Bogside History TourBogside History Tour
Price P/ Person

● £10 p/Person

● £25 for 2 Person Private Tour or add in a tour of the City Walls for £40

Length of Tour:

● Approximately 1 - 1.5hrs


● 11am & 1pm every day, 365 days a year.
● Other time can be arranged, please Contact Us for more information.

Tour Includes:

● Derry from 1968 ● Civil Rights Association ● Internment without Trial; ● The background to the march;

● The day of the march and the killings; ● The Widgery Inquiry and the cover up; ● The Bloody Sunday Justice Campaign; ● The Saville Inquiry

This walk retraces parts of the original march and visits actual places where the dead and wounded fell. Tour will finish at The Museum of Free Derry.


Tour Description

This hour long walking tour in Derry will also retrace parts of the original march and visit places where the dead and wounded fell. The Bogside History Tour will examine the political and social repercussions of Bloody Sunday. The tour will pass ‘The Museum of Free Derry’ and conclude at the Bloody Sunday monument within sight of Free Derry corner and beneath the city walls of Derry.

The Bogside (Irish: Taobh an Bhogaigh) is a neighbourhood outside the city walls.. The large gable-wall murals by the Bogside Artists, Free Derry Corner and the Gasyard Féile (an annual music and arts festival held in a former gasyard) are popular tourist attractions. The area has been a focus point for many of the events of the Troubles; in 1969, a fierce three-day battle known as the Battle of the Bogside became a starting point of the Troubles.