Typical stay||1 night|
Titanic Experience was fantastic. Drove straight through city centre with no problem to get to the north Antrim coast road. Not happy with telephone call to Red Cross when I tried to get a wheelchair on loan for my wife. I was uncomfortable with the third degree about her over the phone. I offered to visit their office near City Airport, but the rep insisted I answer his questions over the phone. I ended the call. telling him to forget it. On the contrary, we easily got a wheelchair at the Titanic Experience, & the assisted travel people at City Airport were wonderful, arriving & leaving.
The best place on the planet.....Slightly biased in that statement....I’m part of the genetic strands that seen Belfast in its infancy and contributed to the fine structures of commerce and industrial development that is for all to see
The city sightseeing bus tour is a must. I did the full tour twice! Really great guides and it allows to get familiar with the layout of the city. Very good value around £12.50 I got my ticket at 3pm-ish and its valid till the same time next day. Stops at all the major attractions. City and people itself is everything they say Ireland is. Big and friendly. Really enjoyed my stay and will definitely return.
I went to a performance at the Grand Opera and the Hotel could not have been better since it is next door , so it was really convenient. There were excellent and well known Bars nearby which I thought reflected the character of Belfast that I appreciated a lot.
The small local, independent tours were great. Also there were plenty of day-trip bus tours all around the coast. I particularly liked the traditional pub and music tours. The prison was interesting and the guide knowledgable.
It's definitely worth buying a hop on hop off tour ticket for the 2 days including the titanic experience as you actually get use of the bus for 3 days. Parking is quite expensive so as we stayed a bit further out it was better to take a taxi in which cost around £10.
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