Londonderry / Derry
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Bloody Sunday and Bogside Murals Private Guided Walking Tour

1. Bloody Sunday and Bogside Murals Private Guided Walking Tour

The modern history of Derry is explored in the Bogside tour. Subjects range from the partition of Ireland and the creation of the six-county state, widespread religious discrimination against Irish Catholics, Civil Rights period, Battle of the Bogside 1969, Bloody Sunday massacre January 1972 and covers both inquiries in to Bloody Sunday and the conflict that occurred here afterwards. You will visit the Bogside, the crucible of the modern day conflict and home of the Civil Rights Association. View the world famous Bogside murals in Derry's Bogside. The Bogside murals give visitors a glimpse in to the recent history of Derry using visual art Visit the site of the Bloody Sunday massacre. The Bloody Sunday monument was the last physical act of the NI Civil Rights Association. 

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Derry: Bloody Sunday & Bogside Murals Walking Tour

2. Derry: Bloody Sunday & Bogside Murals Walking Tour

Begin at the Free Derry Wall and let your local guide take your back in time, through the history of Northern Ireland. Beginning with the partition of Ireland, weave your way through the decades, through the troubles, the peace process and finish with a deeper understanding of the main issues that prevail today. Explore the famous Bogside Murals - the striking artworks that have become central to the neighborhood's identity. Discover the site of the Bloody Sunday Massacre, the controversial moment when British Soldiers fired into protestors in 1972, and pause at the memorial to the massacre looking over the Derry Walls.  

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Derry: Walled City Private Tour

3. Derry: Walled City Private Tour

Discover the long history of Derry and the surrounding area on this city walls walking tour. Derry is one of the longest continuously used areas of land in Ireland, dating back some six thousand years. This walking tour takes the 1.4 km circuitous route along the walls. Learn how St Colmcille set his monastery on the island of Doire in 546 before going to Iona in the western isles of Scotland, bringing Christianity to Britain. Hear about Queen Elizabeth I's advance into Ulster, bringing Anglicization and the Protestant religion, then the Irish response to this invasion that led to the Nine Years War 1594-1603, ending with the Flight of the Earls in 1607. Discover why the famous City Walls were built, and why the name of the city is still contested following Derry's change to Londonderry under King James I. Immerse yourself in the history of the Siege of Derry, The Fountain Estate, Derry Gaol, the Apprentice Boys, as well as the Great Hunger and emigration.

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What people are saying about Londonderry / Derry

Gleann was an amazing guide. We had a wonderful afternoon learning about the deep history of Derry and the troubles. The tour into the bogside and learing about the experiences that happened there was very emotional and moving. We would highly recommend booking this tour, it gave us a rich, indepth experience of the phenomenal strength, courage and determination of the people of Bogside.

Really enjoyed the tour. Our guide Glean was really friendly, knowledgeable and was happy to answer any questions we had. He really helped set the scene! I would definitely recommend this tour. Definitely learned a lot from it.

We combined this tour with the Bloody Sunday and Bogside Murals tour. Gleann was a first rate guide - engaging, knowledgeable, informative and directly connected to the city and the events. We would highly recommended him.

Our guide was extremely knowledgeable and had a great sense of humor. Thoroughly enjoyable and a great way to see Derry. Highly recommended.

The tour was well worth it, bringing a new dimension to our understanding of the history of Derry.