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Line of Duty Walking Tour

Irish Tour Tickets, 10 Great Victoria Street, Belfast, County Antrim, BT2 7BA
Line of Duty Walking Tour

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Jesus, Mary and Joseph and the wee donkey it’s the Line of Duty tour of Belfast! Walk in the footsteps of Superintendent Hastings and his corruption-busting AC-12 team on this entertaining guided tour that all fans of the award-winning BBC show will love.

Belfast has been the main filming location for police drama Line of Duty since series 2. This walking tour will show you some of the most famous locations and some hidden gems too. They’re hosted by guides who are fans of the hit series and super knowledgeable about Belfast’s vibrant city centre too.

Your meeting point is the Irish Tour Tickets office on Great Victoria Street. As Ted would say, ‘Now we’re cooking on gas’, as f rom here it’s just a short stroll for you and the group to Kingsgate House, the fictional HQ of AC-12 and various other police departments. 

We love the ‘graffiti tunnel’. This is the subway filled with colourful street art that runs between Albert Clock and the High Street, where DI Steve Arnott and DI Kate Fleming often meet for a sly word off the record. You’ll get some great shots here as you pose like a brooding DI Arnott!

During your two hours on foot around Belfast, you’ll visit the hit cop shows' best spots for ambushes, arrests, stake outs and more, culminating in the place where the dramatic stand-off scenes between Kate, Ryan and Jo were filmed in series 6. Who knew that DI Flkeming was so good at handbrake turns as she speed away with Jo in Steve’s flash car?

Expect lots of ‘Tedisms’ and an insight into all the banter that happens on and off screen too. Whether you know your CHIS from your OCG or haven’t a clue what we’re talking about, you’ll find this Line of Duty tour of Belfast a whole lot of fun. There’ll be no Reg-15s after this experience...

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Season (1 Jan 2023 - 31 Dec 2023)
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Saturday - Sunday14:00 - 16:30

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