5 Day Northern Ireland Tour

Including Ulster Folk & Transport Museum, Belleek Pottery and Titanic Belfast

Priced FROM £349/person based on 2 sharing a car on a Return ferry crossing
and 4 nights 3
☆ accommodation on a bed & breakfast basis.

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BOOKING & PRICING
We can tailor tours to suit you or your clients needs. We can also provide car hire, motorcycle hire and camper van hire. For us to provide a price please complete the Booking Form below. 


DAY 1: DERRY/L'DERRY

DERRY WALLS The only remaining fully walled city in Ireland and one of Europe's finest examples

MUSEUM OF FREE DERRY Museum focusing on the civil rights of the 1960's and 1970's

PEACE BRIDGE Built in 2011 the bridge spans the two sides of the city and has become an icon of the city

GUILDHALL Built in 1887 this is a fine example of neo-gothic architecture

TOWER MUSEUM The museum houses two permanent exhibitions, the Story of Derry and an Armada Shipwreck

 

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DAY 2: DERRY/L'DERRY - ENNISKILLEN

HARRY AVERY'S CASTLE Built by the O'Neil clan around 1320 this is considered one of the first stone Castle's built by the Irish Chieftains

ULSTER AMERICAN FOLK PARK An adventure which takes you from the thatched cottages of Ulster to the log cabins of the American frontier

BEAGHMORE STONE CIRCLES Mysterious complex of 7 Bronze Age stone circles

BELLEEK POTTERY Step into a world where pottery traditions have been handed down from generation to generation

ENNISKILLEN CASTLE Strategically important castle built almost 600 years ago by the Gaelic Maguires

MARBLE ARCH CAVES & GEO PARK Home to one of the finest show caves in Europe

CASTLE COOLE One of Ireland's finest neo-classical houses

FLORENCE COURT Formerly home to the Earls of Enniskillen it is surrounded by a large area of parkland, woodland and garden

 

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DAY 3: ENNISKILLEN - NEWCASTLE

ARMAGH OBSERVATORY Founded in 1789 this is a modern astronomical research institute open to the public

ST PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL Built in a Gothic Revival style the foundation stones was laid by Bishop Dorran in 1886

THE NAVAN CENTRE Interprets one of Ireland's most important ancient monuments, Navan Fort, the ancient capital and seat of the Kings of Ulster

MOURNE MOUNTAINS The best known mountains in Ireland sweeping down into the sea at Newcastle

 

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DAY 4: NEWCASTLE - BELFAST

TOLLYMORE FOREST PARK A wonderful forest park for tree lovers with a number of spectacular walks

MOUNTSTEWART HOUSE A stunning estate in the beautiful scenic area of Strangford Lough

ROWALLANE GARDENS It is one of the most beautiful gardens to visit in Northern Ireland and is often described as a hidden gem

ST PATRICK CENTRE The Saint Patrick Centre is the starting point for any visitor who wishes to know more about Ireland's patron saint

CASTLE WARD HOUSE This 18th century house has 2 distinctly different facades, Classical and Gothic.  The beautiful 820 acre walled demesne overlooks Strangford Lough

 

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DAY 5: BELFAST

TITANIC EXPERIENCE Tell the story of RMS Titanic through nine galleries from conception to tragic end

BELFAST CITY HALL Magnificent Edwardian Building built in 1906

QUEENS UNIVERSITY Beautiful College designed by Sir Charles Lanyon and opened in 1849

CRUMLIN ROAD GAOL Discover the history of HMP Belfast and see the condemned men's cell

STORMONT BUILDINGS Built in 1921 this is the home of the Northern Ireland Assembly

ULSTER FOLK & TRANSPORT MUSEUM Step back in time and discover what life was like 100 years ago

 

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