People's Gallery & Studio
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...
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.
Museum of Free Derry
Just off Rossville St, this museum chronicles the history of the Bogside, the civil rights movement and the events of Bloody Sunday...
Done up as a typical Irish pub/grocery – with shelves of household items, shopkeepers scales on the counter and a museum's-worth of old...
Brown's in Town
There's a definite art-deco feel to the decor in Brown's city centre restaurant, bringing a much-needed touch of glamour and...
People's Gallery & Studio information
Located on 'Aggro Corner', the street intersection once notorious as the kicking-off point for confrontations between Bogsiders and security forces, the Bogside Artists' gallery provides an exhibition space for local and international artists, and runs art workshops for young people. You can buy prints of the murals, and the Bogside Artists themselves are often in residence – they are happy to sign books and posters, and offer guided tours of the murals.