TourUlster specialises in private tours for large and small groups or individuals.
Each tour will be accompanied by a guide or driver / guide dedicated to your party whether a small, private group or a larger commercial tour company.
For those on Family History visits, our professional genealogy researchers will assist with your research before you arrive. Then, when you decide to visit, will take you for a personal family tour. Remember it is your tour, in your valuable vacation time, so it is important that the research and planning are done before your arrive on our shores.
With the advent of many luxury cruise ships berthing in Belfast and Derry we have found that many of our visitors want a unique personal experience. Again with full use of your valuable shore time we can tailor a tour to include as much or as little as you would like.
Belfast City Tour
A tour of Belfast City will show you our historic sites, our industrial heritage, and our political and often troubled past; but looks forward also to the new emerging Belfast with its bright future and exciting times ahead.
Belfast began as a river crossing in a marshy slob. Over the centuries and 9000 years later we have become a beautiful, friendly city to welcome any visitors.
Come and see the delightful and bustling city centre; learn how we embraced the biggest industries in the World; built some of the finest architecture in Ireland, and produced some of the greatest inventors, sports people, musicians and artists.
See how we lived through political strife and came out the other side to take on new energy in technology, film making, and a welcome place for those who wish to stop by and spend some time with us.
Take a tour of Belfast City and you will love it just as much as we do.
Belfast City Hall
Belfast City Hall is just one of the many beautiful places to visit during a tour of the City.
Situated right in the heart of the city and featuring some wonderful Greek and Italian marble, and the Titanic Memorial Garden, this is a must for any visitor.
Stormont Parliament Buildings
Another stunning piece of architecture set in the grounds of Stormont Estate in the city suburbs, these are the Parlaiament Buildings for Northern Ireland.
Belfast Political Murals
Our political and troubled past is evident on the streets and on the walls
Titanic Belfast - One of the most visited sites in the city
Games of Thrones Stained Glass windows
Film and television is thriving in the new Belfast and we love to celebrate it
Giant's Causeway and The Antrim Coast Tour
The Giant's Causeway!
In the heart of the land of giants and little people, volcanoes and game of thrones. Set in a scenic wonder of beaches, mountains, hills and glens, castles and bridges, and a wee whiskey to keep you warm!
Make sure you take the time to visit the wonders of the North Antrim Coast.
Tour the wonderful Anrim Coast Road with views to Scotland on one side and beautiful hills and glens on the other. Pass through picturesque villages on the way to the North Coast. Here you can visit Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge, Giant's Causeway, Dunluce Castle and Bushmills Whiskey Distillery.
TourUlster will guide you every step of the way on a full day tour you will never forget.
Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge
Other places you might want to see while you are here:
Titanic Belfast tour - see where the great ship was built
Giant's Causeway - wonderful World heritage site on the outstanding North coast
Glens of Antrim - on the way to the Causeway see the 9 glens
Bushmills Distillery - World's oldest whiskey distillery
Ulster Folk and Transport Museum - see the life of Ulster folk over the last 400 years
Ulster-American Folk Park - showing life on both sides of the Atlantic for emigrants
Derry / Londonderry - walk the ancient walls of the second city
Beleek Pottery - see the fine china made in the factory
Lakes of Fermanagh - take a boat to the early religious sites on the islands of the Fermanagh Lakes
Mount Stewart House and Gardens - see the ancestral home of one of the most influential families in Ulster
Famine Village in County Donegal
Scotland - not so far away. Take a ferry across to the land of Robbie Burns
That's just a taste. Come and try it for yourself.