Belfast Music Walking Tour
Come explore a city designated as a UNESCO City of Music in November 2021!
Take this leisurely, guided stroll around Belfast to discover just why it earned the UNESCO City of Music designation. From hip hop to classical and punk; opera to folk and electronic - and everything in between. You'll have good 'craic', meet many music 'legends' of Belfast, through entertaining stories. Plus, a music soundtrack will be played at each stop along the way. The tour will end with a visit to to the Oh Yeah Music Centre to see the Music Exhibition there. Many tours include a performance by a local musician.
Any tour can be booked at a competitive private group rate. EMAIL for further information or to arrange to discuss your requirements: email@example.com
Creative Tours Belfast can also organise a two-hour walking tour, half-day or full-day experiences around what you want to see and do in Belfast. Let us arrange for you a bespoke walk, whether you are on your own, a couple, a family or small group. We can also arrange a visit to an attraction and book tickets for a show or gig that you would love. If you have a coach group, we can also provide a professional hop-on guiding service.
Examples of other tours on offer, include but are not limited to:
Belfast City Highlights Walking Tour (Cathedral Quarter + City Centre Historic Entries, Pubs, Music and Street Art)
Introducing Belfast Tour (city centre)
The Merchants Who Grew a City (Belfast's industrial heritage)
Queen's Quarter Tour (Queen's University, Botanic Park, Ulster Museum + Botanic)
Cathedral Quarter Arts Trail (sculptures, street art, written word, music)
Titanic Trail (Titanic Memorial Gardens City Hall, SS Nomadic, Titanic Slipways, Thompson Dock)
Your Tour Guide
Dolores Vischer has lived in Belfast for most of her life and loves to show visitors why she is passionate about this special place. She is a qualified Belfast ‘Green Badge’ Tourist Guide, holding an internationally-recognised tour guiding qualification that is awarded by the UK-wide Institute of Tourist Guiding. She is also a member of the Northern Ireland Tourist Guide Association.
Dolores holds a Masters’ Degree from the University of St Andrews in English Language and Literature. Alongside her tour guiding interest, her career has encompassed working in London and then back in Northern Ireland in the book, magazine and newspaper publishing fields as an editor, journalist and director, and as a communications and event management consultant.
Dolores is passionate about the arts in Belfast, especially music. She plays drums and sings, has performed in bands, helped to run Girls Rock School Northern Ireland and is currently a member of the OTH Music Collective.
For all enquiries and bookings please call +44 7305754028 or email firstname.lastname@example.org