Museum of Free Derry
Bloody Sunday Memorial
A simple granite obelisk that commemorates the 14 civilians who were shot dead by the British Army on Bloody Sunday, 30 January 1972.
People's Gallery Murals
The 12 murals that decorate the gable ends of houses along Rossville St, near Free Derry Corner, are popularly referred to as the...
Hunger Strikers' Memorial
The H-shaped Hunger Strikers' Memorial is near the Free Derry Corner.
Set up in 1990 to encourage young, local talent in the fields of music and film, the Nerve Centre has a performance area, with live...
55-61 Glenfada Park · interesting places nearby
Museum of Free Derry information
Just off Rossville St, this museum chronicles the history of the Bogside, the civil rights movement and the events of Bloody Sunday through photographs, newspaper reports, film clips and the accounts of first-hand witnesses, including some of the original photographs that inspired the murals of the nearby People's Gallery.