Hands Across the Divide
One-hour Historic Derry walking tours start from Carlisle Stores at 10am, noon, 2pm and 4pm year-round. There are also tours of the...
Centre for Contemporary Art
Derry's contemporary art gallery provides a showcase for emerging artists in Northern Ireland and stages changing exhibitions of the...
Tours 'n' Trails
Offers 1¼-hour guided walking tours of the walled city, starting from the tourist office at 11am and 3pm Monday to Saturday from April...
Housed in beautifully restored former school buildings with an award-winning modern extension at the rear, this community arts centre...
The Primrose prospers by sticking to the classics and doing them really well – from pancakes with maple syrup to pork pies, and a Sunday...
Hands Across the Divide information
As you enter the city across Craigavon Bridge, the first thing you see is the Hands Across the Divide monument. This striking bronze sculpture of two men reaching out to each other symbolises the spirit of reconciliation and hope for the future; it was unveiled in 1992, 20 years after Bloody Sunday.