2-Day Visit Derry Pass: Access 10 Attractions For One Great Price

2-Day Visit Derry Pass: Access 10 Attractions For One Great Price

Home to Ireland's only completely Walled City, the hit comedy Derry Girls, award-winning museums, and some of the greatest outdoor festivals in the world; Derry is a city that is as vibrant as it is historic. Derry is a city with over 1,500 years of history to explore. Unlock the stories and secrets of the Walled City of Derry with the Visit Derry Pass, an integrated ticket that will give you access to 10 attractions and activities across the city. Enjoy a full day of sightseeing in Derry and see the best of the city. You can visit iconic sites including The Guildhall, Tower Museum, Siege Museum and The Museum of Free Derry; tours of the City’s cathedrals and churches; and access to several guided tour options that take in the bustle of the city. With a variety of different options of things to do in see, you can thoroughly explore Derry.

Visit: Museum of Free Derry, 55 Glenfada Park, Derry BT48 9DR Northern Ireland

The award-winning Museum of Free Derry tells the story of
what happened in the city during the period of 1968-1972, popularly known as ‘Free Derry’, as well as the civil rights era, Battle of the Bogside Internment, Bloody Sunday and Operation Motorman.

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: Tower Museum, Union Hall Place, Derry BT48 6LU Northern Ireland

The Tower Museum is located within the City’s historic walls and has won four major awards since its opening in October 1992.
The Tower Museum houses two permanent exhibitions.
1. “The Story of Derry” tells the colourful and dramatic history of the city from earliest prehistory to the present.
2. “An Armada Shipwreck – La Trinidad Valencera” tells the story of one of the largest ships in the Spanish Armada, La Trinidad Valencera, which sank off the Donegal Coast in 1588 and was rediscovered by divers from the City of Derry Sub-Aqua Club in 1971.
Both exhibitions use a range of display and interactive techniques to present their stories.
The top of the Tower Museum (level 5) provides the only open air viewing facility in the heart of the city centre with stunning panoramic views of the inner city and river Foyle.
Tour includes Story of Derry and Spanish Armada exhibition.

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: The Siege Museum, 13 Society Street Londonderry, Derry BT48 6PJ Northern Ireland

The new Siege Museum and Exhibition is a permanent display of the history of the Siege of Londonderry and of the Associated Clubs of the Apprentice Boys of Derry, including artefacts, video and interactive media.
A treasure house of artefacts from past to present. Based over three floors, the exhibition features an array of artefacts from the siege to modern day Apprentice Boys memorabilia. The museum offers an educational and interactive visitor experience, telling the story of the great siege of Londonderry and 400 years of the city walls.
Visitors will also have the added attraction of being able to view one of the finest collections of meeting rooms used by the ‘Loyal Orders’. There are separate rooms for each of the orders:
Apprentice Boys of Derry
Orange Order
Women’s Orange and
The Royal Black Institution

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: Bogside History Tours, Guildhall St, Londonderry BT48 6DQ, UK

Learn about Bloody Sunday from those who were directly affected by it.
We offer a walking tour of Derry Bogside that gives students and tourists a first hand and on-site analysis of the Bloody Sunday story in Derry City. This comprehensive tour will give an educational insight to the Civil Rights era, Bloody Sunday and the conflict that ensued. This hour long walking tour in Derry will also retrace parts of the original march and visit places where the dead and wounded fell.
The Bogside History Tour will examine the political and social repercussions of Bloody Sunday. The day of the march and the wounding and killing of the innocent civilians. The tour will pass The Museum of Free Derry and conclude at the Bloody Sunday monument within sight of Free Derry corner and beneath the city walls of Derry.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Visit: St. Columba Heritage Centre, 59-61 Longtower Street, Derry BT48 6QQ Northern Ireland

Aras Cholmcille is a Heritage Centre promoting the life of St Columba, patron Saint of Derry. It is set on the site of the monastery from 546AD
Located near the historic City Walls on the grounds of Saint Columba’s Church (Long Tower), and offering a unique insight into the life of Saint Columba and the City’s ancient monastic routes.
The exhibition is in a category B2 listed building. The centre offers a bespoke, interactive experience detailing the extraordinary life of our city’s founding father, complimented with a range of artifacts and manuscripts that include a facsimile of the Book of Kells, as well as items and objects relating to the 200 year history of the building.

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: St. Augustine's Church, Palace Street, Derry BT48 6PP Northern Ireland

Take a guided tour of this beautiful historic building.
The building dates from 1872 and is in the design of 13th century neo-gothic style. It was consecrated by Bishop William Alexander, husband of the famous hymn composer, Frances Cecil Alexander.
St Augustine’s was listed in 1976 [Grade B1]. The trinity of buildings making up St Augustine’s is completed by No8 Palace St a one-and-a-half-storey vernacular dwelling constructed in the mid 18th century. Palace St is one of only a few lanes within the historic city walls that does not follow the geometric street plan laid out by Thomas Raven’s maps of 1622 and 1625.
The Church is complemented by a historic graveyard.

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: St. Columb's Cathedral, London St. Londonderry, Derry Northern Ireland

Saint Columb’s Cathedral, was the first Cathedral built after the Reformation. It is the city’s most historic building containing displays of artefacts from the Siege.
St. Columb’s Cathedral was built in 1633 by William Parrot for the Honourable The Irish Society and is in the Planter Gothic Style. The current tower and main building are that of the original Cathedral, with the spire being added in 1821. The Chancel was added in 1887 and the Chapter House in 1910. The Cathedral was built of stone from local quarries.
The old pillars and arches bear testimony to sound judgement and first-rate craftsmanship. The Cathedral has many fine stained glass windows, regimental flags, memorials and a large collection of historical items from the time of the siege. The foundation stone in the porch, part of which originally from the 12th Century Templemore Monastery of the Columban tradition is inscribed:
A complete restoration of the Cathedral was completed in 2011.

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: St. Eugene's Cathedral, Francis St., Derry Northern Ireland

St. Eugene’s Cathedral is the Mother Church of the Derry Diocese, which stretches from Malin Head to Omagh and from Killygordon to Bellaghy. Thousands of Catholic people come to the Cathedral to worship God.
St Eugene’s was built in the 19th Century, following the Catholic Emancipation Act of 1829, and was opened on the 4th May 1873 by Bishop Kelly, in the presence of Cardinal McGettigan and all the Catholic Bishops of the North. The sacred vessels used that day are still in the Cathedral.
The Cathedral is a “Decorated Gothic” building. This is well exemplified in the western tower and spire, the high nave ridge, the relatively low lean-to aisle roofs, the dropping of the ridge line over the chancel and the slight projection of the east gable beyond the aisles. The building has many decorative features including stonework, pinnacles and statues.
Take an audio tour of this fascinating building.

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: Guildhall Shipquay Place, Derry BT48 6DQ Northern Ireland

Sitting within reach of our famous 400-year-old Walls is one of the City’s most recognisable landmarks, the Guildhall. The Guildhall’s most arresting feature is its collection of stunning stained-glass windows.
Fashioned in a neo-gothic style, the Guildhall is one of the most striking buildings in the North West and was originally built in 1887 by The Honourable The Irish Society. The red sandstone building is of neo-gothic architecture, with Tudor overtones. The building’s staircase, main hall organ and corridors give a fascinating insight into this distinctive building’s history.
As well as being home to the impressive stained-glass windows, you’ll also be able to learn all about the Plantation of Ulster. The Guildhall features a new interactive tourist information point with interpretation panels throughout the building bringing to life its many special features. The dedicated exhibition explores how the Plantation has shaped the City’s history.

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: City Walking Tours, 11 Carlisle Rd, Londonderry BT48 6JJ, UK

Martin McCrossan City Tours is a company with a difference. Based in the heart of the historic city of Derry, this innovative family owned tourism venture, puts choice, quality and service at the centre of its activities.
The tour has been described by many as possibly the Best Value Walking Tour on the Island of Ireland.
With over fifty natural and built attractions in the region, such as Derry’s Walls, The Bogside, The Peoples Gallery (Murals) The Bloody Sunday Story, The History of the Apprentice Boys, The Marching Season Traditions. The walking tour has been listed by many as one of the best experiences they have had on their travels anywhere.
Doire, Derry, Londonderry has 1,500 years of history and culture enclosed within Ireland’s only completely walled city. From the sixth-century monastic settlement to the vibrant European city of the twenty-first century, no visit to Ireland is complete without a visit to Derry.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Informacion Adicional
"Wheelchair accessible"
"Stroller accessible"
"Service animals allowed"
"Near public transportation"
"Most travelers can participate"
"Confirmation will be received at time of booking"

Start Time: 2-Day Visit Derry Pass: Access 10 Attractions For One Great Price
4/29/2022 - 6/28/2025
Monday - Sunday : 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM

Duration: 2 Days
Cancellations and refunds: For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start time of the experience.


  • Entrance to 10 attractions and tours

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