If you would like me to take you on any of my Belfast history walking tours drop me an email via email@example.com or the form below, giving possible dates, numbers and any special requirements. I have a series of walking tours including:
- People & Places: a general introduction to the fascinating individuals, places and events that have shaped Belfast’s history.
- Diseases & Drs: learn about Belfast’s medical past detailing the plagues and pestilence that affected the health and wellbeing of the population from the 1750s.
- Buildings & Bricks: explore the rich and diverse religious, municipal and commercial architecture of the city centre.
- Queen’s Quarter: discover the interesting buildings, gardens and public art around Queen’s University in south Belfast.
- Belfast Blitz during the Second World War: learn about the aerial bombing raids which extensively damaged Belfast’s city centre and claimed over 1,000 lives during April and May 1941.
- Titanic Quarter and Maritime Belfast: a voyage through Belfast’s historic Titanic Quarter to discover the city’s docks, shipyards, naval heritage and how the Titanic was built.
- AntiSlavery Belfast: delve into Belfast’s role in the transatlantic slave trade and its role in slavery’s abolition. This link takes you to another website. This is a project that I run with colleague and friend Mark Doherty.
- Wear comfortable shoes.
- Be prepared for rain; dress appropriately; Belfast weather is changeable!
- Use designated crossings to cross roads.
- Most of tour on pedestrian areas; all flat, no stairs.
- Be aware of cyclists, traffic and street crime (e.g. don’t flash money around).
To help reduce the spread of COVID, the following actions will be undertaken:
- The guide will keep a 2m distance.
- Guests may want to wear masks at all times and remain socially distant unless they are from the same household.
- Hand sanitizing gel will be carried by the guide if the need for its use arises.
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