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City of Derry Walking Tour – Members (and Their Guests) Only

May 20 @ 10:30 am - 3:00 pm



Ten years after the launch of the magnificent UAHS volume City of Derry: An Historical Gazetteer to the Buildings of Londonderry, we have a timely opportunity to celebrate the book’s anniversary with its author, Daniel Calley. Daniel has kindly agreed to lead a guided tour of the Walled City on Saturday 20th May.


To coordinate with those arriving by train, we shall meet at Londonderry railway station at 10.30 am. After a walk along the river and a look at Ebrington Barracks, we will pause to view the exhibitions at the city’s Guildhall. We will then walk via Waterloo Place to Brooke Park and then onto the city walls, getting a feel along the way of the development of the city over four centuries.
Other buildings included on our visit are: St. Eugene’s Cathedral, St. Columb’s Cathedral and St. Augustine’s Church (where lunch will be provided).


Time: 10.30 am – 3 pm (approx.)

Cost: £30 – for members only (and their guests).
(Includes lunch at St. Augustine’s and a donation to St. Columb’s Cathedral.)


Ticket sales for this event will end on Wednesday 17th May at 12 pm.

Please inform office ([email protected]) of any dietary requirements e.g. gluten-free, dairy-free, or if requiring a vegetarian option, by closing date above.


May 20
10:30 am - 3:00 pm
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Londonderry Railway Station
Waterside Link
Londonderry, BT47 6AH United Kingdom
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02890 550 213
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