A complete overview of the City of Belfast covering politics, the troubles, economics, music, and lots more.
Experience Belfast offers tailored tours in Belfast for any kind of groups, such as schools, universities, coach tours, families or cruise ships.
Whether you’re coming for one day or one week, ‘Experience Belfast’ is your key to the City and beyond. We have years of experience working with groups of all shapes, sizes, and interests. Whilst the core of our tours remain the same we can tailor tours to reflect specific interests be they educational, professional or cultural.
We can deliver tours as by walking, coach, and taxi or a mixture of all three. Whatever format you decide upon, our commitment to excellence prevails. Tours are designed to entertain, challenge and inform and to provide a wonderful experience for your group. Whilst the bulk of our tours are just for one day, we can arrange longer itineraries with workshops, activities, and tours beyond Belfast. We use our expertise and local knowledge to ensure your group to deliver value and quality.
Belfast in a Day! Joining up with our morning walking tour tour, followed up by a great two course lunch and complimentary drink, the day is rounded off with a black taxi tour of the walls and murals. If time is short, this is the best way to see and understand Belfast in a day. Duration 5.5 to 6 hours.
Educational Group Tours
Using modern cultural references and experiences in the music industry, we deliver a memorable, learning experience complete with songs that engages and informs. We can also provide workshops with those who were engaged in the conflict.
For schools, colleges and study groups we’ll work with you to ensure your educational goals are met. As well as being of great educational value, we can adapt the tours to include specific syllabus points and we will deliver measurable outcomes. We have many years of experience in delivering for schools, colleges, and universities. Tours usually start with an ice breaker; a song about how if people in Belfast like you, they insult you. It’s good fun, audience participation is a must but more importantly, it helps to engage the students. The tour itself covers a lot of ground and is infused with modern cultural reference points for students to relate to. It is challenging but not patronising, its aim to provoke thought on the decisions and choices we as individuals make, in a changing world. The aim is to take the parochial and apply it to the universal. There are important moral and life lessons contained, all wrapped up within the confines of modern popular culture and good Belfast humor.
For groups of 8 persons or more, we can provide private walking tours, act as step on guides or provide a combination of both.
We deliver a quality, informed tailored experience. We’ve worked for a range of professional groups, conference organisers, travel companies as well as social groups of families, friends, and special interests. We tailor our approach to suit our audience and we ensure your people enjoy the experience. Our aim is to ensure that the feedback you receive is positive. Group rates are available for all tours but we can provide so much more. From one day to a week, we’ll use our local knowledge to help with the practicalities you face.
Feel free to get in touch with us for further information.
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Experience Belfast Group Tour Reviews
“Arthur was excellent – learned so much from him. We took a group of our third level students up to Belfast and everyone found him to be an excellent guide, very unique and tells great stories of culture and history in the city. Will be back for more tours again and again!” – Damien Kelly, International School of Business Dublin
“I recently visited Belfast with 24 American university students. Through friends, Arthur’s tour, “There’s More to Belfast Than Walls,” came highly recommended. We were not disappointed. Through his engaging personality and musical delivery, Arthur conveyed the complexity of the city he loves and knows so well. We did it too quickly, however. Next time we will take more time.” – Rosie Graham, St Mary’s College California