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Northern Ireland Highlights Day Trip Including Giant's Causeway from Dublin
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Cupar Way, Belfast, Northern Ireland
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Reviewed 2 days ago

This is well worth a visit as it gives a great insight into the troubles of the past but it is also highlights that although there is peace the high walls and security gates and barbed wire shows that the two communities can not still...More

Reviewed 4 days ago

'Peace Wall' is obviously a misnomer since it illustrates that there are still tensions, problems and undercurrents in Belfast. At least in Berlin they destroyed their wall, but here we have an ugly 25 feet high wall capped with barbed wire which still separates neighbourhoods....More

Thank Betula103
Reviewed 4 days ago

Very well worth the visit. The wall and painting are a good look at the history of the conflicts that occurred in this ares - not too long ago.

1  Thank gbmontreal
Reviewed 4 days ago

Its good to get to know the history of Belfast, the Troubles and the suffering people have done for a long time. Luckily things are heading in better directions nowadays.

Thank Sanne040
Reviewed 5 days ago

It is sad that after all of this time that a wall is required to separate two communities in the same City. Everyone visiting Belfast should go and see it to get some idea about the great divisions which still exist in the Country. The...More

Thank peterindevon
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I visited and signed the peace wall in july. The peace wall is beautiful and has a lot of history. Anyone visiting belfast should definitely stop here.

Thank Jasmine T
Reviewed 1 week ago

Never before in my life has a 30 ft tall fence that locks people into their communities and others out of that community been considered a peace wall. It sheds light onto what really goes on in Belfast

Thank Gabriellejoiner
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

yes the wall looks good and will always stand strong but there is one problem. If Belfast was not split up it would be fine, there would not need to be a wall, Belfast would be in peace and harmony

Thank iluvnoodles66
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We saw the Peace Wall during a Black Taxi tour. It is a must-see when visiting Belfast as it represents living history. The Catholic/Republican and Protestant/Loyalist communities are divided by the wall. There are gates which open for a limited amount of time, some of...More

2  Thank Unelma333
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We learnt about the peace wall as part of our black cab tour. We were pleased we visited it as we were really ignorant to some of the tensions that still exist and the fact that it is even still there.

Thank Catherine166
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Response from Ciaran O | Reviewed this property |
Yes close at 6 during the winter and 8 during summer 😀