Gourmet restaurants, museums and top sights from Tower Museum to Museum of Free Derry and Bloody Sunday Memorial—discover Londonderry, a historic destination.
Walking, Tours and Historical Buildings
Walk beside the fortified ramparts from the 1600s that have survived several sieges and offer panoramic views of the Maiden City.
While the kids play games, watch films and engage with interactive displays to learn about two contrasting parts of local history.
Explore displays about the Troubles that shook Derry in the mid-20th century in a museum on the site of the tragic struggles.
The Guildhall is a major landmark in Londonderry in Northern Ireland and has been at the centre of city life since the late 19th Century. Built by The Honourable Irish Society in 1890, the neo-Gothic style building dominates Guildhall Square, the city’s main square.
Marvel at stunning artworks and stained-glass windows and explore the serene grounds of this historic cathedral that belongs to the Church of Ireland.
Discover a symbol of political uprising and learn about Belfast’s bloody battles, hunger strikes and self-run city during the Troubles.
Hop off your cruise ship and onto a double-decker bus to explore the sights of Londonderry at your own pace. This hop-on hop-off tour hits all of the city’s major landmarks, including Diamond War Memorial, the River Foyle, and Derry's Walls.
Hop onto a double-decker City Sightseeing bus to explore the sights of Londonderry at your own pace. This hop-on hop-off tour hits all of the city’s major landmarks, including Diamond War Memorial, the River Foyle, and Derry's Walls.
Visit the medieval walled city of Derry and uncover through the eyes of two local and engaging guides, it's often chequered and troublesome past. Coming from opposite sides of the political conflict; these guides will lead you on their walking tour of the city walls and nearby Bogside area and will tell you as they see it.