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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
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Our coach tour stopped here as it’s in the heart of Derry and has good bathrooms. The brickwork, stained glass and other features are lovely. It’s free to enter. There are rooms with exhibits detailing the history of the city.
The Guildhall is beautiful and well worth a visit. However, the cafe should be avoided. We visited on a Saturday morning, one of the staff, who was wearing plastic gloves, rubbed at her nose, played with her hair and served customers, wearing the same pair...More
There is a lot to learn about the history of this city when visiting this 17th century building, now a city council building. Visitors are permitted to view many of it's public rooms and stain glass windows. The building's original architecture and details have been...More
Beautiful building that has survived some turbulent times and thankfully is still standing. The exhibition on the plantation is interesting and you can view the council chamber along with the lovely stained glass windows and many statues.
This town hall has a ton of history of the city of Derry. It was really informative, all free, on the first floor. The upper level has gorgeous stained glass (20th century). Why you have stained glass in a judicial chamber I am not sure,...More