The modern history of Derry is explored in the Bloody Sunday and Bogside murals walking tour, organised for you and your party only. Subjects range from the partition of Ireland and the creation of the six-county state, widespread religious discrimination against Irish Catholics, Civil Rights period, Battle of the Bogside 1969 and Bloody Sunday massacre January 1972. The tour also covers both inquiries in to Bloody Sunday and the conflict that occurred here afterwards. Sights to see Free Derry Corner, Bogside murals, Bloody Sunday massacre site and Bloody Sunday monument.
• 1.5 hours
Walking Derry's historic walls will take you around 1.4 km (0.87 miles) of one of the best preserved walled cities in Europe. Built in 1613 the walls are utilised in telling the history of Derry. Starting in the Monastic period (6th century) the history of Derry unfolds Nine Years War, Plantation of Ulster, 1641 Rebellion, Siege of Derry 1689, 1798 Rebellion the Great Hunger and more. This tour offers you 90 minutes of Irish history explored and explained.
• 1.5 hours
You will be taken by private vehicle to the UNESCO world heritage site of the Giant's Causeway with it's 40,000 hexagonal basalt colums and the stunning scenery of the Antrim coast. From there you will be taken to Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge, first erected in 1755 by salmon fishermen, this bridge spans 20 mtrs with a 30 mtr drop in to the sea and leads you to the island of Carrick-a-Rede. You will also stop at Dunluce Castle for a photo stop and have further photo oppertunities along the way. For up to 4 people.
• 8 hours
This tour leaves from Derry and travels into Donegal on a full day trip around West Donegal and Highlands.Learn the history from your private guide as you travel through the towns and villages of County Donegal. Letterkenny is the largest town area in Donegal and was once a major port in the area.From there we go in towards the villages of Kilmacrenan and Doon Rock, the inauguration stone of the ODonnells and Termon and on towards the Derryveagh mountain range and Glenveagh National Park where we spend a few hours and take in the history of the area and its landscaped gardens and castle and have a tea or coffee and light snack.It's on then, passing Mount Errigal-the tallest peak in Donegal- and stopping for a photo opportunity at the Poison Glen and Gweedore Gaeltact (Irish speaking area) with it's spectacular views.After lunch we'll take a stroll along one of the local beaches before setting off on our return to Derry
• 8 hours
Derry Girls, the hit Channel 4 television series based around four 16 year old girls growing up in Derry during the early 1990s before the cease fires. If you've seen it then come and see the filming locations around the city of Derry. This 2 hour private walking tour will take you to the sites connected with Derry Girls in a fun filled tour.
• 2 hours