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The historic Guildhall is one of Derry's most recognisable landmarks, located in the heart of the city since 1890. The Guildhall is a must see visitor attraction with over 20 magnificent stained glass windows representing the history of the city and...more
All reviews beautiful building the stained glass windows main hall pipe organ council chamber the ground floor queen victoria free exhibition interesting exhibition guild hall worth a visit peace bridge great place to visit steeped in history tower museum guided tour visiting derry
Beautiful building with a small exhibition you can take at your own pace. Also includes interactive displays and toys for children. I noticed a sensory/quiet room near the reception which was lovely to see. The main hall and organ is exquisite, and regularly opened to...More
We went to the hall after hearing that an old friend now passed away had worked on the stain glass windows in the past. it doesn't take long to go round but we'll worth a look there is a lot of history to take in.
We took tour around this building. its free in which is great . The lady on the reception was very welcoming and directed us to main hall upstairs to have a special look at the stained glass windows which is truly magnificent.
I was really...More
We had extra time after our walking tour. We decided to go over to the Guildhall. This is a marvelous free museum. Housed in an old church, the building is just as nice as the exhibits. Loaded with information on the history of Northern Ireland,...More
An absolute must see in Derry. The only disappointment with the stained glass windows was that they were difficult to photograph. The statue of Queen Victoria with damaged hands is a constant reminder of the troubles which affect the area.
We really were late in the day and mainly heading for the cafe.
Didn't eat there but display looked tempting. Coffee good, we actually sat outside. Guildhall itself a most attractive building. Held an organ recital earlier in the day. Lovely stained glass windows. I...More