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Top 34 places to see in Londonderry

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(19km)

Lough Swilly Full review
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Lough Swilly in Ireland is a glacial fjord or sea inlet lying between the western side of the In... [..]

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Fahan Celtic Cross
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Cork
(20km)

Donegal Ancestry Center (Ramelton Story) Full review
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Traces your Donegal genealogical roots : Donegal Ancestry is a genealogical research center located in Ramelton, County Donegal. It has a computerized database of over one million records from Donegal's primary genealogy sources and provides a comprehensive genealogy service to people interested in tracing their Donegal roots.
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County Donegal
(17km)

O'Doherty's Keep & Bun...
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Castle bridge
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Rathmullan priory
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County Donegal

Grianan Of Aileach Full review
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Grianán of Aileach, the breathtaking remains of the Irish history: This ringfort was once a strategically located 5000-Year-Old kingdom. An impressive hilltop site that gives you the view of three counties - Donegal, Derry, and Tyrone. The panoramic views from the hilltop and sunsets as well as the sunrises from this location are impressive and mesmerizing.
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Greenan Mountain
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Derry

Bogside Heritage Trail Full review
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A walking trail shrouded in History: Steeped in history with hundreds of historic monuments and churches, Bogside Heritage Trail is a walker's delight. It offers a wonderful opportunity to learn about and explore the history, culture and heritage of Londonderry. It is indeed an amazing trail to take a walk with loved ones.
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Bloody Sunday memorial Full review
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Unforgettable : This really stands out, to say the least, and it puts things in perspective, along with all the murals. I saw it when driving around, trying to find the road to the upper walled town. It reminds one that Ireland isn't all fantastic scenery, pubs, and leprechauns.
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Derry old town and walls Full review
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The combination of history, Art and Beauty: Steeped in history, this is a fascinating place to visit. The city walls, built some 400 years ago, offer a captivating spectacle of the city's Bogside area. One feels like standing in the past with the ghastly cannons aside. The sight of enthralling murals and the magnificent Peace bridge is breathtaking.
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Derry old town and walls Full review
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Simply Beautiful : Although raining and cold for a June evening visit, to discover a completely walled, older city core area was a pleasant surprise and find. All of the walls including the four gateway entrances appeared to be original. Great place to visit.
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Monument of hunger strikers Full review
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A Must Visit : Derry certainly has its charms. Small enough to get around on by foot, yet enough stimulation to keep your mind active. Make sure you walk up to the wall at the top of the town, the view provides much food for thought.
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Saint Columb's Cathedral Full review
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Historically relevant and beautiful church: Recently restored Anglican Church has an interesting display of artefacts. We loved our visit to this beautiful church that had a display of things from history and some unusual artefacts too. The architecture of the restored Cathedral is worth a mention, especially those massive colourful windows.
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Tower Museum Full review
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An insightful tour: A must-visit attraction for those who want to explore and learn about the history of Northern Ireland. The museum offers an interesting insight into the city's distant past. One also gets a chance to learn about the Doomed Spanish Armada much of which ended up on Ireland's shores. The museum also boasts an open-air sight-seeing facility and offers a fascinating view of the surrounding city ...
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
The Guildhall Full review
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Brilliant : The Guildhall has an exhibition which provides a very comprehensive history of Derry. One can see the geography of how the present city evolved and learn about the history of who has lived here down the years. All conflicts covered and explained. The staff is very approachable and knowledgable.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Museum of Free Derry Full review
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A Must Visit : A cracking museum that shows precisely how the struggle of ordinary people for justice and equality was met with the full force of the British State. A great deal to learn here for people from both sides of the Irish sea. Deeply moving and inspiring.
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Waterloo Street
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Old Protestant Neighbo...
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Saint Eugene's Cathedral
Travel picture of Saint Eugene's Cathedral St Eugene's Cathedral is the Roman Catholic cathedral located in Derry, North...
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First Presvyterian Der...
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Northern Ireland Court...
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Apprentice Boy's Memor...
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Harbour Museum
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Waterloo Place
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Shipquay Street
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Society Street
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Craft Village
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The Diamond
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Workhouse Museum
Derry Workhouse was a workhouse in Derry, Northern Ireland. Located in the Wa...
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Strabane
(21km)

The Old Courthouse
Travel picture of The Old Courthouse Lifford Courthouse or Lifford Gaol, as it is sometimes referred to by locals,...
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National Trust - Gray'...
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Strabane
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Lifford
Travel picture of Lifford Lifford is the county town of County Donegal, Ireland. It is the administrat...
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