Architecture, history and areas of interest can be explored on a Belfast city tour on an open-top bus, with a 48-hour hop-on-hop-off ticket
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What You'll Get
Choose from Four Options
- €9 for an open-top city sightseeing tour for one (29% off)
- €18 for an open-top city sightseeing tour for two (28% off)
- €6 for an open-top city sightseeing tour for one child aged 4-16 years (25% off)
- €12 for an open-top city sightseeing tour for two children aged 4-16 years (25% off)
Tour Route: Titanic Quarter | Titanic Museum | H&W Cranes | Clifton Street Cemetery | World Famous Belfast Murals | Whiskey Distillery | Crumlin Road Courthouse and Prison | Royal Victoria Hospital | Queens University | The Crown Bar | Belfast City Hall | The Ulster Museum | Botanical Gardens | High Street | Albert Memorial Clock | Custom House Square | Salmon of Knowledge | Lagan Weir | Queens Island | Thompson Pump House and Graving Dock
The Fine Print
Expires 4 months after purchase. Limit 10 per 1 or 2 people, may buy 10 additional as gifts. No booking required. Present printed Groupon on arrival. With this ticket, customers can get on and off the buses as many times as they like for 48 hours. Passengers must be 16 or older unless accompanied by a parent or guardian. No weather restrictions. First bus leaves at 9.45am, last departure 4.45pm from High Street. Valid for option purchased only. Verified using our merchant's website on 12 Feb 2019.
About Titanic and City Tours Belfast
Sightseers can explore the turbulent history of Belfast from an open-top bus with informative commentary throughout on Titanic City Tours. The route covers a host of notable architecture and engineering including the renowned Queen’s University, the giant H&W cranes, the Titanic birthplace and the Cathedral and Arts Quarters. With a 48-hour hop-on-hop-off ticket, guests can also visit the Ulster Museum located in the diverse and tropical Botanic Gardens. The tour takes in the dark Crumlin Road Gaol and tells guests of the skills that created the Belfast murals on the arty Falls and Shankill roads.