When it comes to London and Dublin, you may think you’ve seen it all, but NoteWorthy is here to show you exactly what you’re missing. With insider access to some of London and Dublin’s best kept secrets, NoteWorthy sheds a new light on these two popular destinations. Here are 5 experiences that you can only get with Noteworthy.
Mind the Gap
Journey through sections of London’s Underground that are closed to the public. Get a glimpse of the history below ground as NoteWorthy takes you through the hidden secrets of the tube. As if the London Underground wasn’t iconic enough, it’s also a very popular filming location for some of your favorite blockbusters. Spoiler: good looks aren’t the only thing James Bond and Paddington bear have in common.
A Family Hoperation
Take a tour of the Guinness Storehouse with a member of the Guinness family. Enjoy a glass as The Honourable Rory Guinness tells the tale of his great, great, great, great, great grandfather, Arthur Guinness, who founded the world famous brewery in 1759. Sláinte!
Step aboard Britain’s last remaining World War II ship. Situated on the Thames, the HMS Belfast offers a unique and exhilarating look into WWII for adventure seekers and history buffs alike. NoteWorthy guests get a hands-on experience with the opportunity to raise the groundbreaking flag system and a chance to fire the ship’s guns. Did you know? The HMS Belfast was the first ship to arrive on D-Day.
This Little Piggy Went to IRELAND
Enjoy farm life with a trip to the Guinness family farm. Meet Bessie and her calves, and maybe even treat them to their afternoon bottle of milk. If that doesn’t get you in the spirit, the resident baby pigs are always sure to be a squeal! Afterwards, slip inside for some piping hot tea and warm Irish hospitality.
Behind the Glass
Visit areas of Churchill’s war rooms that are kept behind lock and key to take a peak at the museum from the other side of the glass. Have a sit in Churchill’s chair for a next level photo op or try out the phones in the telephone room to see how they stack up against your trusty iPhone.