Visit Belfast and Its Most Popular Attraction With Your Group
This day trip to Northern Ireland’s capital of Belfast includes, among other sights, a visit to the Titanic Experience. After picking your group up at their accommodation in Dublin, the coach will head to Belfast. On the road, the driver will also act as a guide and give your group lots of information, such as a short overview of the history of Northern Ireland.
What's included for your group on this day trip?
- Pick-up at your Dublin accommodation by a modern coach.
- A qualified English speaking driver/guide that will keep your group entertained during the journey with their own humour and knowledge about the sites included in the itinerary.
- On the coach Political Tour of Belfast including the world famous Peacewall, Falls ( Catholic) and Shankill Road ( Protestant) murals; commentary provided by driver/guide on coach.
- Republican Museum Visit ( not open on Sunday & Mondays)
- Free time to explore Belfast City and have lunch ( lunch not included in the cost of the tour)
- Self guided visit of HMS Caroline and the Titanic Experience.
Check out below the itinerary that your group will follow on their day trip to Belfast:
08.00 hrs : Pick-up at your Dublin accommodation
10.30 hrs: Peace Wall & Republican Museum ( Political Tour)
12.00 hrs: Free time in Belfast city
13:45 hrs: Depart Belfast
14.00 hrs: HMS Caroline
14.55 hrs: Depart for Titanic
15.00 hrs: Titanic Experience
17.00 hrs: Depart Titanic
19.00 hrs Drop off at your Dublin accommodation
Upon your arrival in Belfast, the first major stop will be the Peace Wall – an essential part of Belfast’s modern history. Full of graffiti, murals and signatures, the wall is also a bit of an art piece these days – why don’t you add your own signature?
From there, your group will be brought to the Republican Museum, which features a collection of memorabilia from Belfast’s and Northern Ireland’s recent history. There are uniforms, weapons, photos, newspapers, posters and even parts of prison cells on display, giving your group some very authentic insights.
Afterwards, your group can enjoy some free time in Belfast City Centre and have some lunch, for example in one of the numerous pubs around Belfast City Hall. They could also visit a local sight, such as Ulster Hall, the Linen Hall Library or the City Hall itself.
Next up on your schedule is the HMS Caroline. This decommissioned light cruiser from World War I serves as a museum ship since 2016, the 100-year anniversary of the Battle of Jutland, one of the war’s major naval confrontations. The floating museum explores the ship’s role in both World Wars and beyond.
For your last stop in Belfast, your group will visit Belfast’s most popular attraction: the Titanic Experience. On seven galleries, the full history of the famous cruiser is explored here, from its construction right here in Belfast, to the great event that was its launch, the journey to New York, the passengers and of course the disaster of its sinking. The exhibition also deals with the many myths and legends surrounding the Titanic and it features a presentation on the wreckage, which still lies off the coast of Newfoundland.
After this major highlight, your coach will depart back to Dublin, where you will arrive around dinner time.
Are you more interested in the geography and stunning nature along Northern Ireland’s northern coast? Then take a look at the Giant’s Causeway and Game of Thrones Package Trip – this even features filming locations from HBO’s hit series.
8.00 hrs – 19.00 hrs
Notes for Group Leaders
Minimum of 20 people for this tour.
Belfast is in Northern Ireland and thus uses the British Pound GBP £, Euro € is not accepted everywhere. Best make sure to change some currency before your day trip.
Outside your accommodation in Dublin. Please be sure to be ready 10 minutes before pick up time.