Cross Curricular Experiences in Belfast

Now one of the world’s top city destinations and home to world class visitor attractions, Belfast is a colourful mix of arts and politics. It’s renowned for the warmth of its welcome, the vitality of its culture and the progress towards a peace few thought possible. With deliverable outcomes across a range of subjects, a trip to Belfast provides your students with a wonderful and stimulating learning experience

Belfast today is a city of contrasts reflecting it’s troubled past but also looking forward to a new shared future. From the grandeur of the City Hall and the majesty of the Parliament Building at Stormont to the ‘Peace Walls’, the buildings tell a tale seldom noticed by the casual viewer.

01 Tour Highlights

Titanic Belfast

A fantastic self-guided exhibition that not only tells the iconic liner’s tale but shines a light on industrial Belfast, spread over 9 interactive galleries, with multiple dimensions to the exhibition, drawing together special effects, dark rides, fullscale reconstructions and innovative interactive features. Allow a minimum of 90 minutes for a self-guided tour. Guided tours and/or Education Workshops can be quoted for on request.

Giant's Causeway and Antrim Coast Road

Northern Ireland’s iconic World Heritage Site is home to a wealth of local history and legend. Explore the basalt stone columns left by volcanic eruptions 60 million years ago and search for distinctive stone formations fancifully named the camel, the wishing chair and the organ. The Antrim Coast Road is regarded as one of the finest coastal drives in the world and its outstanding natural beauty is used extensively in film and TV. This tour can include a stop to cross the rope bridge to Carrick-a-Rede Island – the Larrybane Quarry here was used as a film location for ‘Game of Thrones’.


Located just outside Drogheda, 1½ hours from Belfast, Newgrange dates from 3200 BC, making it older than the pyramids and Stonehenge. It consists of a number of burial sites and buildings, aligned to the sun. The site has a Visitors Centre which includes an extensive exhibition including a full scale replica of the chamber at Newgrange and Knowth. Your list will include a guided trip to Newgrange itself as well as admission into the Visitor’s Centre.

02 Accommodation

Your group will stay in one of our carefully selected properties. Our range includes properties such as the Ibis Belfast, the Holiday Inn Express Belfast and the Ramada Encore.

03 Further Information

Your Meals

Your package price includes continental breakfast each morning. For lunches and dinners you can choose to make your own arrangements, alternatively your Customer Services Tours Specialist can pre-book selected venues for you. For example, The Garrick Pub located in the city centre offers a special menu and a private room which can be reserved for student groups, or a meal with ten-pin bowling can be arranged.

Evening Activities

The Odyssey Pavilion is home to various bars, restaurants, the Belfast Giants (ice hockey), a cinema and ten pin bowling. The Odyssey Bowl offers ten-pin bowling, pool tables, video games, bar and fast food restaurant. Your Customer Services Tours Specialist can pre-book your requirements for bowling and meals. Tickets to an ice hockey game can also be arranged, subject to availability.

Your Specialist Local Guide

During your time in Belfast your Specialist Local Guide will be on hand to assist and support you and your students.

Group Size

Our prices are based on a minimum group size of 30 students. Smaller groups sizes can be quoted for on request.

Your Choice of Travel Dates

As our Belfast trips are available throughout the year, during term time and also during half terms and holidays, you are able to select travel dates that suit you and your students. Please note that certain dates may carry a supplement to the prices shown. In particular, tours during the Easter Holidays are likely to be more expensive.

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