Very good activity. Our guide Rowan was excellent. Tour took about 1 hour and was jyst enough (March being so cold).
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This was an eye opener and exactly what all other Victorian prisons were like. Good tour and the guide was very considerate. Tour can be done with wheel chair/scooter with the exception of one small part where there are steps to the tunnel.
We stopped here as part of our Hop On Hop Off bus tour, and had no idea we were supposed to book a tour in advance! The tours were sold out for the day, and although you can pay less and wander through the newer...More
Have visited Belfast several times and for one reason or another have never got round to visiting the Crumlin Road Gaol. Don’t make this mistake, it’s so interesting and such an eye opener. The tour lasted about 2 hours and was well worth the money....More
Our guide was Clare she was very knowledgeable and the tour was informative and powerful. One of the best things to do in Belfast.
The “Crumb” is a must see. The sights, smells, and feel of this place are like no other and the general tour that brings one through the blocks and tunnel and outdoor areas is very informative. So much history here, and the actual chance to...More
After listening to Stevie during our cab tour of all the history in Ireland. We booked then to do the Crumlin Road Gaol tour. It was really good our tour guide for this was Lisa. She was very knowledgeable and answered all questions by visitors...More
Having grown up hearing about this place in the news it was good to get a look inside. The guide Iain, was friendly and informative. A good afternoons entertainment.
This is a really fantastically run tour. Brendan was clearly very passionate and knowledgeable about the prison and was able either answer every question accurately or spewed enough words that we were apl convinced. I highly recommend this, and the food afterwards is also really...More
My wife and I visited the Crumlin Road Gaol whilst in Belfast and found it a very interesting attraction. Our tour guide was Brendan who provided us with lots of interesting facts about the gaol and some of its staff / inmates whilst it was...More