Derry / Londonderry
A walk around these 17th century walls, which are the oldest in Ireland, reveal a city crammed with history
Located in the heart of the city, just outside the city walls and close to the Peace Bridge. It is fashioned in a neo-gothic style.
A focal point for local cultural activities & events it crosses the Foyle and has had over 3 million crossings to date
The museum houses 2 major exhibitions including 'the story of Derry' & 'an Armada shipwreck'
This is the signature project of the Bloody Sunday Trust. Opened in 2007 it covers the story of Derry from 1968 to 1972
Overlooking the Foyle river this shopping centre opened in 1995 and houses all the major high street brands
Built after the Reformation, it is named after the Ulster monk who established a christian settlement here in the 6th century
HQ of the Apprentice Boys of Derry, it opened in 1877 and represents some of the protestant history within Londonderry
Large purpose built theatre which hosts all types of drama, music & arts performances
Historical landmark in the Bogside neighbourhood, the gable wall commemorates Free Derry 1969 - 1972
A new museum in 2015 adjoining the Apprentice Boys Memorial Hall tells the story of the Siege of Londonderry 1688/9
A granite obelisk that commemorates the 14 civilians shot dead by the British Army on January 30th, 1972