These guided walks are an essential accompanyment to a visit to the Free Derry Museum. The museum is very informative and instructive and during the guided walking tour the visitor has a chance to see first hand where many of the events illustarted in the museum actually occured. The guides are all extremelly knowledgeable and well versed in the history of their city and are able to add a wealth of anacdotal and recorded information to the walks. Subjects covered are:

  • The origins of the conflict
  • The Civil Rights movement
  • The beginning of the conflicts in October 1968
  • The birth of Free Derry
  • Sammy Devenney
  • The battle of the Bogside
  • Internment
  • Bloody Sunday
  • Operation Motorman
  • The Long War
  • The Hunger Strikes
  • The Peace Process

Tours depart from the Museum of Free Derry on Glenfada Road at 10am and 2pm: advanced booking is recommended for Saturday and Sunday and the cost is £5.

Further details can be obtained by calling 07793285972, by e-mailing or by visiting