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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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Ghost Walk Belfast, Belfast

Explore the shadows and alleyways of haunted Belfast. Discover the city's lesser known darker past. Learn of our Jack the Ripper connection, the hangings of Cornmarket, the tale of the body snatchers plus much more… Dare you walk the walk!

Treasure Trails: Titanic Trail, Belfast

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to obtain the access code to prevent the destruction of the River Lagan flood barrier.

Mount Stewart House and Gardens, Newtownards

The famous gardens at Mount Stewart were planted in the 1920s by Edith, Lady Londonderry and are of international importance. The magnificent series of outdoor 'rooms' contain many rare plants that thrive in the mild climate.

DCTours - A Walking History Tour of the Troubles, Belfast

Every city’s history involves dark events. This walking tour of the City Centre visits the sites of some of the most tragic events of the conflict in Northern Ireland, you will learn about the Troubles, their place in the conflict and their legacy.

Lough Erne Resort- Heritage & Cultural Tours, Ross Inner, Enniskillen

Fermanagh’s rich history has left a legacy that stands out in the form of some of Ireland’s finest treasures. Intriguing rock carvings dating back as far as 3000 BC, stunning Castles & Stately homes.

Bagenal's Castle and Newry and Mourne Museum, Newry

Bagenal’s Castle located in historic Newry is a 16th century house and adjoining 19th Century warehouse, and has been sympathetically restored to house Newry & Mourne Museum and the local Tourist Information Centre.

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