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Belfast City of Song - Walking Tour

Visit Belfast, 9 Donegall Square N, Belfast, County Antrim, BT1 5GB
Belfast City of Song - Walking Tour


Two of Belfast's leading folk-singers Maurice Leyden and Jane Cassidy draw on Maurice's acclaimed song collection 'Belfast City of Song' to tell the story of Belfast as it grew from a small town to an industrial city. The tour will finish in the beautiful old traditional McHugh's Bar with a complimentary bowl of Stew & pint or glass of wine and our guides will open the floor for our participants to engage in a sing song!

- 90-minute singing/walking tour will journey through Belfast's past with two singing guides.
- Listen to live Irish traditional folk singers sing songs associated with specific locations in the city.
- Visit locations within a mile radius of Belfast's City Hall.
- The tour will finish in local traditional bar McHugh's, with a complimentary pint or glass of wine and a bowl of Belfast Stew (Vegetarian option available).
- The tour provides a Wireless Audio Tour Guide System so that social distancing can be maintained while all guests can hear the guides clearly.
- The tour will take place regardless of the weather. - Please check the forecast and dress accordingly.
- A waterproof jacket is recommended just in case of showers, as is warm clothing during the winter months.
Belfast City Centre is completely flat, so no hills or steps are involved. However, comfortable footwear is advised.
- A moderate amount of walking is involved (1.5 miles).
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 30 participants.
- Starting Point: Visit Belfast

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Adult£25.00 per ticket
Child£15.00 per ticket

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Season (31 Mar 2023)
Friday13:00 - 14:30

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