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The historic Guildhall is one of Derry's most recognisable landmarks, located in the heart of the city since 1890. The Guildhall is a must see visitor attraction with over 20 magnificent stained glass windows representing the history of the city and...more
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A warm welcome always on arrival & directions ..on arrival to the 1890 city hall queen victoria greets us - made of sicilian marble & peterhead granite standing 6ft tall. Her hands are missing due to an ira bomb left in a bin in jan...More
I was on a school sponsored trip to Ireland and we just recently stayed in Derry. We stopped at the Guildhall four a quick visit and were delighted with the building and the history contained within. The previous night we had gone on a tour...More
After many years of walking past the Guildhall, and having a spare 30mins, I visited today not really sure what to expect. The welcome from the guides on duty was both warm and genuine and very informative. The Guildhall deals with a very difficult subject...More
Beautiful building with soaring stained glass windows and a stunning public space inside. You can 'walk' through the area's history and they use lots of interactive displays.
Be sure to ask why the Queen Victoria statue has no hands.
A stunning building with a beautiful interior. Inside you will find a statue of Queen Victoria that is missing a hand . I asked what happened and the attendant told us it was the result of a bomb. If you look on the side of...More
We had a really interesting time here.
The Guides and all the Staff were all very welcoming and knowledgable about the Building.
The Stain glass windows were absolutely beautiful and with the lovely weather it made them look even nicer.
We were free to look...More
a must see - the pipe organ, the stunning stained glass windows that warrant at least an hour's visit all by themselves, the panels explaining the history of the city and the country - all well worth a visit, and it is all free!