Political History School Trip to Belfast
Start your school politics tour of Belfast with a guided walking tour of the city centre covering the history of the Troubles, led by our specialist guides. For politics students, we offer a very special educational visit involving a presentation by an Education Officer and a tour of the Stormont Parliament buildings. The tour may also include one or more of the following activities: a Q&A session with the MLAs, a talk by Assembly staff or an activity session, such as a mock election. Follow this with a visit to the Titanic Quarter. The Dockyards in which the ship was built have been preserved and a brand new centre has recently been opened to tell the story of the Titanic, from its birth to its tragic maiden voyage.
Specifications & Topics Supported:
AQA A Level: Unit 1: People, Politics and Participation, Unit 2: Governing Modern Britain, Unit 4B: Ideologies in Action
Most Popular Activities
Flight to Belfast and transfer to hotel
Meet guide for walking tour of the city covering the history of the troubles
|Day 2||Stormont Building||The Titanic Experience||Flight back to England|
This price includes:
- Return flights to Belfast
- Private coach transfers to/from Belfast airport
- Guided walking tour of the city
- Guided tour of Stormont
- 1 night's bed and breakfast accommodation
- Detailed information pack
- Travel and medical insurance
- Experienced Itinerary Manager
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Jurys Inn Belfast
The Jurys Inn Belfast hotel has 190 spacious and comfortable bedrooms, each of which are equipped with an en suite, complimentary toiletries, a TV with freeview and free Wi-Fi.
Facilities include an all day Costa Coffee bar located within the hotel, as well as an in-house contemporary restaurant which offers two and three course meals from 6pm.
Ideally located in the city centre, this hotel is minutes away from many of Belfast's most popular attractions.View on map