Northern Ireland的獨特新鮮事
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Northern Ireland的獨特新鮮事

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Farm visit at lambing time march/april
Guests will get dressed up with protective clothing as they will be in the middle of lambing experience and they will be told about our ewes and their history ,from Kenneth my husband he will tell you about day to day work on the farm , we walk to the big indoor sheep house and take a walking tour of it we explain the difference in the areas and show you the set up before the ewes have their lambs during the lambing and after lambs are born we then go to the foster section and each guest gets to pet a lamb ,after that the guests are took to see group pens of lambs and their mothers running around on the way back to the farm house we will say hi to the cows and the farm working dogs if you like dogs you can meet them , we do keep our dogs in proper enclosures then our guests will be offered to wash their hands and take away homemade Irish wheaten bread with home made strawberry jam tea or coffee before you depart on their way during covid you will have this in the garden if dry Other things to note This is a working farm and we are a meat farm and this experience will only take place between 19thMarch till 23 rdApril every year its 1.5 hours long with the animals there is some farm smells (sheep) but not to bad also very important if anyone is pregnant please ask your doctor can you visit before you book
Troubles Tour - With a Local
At Belfast City Hall you will be provided with an audio headset and receiver so you don’t miss a word. You’ll visit the City Hall before walking to the Peace Walls, approximately 40 minutes. You’ll receive a full, detailed and objective commentary to provide you with the historical and political background to ‘the Troubles’. Please note that a good to fluent command of English is required. Stopping at the International Wall, you’ll get a chance to view the political murals before you visit the Walls. There is ample time for photographs. You’ll return to Belfast City Centre, where you visit the Cathedral Quarter. You’ll meander in and out of historic entries, see the sights and see what’s hidden in plain sight. You’ll learn about our radical history, and the culture and art that makes Belfast such a vibrant and exciting city. You'll take in the City Centre & Albert Clock before the tour finishes in a historic church. You walk inside, you walk back to the late 1700s to a time of revolution and radicalism. Belfast is a city of contrasts, and the tour is designed to reflect that. Expect to be entertained, engaged and informed. The pace of this tour is moderate. You will walk approximately 3.5 miles in 2.5 to 3 hours. We sometimes have 4 seasons in one day, so dress appropriately.
The Story of Belfast walking tour
This is a guaranteed small group tour. Maximum x 8 persons. Join me on this fascinating walk around my home town of Belfast. This is a thoroughly researched, but also entertaining and flavoured tour, with amusing anecdotes, creating a one-off, unique experience. I will share with you the story of a city from its earliest days to the present buzzing, cosmopolitan place I am proud to call home. We will travel through 1500 years and hear stories of the men and women who created, in its day, the greatest industrial city in the world. I will take you on a journey through centuries of peace, intrigue, conflict and revolution to the present day, as we see the modern city unfolding before our eyes. This tour has featured on Swiss radio: garnered a glowing review in the Seattle Times and featured on numerous travel blogs. Come along: enjoy and see and hear for yourselves: you will not be disappointed. I look forward to meeting you.
Street Art, Music and Pub Experience
I'd discribe what we'll do as a fasinating introduction to help plan the rest of your time in an incredible city of the Future. A Pub Crawl it's not, others may call it a Barhop. But on my Experience we will take in some great venues that host live music and share it's musical history from its origins. View some pretty cool Street Art (Including graffiti and hidden streetart gems) and go on a wee dander through the streets of Belfast. And at the same time orientate you around the city center. Pointing out things to do. While giving you the rich and sometimes troubled History of Belfast, and Northern Ireland. We'll start in St. Annes Square. View sculptures and hear of things to do there (like the Mac) and an array of resturants. And then we will see Streetart by International Artists who descend on Belfast every year. Next we'll discover the birthplace of a new generation of musicians. And as we meander the narrow entries hear the history of music from its traditional beginning to its rock and roll, punk and modern gendres. And how they have influenced change in Northern Ireland. From its troubled past, to modern day peace and hopefulness. Other things to note Though we'll not enter any of the pubs we'll pass just now, I will share what happens within them. So you can return to them later that night or another. Finishing In plenty of time for the last Trains/Buses
Belfast Bike Tour, See more of the City
Get outside and join a guide on a bike ride around Belfast. Bike rental is included, so you don't have to worry about bringing one with you, and a guide takes care of the navigating so you don't get lost. Highlights include Belfast's famous murals and Peace Wall, one of Ireland's oldest pubs, Belfast City Hall, St. George's Market, and the Titanic Quarter. So you don't miss anything important—there are plenty of stops and the guide provides commentary along the way. Cover more ground than a walking tour with this guided bike ride. Learn about the history of Belfast and its most famous landmarks See the city's murals—including the Peace Wall. Visit many different areas such as the Titanic Quarter, the Cathedral Quarter and Peace Wall
If Buildings Could Talk Tour
This tour has been called “The most entertaining tour in Belfast” Starting Opposite City Hall at "Visit Belfast" shop we will have a 2 hour 2 mile walk around the city centre where I will tell you stories of things that have happened in this City. Interesting, unusual and entertaining will be the norm for the day.
Groom, ride & learn about horses - private experience
Your experience comes in three steps! Step 1: (30 mins) You’ll spend time getting to know your horse with some hands-on grooming. Then you’ll have a demonstration on tacking up, what the various pieces of equipment are and how they are used. Step 2: (60 mins) Riding assessment in enclosed arena/ on a lunge/long line. Basic riding commands and safety. Getting a feel for the horse’s rhythm and becoming comfortable on him. We’ll also look at leading a horse correctly and safely. Step 3: (30 mins approx) You can enjoy a hack or choose to extend your lesson in the arena. *My experience conforms with Airbnb and the World Animal Protection welfare guidelines.* All my horses have freedom of movement, adlib forage, companionship and access to veterinary care and farriery. They all hold passports with their up to date medical records and these records can be presented to any authorities on request. A weight limit of 14 stone applies to ride my biggest horse. Other things to note: Suitable footwear and good level of fitness. (I.e. Can you squat? Do a starjump?) Guests acknowledge inherent risks associated with our sport, although every effort is taken to minimise these.
Noreen's Nettlefest of Food & Drink Experience
Hello! My name is Noreen and I am the owner of Noreen's Nettles where I grow and harvest all of my own nettles in the beautiful Co-Armagh countryside. My nettle experience will start with a welcome into my home where you can relax and have a cup of award winning nettle tea. During this time I will tell my story of why I started my own business growing nettles and the connection I feel because of my great grandmother. She used them in many dishes in times gone by and when times were lean in Northern Ireland. There will be plenty of nettle natter whilst learning about their many benefits and not forgetting nettle folklore ,myth and magic! As my guest you will be able to relax or wander around my nettle garden .There will be plenty of nettle natter whilst learning about their many benefits and how they can be used in many dishes and beauty products.I will be showing you how they are picked and prepared. You will also will be able to sample many dishes made from nettles including nettle shortbread, nettle fifteens (an NI traybake),award winning nettle cordial & even nettle beer! Together we will make traditional soda bread for you to take away or enjoy with your lunch of nutritional nettle soup. *Please note* Nettles can interfere with certain medications so please do check before booking.
Award-winning axe throwing experience in Belfast
After a warm welcome to our throwing cages we'll jump right into a safety briefing. This covers how to stay safe, scoring and competition rules (we can't have any cheating at crunch time can we?). Then it is to the reason you guys are all here, the AXES. We'll run through the basic technique, how to hold and how to throw the axe. Once we're through this, it is down to you to have a go! I'll be on hand throughout the session, watching your throw, offering advice on how you can improve. What is really important to me is that you start to understand your own technique so when you finally leave, you're a fully fledged axe ninja! Once the basics are out of the way it's quickly onto a wide selection of new throws, double-handed, throwing with the axe head facing backwards, throwing 2 axes at once. These will all help you to develop a strong technique in time for our rapid fire round and then ..the team COMPETITON! Pit your skills against the others in your group, competition mode always brings out some strong axe game! Finally, If we have any time left over at the end I'll show you a trick shot or two that only the pro's get to use Other things to note We are unable to accept bookings from those under 16 years of age or pregnant. Guests will not be permitted to partake in the activity if they are intoxicated and please wear sensible shoes, no sandals!
An Eclectic view of Belfast
We will be looking at the most historically and culturally significant spots in Belfast city centre. And hear the origins of the city from the arrival of the Celts around 500 BC(e) After exploring the Belfast City hall area. We'll discover the Linen Quarter and hear of it's past present and future. And the entries that lead to it. We'll pass the mouth of the river Blackstaff, before reaching the River Lagan.The only one of the four we can see today. Pausing to see and hear of some of the landmarks we can view from here. On past the Statue of Harmony, Albert Memorial Clock and Big Fish (Salmon of Knowledge) We'll view The Titanic Belfast Centre. Birthplace to the Titanic. And then dander(walk) on to discover the River Farset( Béal Féirste – meaning the mouth of the Farset) And the entries that lead to it. We will then head for the Cathedral Quarter enter some interesting spaces to hear of their past histories and see how local business has redeveloped them. See a lot of internationally famous Street-artists work and hear of the festivals that have created them. Continuing on past the Belfast Cathedral to hear and see projects like The Mac that are for the people by the people and promote Peace. Finishing in St. Annes Square. Being Bespoke for each group. You hear and see what makes Belfast stand out from other parts of Ireland. And discover many of its hidden gems.
Derry/Londonderry-City Walls History Highlights Walking Tour
In this introductory tour of the city, you will "Walk in the Footsteps of History" and do a full circuit around the 400 year old "Derry Walls". Note - It will normally be more cost effective for groups of 4 or more to book a private tour rather than places on a public tour. Meeting place is outside the customer entrance to the Visitor Information Centre, opposite the Maid in Heaven Coffee Shop. Public Tours usually last 90 minutes but private tours can be extended to 2 hours. In this tour we will do a tour of the 400 year old City Walls while covering the city's history from 542 AD to the present day. We will cover the topics of the monastery in the city, Plantation of Ulster and the building of the City Walls, the Great Siege of Derry, emigration, the shirt factories, the World Wars, the Troubles and the Peace Process. The tour lasts between 90-120 minutes depending on the size of the group.
Jog The Mournes
I will guide you from Donard park, Newcastle, right into the heart of the Mournes, along the famous brandy path, taking in some spectacular views. Upon reaching the hare's gap we will descend into tollymore forest, famously fearured in the game of thrones, before making our way along the foot of the mournes, back to Donard car park again. I will also give you some history of the mournes, how they were formed and how they have played their part in local history through the years.
Hand forged cheese knife and whiskey experience
Spend your time hand forging a steel cheese knife in the anvil at Swifts forge, a working blacksmith business full of exciting commissions and old tools. You will hand forge your blade flat, shape the knife and hammer in the bevels. After the blade you will work on the handle, incorporating decorative swists and shape to fit your hand. You will then rough grind to tidy the blade up and pass it over to Aaron, the blacksmith who will brin it up to a suitable sharpness and finish for use. While this is happening you can choose to watch or enjoy your hamper bag which contains local Wheaten bread, Irish butter, some local cheese and a measure of fine local Whiskey.
Derry/Londonderry-Darker History Small Group Walking Tour
Enjoy a darker dander around the Walled City, and hear some of the haunted and spooky history. This tour is mainly offered as a private small group tour but with some small group public tours available from time to time. Normally offered as an evening walk )but daytime options can be requested),around the City Walls and City Centre, focusing on some of the strange and spooky but true stories from our city's history. This tour links in with the city's week long Halloween Festival and also explains some of the reasons for this.
Derry/Londonderry-Street Art & Murals East Bank Walking Tour
This tour is available as a private small group tour and a public tour. For groups of 4 or more it will usually be more cost effective for you to book a private tour. In this tour, we take our guests on a wander around part of the Waterside are of the city including St Columb's Park and the new thriving Ebrington Square area. We will tell our guests about the street art and murals of the area, the railways, the Workhouse and so much more.