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The Portrush Tour Company

Portrush Train Station, Portrush, County Antrim, BT56 8DW
The Portrush Tour Company

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Select from two walking tours of Portrush and discover the rich heritage of this seaside town.

The walking tour is a great way to experience the hustle and bustle of this vibrant place while exploring its varied and long history. From Vikings to Medieval Industry to World War II and World Class Golf! Portrush has it all. And the great thing about Portrush is that it’s compact and easy to get around on foot.

The Portrush Tour Company have the advantage of answering those “burning questions”, and we like to add a personal touch through our in-depth local knowledge; let us show you the hidden architectural gems of the town!

Potatoes and Pirates: The Story of Portrush
Meet beside the historic Train Station (Original Factory Entrance) each Saturday at 11:00 come join us on a journey to discover the myths, fascinating heritage and famous people from this unique seaside town. The tour lasts for an hour and a half and finishes at the beautiful Arcadia building, East Strand. Places are limited to 16 people per tour which ensures that we deliver a quality experience for each group.

The History of Golf in Portrush:
New for 2019 we are proud to showcase the history of Golf in Portrush. Join us to discover the original historic golf course and hear about fantastic eccentric characters that came to Portrush to enjoy the Ancient and Royal Game. Depart from the historic Train Station (Original Factory Entrance) on Saturdays at 14:00. Finish back at the Train Station.

Please wear suitable outdoor clothes and footwear. Please confirm your choice of tour when booking. Please contact us on 07542045771 or 07716439280 to discuss your requirements.


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* Saturdays at 11:00 and 14:00. Also by appointment.

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