Highlights of Belfast Wheelchair Accessible Guided Tour
On this wonderful, accessible, half-day tour of Belfast, you’ll experience the best highlights of the city! Escorted by your friendly, knowledgeable tour guide, you will explore different popular sights of the city including the Peace Wall, St Anne’s Cathedral and the Old City Hall. You will also enjoy a visit to the world renowned Titanic Exhibition.
This accessible driving tour of Belfast begins with your friendly guide picking you up at the Belfast cruise dock or at your wheelchair friendly Belfast hotel in an accessible van. You’ll then head out on a relaxing panoramic drive through the city en-route to your first stop of the day the intriguing reminder of ”the Troubles” from 1969, the Peace Wall. Lead by your guide, you will have take a leisurely stroll along the Wall as you learn about the troubled social history of Belfast.
Following this, you will continue your panoramic drive through the heart of Belfast. As you admire the city’s many highlights, your guide will share fascinating anecdotes and facts with you. Among other things, you will get to see the spectacular City Hall, the Parliament building, the Queen’s University and Saint Anne’s Cathedral.
Last but not least, your tour will take you to the the world-famous Titanic Exhibition, built right by beside the harbor in which the original Titanic ship was made. This incredible exhibition is a combination of modern interactive experiences, videos and displays throughout, teaching you about the story of the Titanic from the birth to the death. While here, you’ll uncover the true legend of Titanic in the city where it all began. There is also a souvenir store and café available onsite.
The Highlights of Belfast Wheelchair Accessible Guided Tour includes:
- Accessible tour routes, confirmed to be wheelchair accessible
- 4-hour guided, private driving tour in an accessible van
- Opportunities to get out and explore several sites firsthand
- Lively commentary by your local English speaking tour guide
- A memorable, firsthand sightseeing experience in Belfast!
- Belfast Peace Wall
- Belfast City Hall
- Parliament Building
- Queen’s University
- Saint Anne’s Cathedral
- Visit to Titanic Exhibition
Highlights of Belfast Wheelchair Accessible Guided Tour a 5 Star Sage Accessibility Rating because the majority of the tour takes place in a fully accessible van equipped with a ramp. It includes very limited walking. For the stops along the way, you’ll experience mostly flat and smooth surfaces, with the exception of a few mild cobblestones.The tour has been designed to include accessible restrooms along the way.
The accessible van used for this tour is equipped with a wheelchair ramp or lift to enter. It is suitable for manual wheelchairs, power chairs and mobility scooters alike.
Escorted by your tour guide, you will stroll along the Belfast Peace Wall as you learn about the troubled past of the city. The area along the wall is completely flat and smooth.
During your panoramic drive you will see the beautiful old City Hall building (pictured below on the left) and St. Anne’s Cathedral (pictured below on the right).
The Titanic Experience is fully accessible with a flat main entrance and smooth surfaces within the interior. Elevators are also available inside to help navigate the exhibition floors. Accessible restrooms with wide doors and grab bars are located on the site.
Titanic’s Pump and Dock house: mostly flat, some smaller uneven spots throughout. These can be avoided by staying on the main paths.
Tour Duration: 4 hours
Cost: 1-2 people €625, 3-4 people €675, 5-6 people €725.
*€20 off if booked as part of an Accessible Belfast travel package.
Meeting place: Centrally located accessible Belfast hotel or cruise dock
Meeting time: Morning 9:00 am or Afternoon 1:00 pm
Days offered: Every day
Entrance Tickets: Entrance tickets are not included. to the Titanic Exhibition are not included in the tour cost. To review our cancellation policy please click: HERE. Tours run rain or shine.
Not included: Snacks/meals, gratuities, and transportation costs.
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