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Our guide was the grandson of someone killed on that day. He went through a brief history of what happened and then directed us to the exhibits. The total floorspace is small but we spent quite some time there. Exhibits got a bit crowded but...More
Interesting site for anyone who remembers the period. Important to understand the history of the area or Ireland. The day we visited the museum staffed by the brother of a 17-year-old victim, which makes the exhibit seem even more poignant. Moving to larger quarters in...More
After meeting several people who experience this first hand, one sees the injustice done to unarmed men and boys. It took many years for what happened to actually be told. It is sad but a learning place.
I would certainly recommend this centre for those wishing to find out more about the history of this city. I read other reviews and whilst it is unpleasant and I found it very sad reading the material it is interesting and thought provoking. The material...More
I think most Derry people have visited it at one point or another. Its not a pleasant experience but it is an important piece of history, especially if you where present on Sunday 30th January 1972. 26 unarmed civil rights protesters and bystanders were shot...More