If you would like me to take you on any of my Belfast history walking tours drop me an email via 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.

Contact us using the form below:

Albert Memorial Clock, Queen’s Square, Known as the Albert Clock, this building was completed in 1869 and is one of the best known landmarks of Belfast. It was built as a memorial to Queen Victoria’s late Prince Consort, Prince Albert. W. J. Barre designed the building.