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Historical Tours

Northern Ireland has a fascinating history spanning from Celtic and early Christian times through Industrial Belfast and RMS Titanic to the region's more recent history.  Find out more with an informative historical tour.

These can take the form of a walking, bus or taxi tour around our cities and towns, to following in the footsteps of Ireland's patron saint, Patrick, or exploring the sites associated with Titanic and Belfast's proud maritime heritage.

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Millisle- walking guide, Millisle, Newtownards

Two miles along the coast road from Donaghadee is the seaside village of Millisle.

The Wee Tram - Titanic Quarter, Belfast

Take a tram ride around Belfast's Titanic Quarter, with its many attractions, in carriages inspired by the tramcars than ran through Titanic’s shipyard.

Open Road Skies Cycling Tours, Downpatrick

Our historical guided tour around Northern Ireland follows in the footsteps of St Patrick; stopping in Downpatrick and Armagh, cycling past Slemish in the Glens of Antrim, and visiting iconic places such as The Giant's Causeway and Belfast.

Irish Monastic Tours, Belfast

Irish Monastic Tours offers expert-led guided tours to some of the most historic and evocative sites on the island of Ireland. From settlements of the earliest inhabitants to the island to the most venerated sites associated with its Saints.

The Saint Patrick Centre, Downpatrick

The Saint Patrick Centre is the starting point for any visitor who wishes to know more about Ireland’s patron saint. The exhibition Ego Patricius – The Story of St. Patrick, explores Patrick’s legacy, and recalls the saint’s story, in his own words.

Erne Heritage Tours, Belleek, Enniskillen

Unlock the secrets of Fermanagh and Ulster, with a general, customized or specialized tour in small or large groups. By car or by coach, full or half day or a few hours leisurely walking tour. See 3,000 years in one day.

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