Peace Wall

Peace Wall, Belfast: Hours, Address, Peace Wall Reviews: 4.5/5

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Alice C
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Not a must thing but if you have time, not bad.
Oct 2021 • Couples
It’s not a must thing to visit but if you love history, it’s a historical spot. It’s free and not really famous for tourist. So no one when we were visiting. Use Glider G1 and you have to walk only 7-8 mins
Written October 8, 2021
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Avux99
Cheshire, UK415 contributions
Half time break
May 2021 • Solo
Did a self guided Mural walking tour of the area, the Peace Wall naturally enough represented the half time intermission & chance for a breather! Started at Shankhill Parade then Shankhill Road, Lanark Way, Peace Wall, Bombay Street, Clonard Gardens, Falls Road & back to the start, just under 4 miles & worth every step. If you read about the history, you know the significance of the sites. Of course, this only scratches the surfaces of the whole situation but gives you a basic idea of the background to it all. The more you read before going, the more you’ll get out of it. That said, there is also some reading en route.
Written October 8, 2021
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kelse1990
Barrow-in-Furness, UK140 contributions
Free, unusual for Belfast
Oct 2021
Good as it.s free. I only saw a little of it but it was worth visiting. I just walked to it but taxi.s do tours to it.
Written October 8, 2021
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amandahep15
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK195 contributions
Upsetting memories of a troubled time
Oct 2021 • Solo
Found this too upsetting after the history of Belfast. It’s not an attractive area to visit. Really just a lot of graffiti. It felt like the Berlin Wall and divided troubled communities. Maybe time it was taken down. If it wasn’t for the tour I would have missed it out.
Written October 6, 2021
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TJA950
Gillingham, UK1,334 contributions
Nice to have seen it
Sep 2021
I found this visit both poignant and thought provoking. That it has become a tourist attraction after all that has passed here is ironic, I think. We were brought here on a tour and I must admit that I am glad that I have seen it but it is so sad that it was needed at all.
Written September 30, 2021
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301lisa33
Coventry, UK1,486 contributions
Poignant
Sep 2021
This feature offers some interesting photographs. But its real interest lies in its role - a relatively subtle (I did say relatively) separator between protestant and catholic estates
Written September 28, 2021
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kim buay p
Singapore, Singapore10,614 contributions
A live-streamed guided tour of Peace Wall and its murals
Sep 2021
I did a guided live-streamed tour of the Peace Wall with Rory from Heygo. He showed us the murals and told us the history of the conflicts in Northern Ireland.
We could also take postcard shots of the murals. There is also an Alice in Wonderland mural along the way. The tour is about an hour long.
Written September 19, 2021
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Barbara L
Stockport, UK21 contributions
Bus trip
Sep 2021
On the open top bus trip we passed by the peace wall and listened to the history of the area. Serves as a good reminder.
Written September 13, 2021
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JohnAnn B
Vancouver, Canada381 contributions
A sobering walk and read of the murals
Sep 2020
Exceptionally emotional site...a wall and gate dividing a city where the centuries of residents have been divided by religion and history. We visited in May 2019 before COVID while on a Rabbies tour. We spent about an hour walking along the street through the gate and reading the murals that champion and grieve for both sides of the conflict. And in the distance are the old British Army towers, maybe 15 stories high with barracks and lookouts on the top 3 floors, all accessed only by helicopter since ground access was too dangerous. What a mess. I can only hope the peace process continues despite the UK separation from the EU.
Written August 30, 2021
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N C
Ashford, UK59 contributions
Very interesting but also sad to see.
Aug 2021
Do this visit while on a black taxi tour so that you can hear all about it and especially the sad situation that happened in Bombay Street.
Written August 13, 2021
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