Once referred to as ‘Linenopolis’, Belfast became the linen capital of the world in the 19th century with factories, warehouses and other grand buildings springing up to the south of the Old White Linen Hall, now the site of City Hall. Many of these architectural gems remain, as does the Grand Dame of Bedford Street, the Ulster Hall, built in 1862 and standing strong still as one of the oldest purpose built music halls in the British Isles.
Key Sites: City Hall and Titanic Memorial – May Street Church – St Malachy’s Church – Ulster Hall – Ewart’s Building – Blackstaff Square – Ormeau Baths – BBC Headquarters - Yorkshire House
PLEASE NOTETour Leaves: Front of Titanic Belfast
Languages: Cantonese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
Duration: 2.5 Hours
Availability: All Year By Appointment
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Participants need to be prepared for all weather conditions, therefore good walking shoes, a waterproof coat and umbrella are advisable. Please advise guide if you have any special needs.
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