Mary Ann McCracken’s Belfast Walking Tour
Experience Mary Ann McCracken’s Belfast, as you walk in the footsteps of this remarkable abolitionist, philanthropist and social reformer. Mary Ann McCracken, who was born over 250 years ago, is intrinsically linked to the city of Belfast. She lived her fearless life championing causes, moving from place to place, always on a mission to make life better for those less fortunate than herself.
This walking tour takes in the locations linked to her life, her endeavours and that of her family. You will be led by an experienced guide through the same streets she walked over 200 years before. This new walking tour starts at Clifton House, where Mary Ann’s thirst for philanthropic causes first began, and where her impact can still be seen today, and finishes near Belfast City Hall.
The Mary Ann McCracken Walking Tour, takes place on a regular basis ( Fridays at 2pm, and Saturdays at 10am) from March-October. Booking is essential – use the tickets button below.
Future Mary Ann McCracken Events
Every year the Mary Ann McCracken Foundation will host a number of events to celebrate the life of Mary Ann, and acknowledge the work of the Foundation, including our AGM and annual lecture. All upcoming events will be listed here and in the calendar (see link below).
If you have any difficulty booking online you can get in touch with us at 028 9099 7022 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The walking tour leaves from Clifton House, 2 North Queen St and lasts approximately 2.5 hours. It includes a complimentary refreshment stop.