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Saint Columb’s Cathedral and Chapter

Saint Columb’s Cathedral and Chapter

House Museum built in 1633, St Columb’s Cathedral is the oldest building in Derry and dominates the skyline on all approaches to the city.
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Historic City Walls

It is essential to take a walk around Derry’s beautifully preserved seventeenth century walls which surround the old city. This is a good way to get a view of the whole city, and to look over onto estates on both sides of the divide. Guided tours available.
Museum of Free Derry

Museum of Free Derry

Museum of Free Derry is an archive museum focusing on the civil rights’ era of the 1960’s and the Free Derry/early Trouble’s Era of the 1970’s. Admission by donation.
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Tower Museum

This is an award winning museum that houses two permanent exhibitions, telling the stories of the City of Derry and of an Armada shipwreck found off the coast of Donegal in 1971 through a range of display and interactive techniques. The top floor provides panoramic open air views of the city and the River Foyle.
Free Derry Tours

Free Derry Tours

Community led initiative offering walking tours of the Bogside and Fountain areas delivered by local guides. Gives the authentic history of the area by those who helped shape it.
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The Nerve Centre

The Nerve Centre is an innovative multi-media centre housing a bar, café, cinema and two venues, regularly hosting international acts. Hosts the Foyle Film Festival every November.
Workhouse Museum

Workhouse Museum

This is a restored 19th-century workhouse in the waterside with exhibitions on Victorian Derry, the Waterside and the Famine. Also houses ‘The Atlantic Memorial’, an extensive exhibition detailing the role of the city in the Battle of the Atlantic during World War II.
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Void Art Centre

Void Art Centre is Derry’s artist led gallery of contemporary art showcases works of established local, national and international artists.
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