Belfast’s cathedral quarter, with St. Anne’s Cathedral centre stage, has become the beating heart of Belfast, with popular pubs, cafes and a vibrant night life. However it is also where the story of the city begins, with the earliest streets and the city’s first public building and Presbyterian Church. In the 19th century it was Belfast’s mercantile and commercial quarter, with many of its grand buildings dating from that time. Trace the story of these times, with the old river and former marine highway, now running beneath your feet.
Key Sites: St. Anne’s Cathedral – Writer’s Square – Rosemary Street Presbyterian Church – Castle Place – Custom House Square – Albert Clock, The former Ulster Bank HQ (now Merchant Hotel) – Old Market House – Northern Whig.
Tour Leaves: Front of St. Anne’s Cathedral
Languages: English, French, Italian and Spanish.
Duration: 2.5 Hours
Price: (Estimate Only – It is at the discretion of the available guide/guides if they deliver the tour when below the preferred minimum. If below 8, this may increase the price)
Groups: 8- 20 guests per booking Adult £12; Children Under 12 Free if accompanying parents; Concession £8.00 (Students and 60+).
Private: £95 minimum for individuals/families – to be discussed with guide.
Availability: All Year By Appointment
Request Booking: Date, Tour Reference (E.g. 001), Morning or Afternoon, Number of People, Private or Public, Language, any disabilities.
Participants need to be prepared for all weather scenarios therefore good walking shoes, a waterproof coat and umbrella are advisable. Please advise guide if you have any special needs