An award winning academic led tour of the sites of conflict and division across Belfast
This tour visits and explains the major sites of conflict in Belfast before taking customers to the fascinating walls and murals that is the ongoing legacy of the 'Troubles. ' The tour is undertaken by a qualified teacher, author and lecturer in Irish history and includes first-hand accounts of the killings, murders, and bombings of an inter-community conflict that has been ongoing for over 250 years.
The tour is supported by free downloadable resources that can be used to enhance the tour's experience or used in a further academic study. This tour includes the sites of sadistic and mass murder but also includes how they were and are still justified by a still divided community today. This exclusive tour, validated by academics and hundreds of satisfied customers alike, takes you to places not covered by other tours including the architecture, history, mural art and the dark tourist trail covering the true story of the Belfast Peacewalls and Troubles.
The tour begins at Belfast's Brown Square where community division violence began in the early 19th century.
The tour then completes a journey of six sites of historical and visual interest across the Peacewalls of Belfast including murals, dividing walls, Peacewalls and sites of 'hidden' history not available on any other tour.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Hotel, Suggested by Guide: At Belfast City Hall front gate
Duration: 2 hours 30 min.
The tour will probably last 3 hours depending on the requirements of the travellers and is for 11 people.
- Guiding Services
Estimated Local Cash Needed
15 Pounds - For small Souvenirs or a Guinness/Irish Coffee
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
I have no restrictions
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An unbiased and interesting tour, I feel like we got a real flavour of Belfast City. Thoroughly enjoyable. Thank you Francis