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Arts, Culture and Gastronomic Tours

Northern Ireland has a thriving arts scene and a rich cultural heritage.  Whatever your interest, be it music, art, literature, Christian heritage or mythology, there is sure to be a tour for you.

These range from organised bus and walking tours exploring a particular aspect of the local arts scene, to organisations offering personalised itineraries geared towards your particular areas of interest.

This is also a great destination for lovers of good food and drink.  Get a real taste of the region with a mouth-watering culinary tour, or join a pub tour of Belfast and enjoy the banter with the locals - a great way to discover the city!

Find out more about Culture and Heritage, including Food and Drink, in Northern Ireland.

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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.

FE McWilliam Gallery and Studio, Banbridge

An award winning art gallery dedicated to the memory of world-renowned sculptor Frederick Edward McWilliam who was born in Banbridge.

Mourne Foods Cycle Trail, Newcastle

The Mourne Foods Cycle Trail has been devised by the Enniskeen Country House hotel, in association with local food producers to showcase the wonderful artisan food in the area and offer visitors an active way to explore a food trail.

Northern Ireland Tourist Guide Association, Belfast

The expertise of a professionally qualified Blue Badge Tourist Guide allows any visitor to Northern Ireland - whether on a vacation or a business trip – to make the most of their visit. Talented All-Ireland National Tour Guides...

Belfast Music Exhibition and Tour, Belfast

Explore Belfast's proud musical heritage with a dedicated exhibition and guided bus tour.

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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