This hour long walking tour is the authentic and detailed Bloody Sunday tour given by some of the relatives of the victims of that day. The walking to will take you into the heart of Derry's Bogside where the Bloody Sunday massacre occured passing the Bogside Murals and the Museum of Free Derry. Bloody Sunday was a major turning point for the Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association and was a massive turning point in Ireland and Irish history. The tour will finish at the Bloody sunday monument on Rossville Street in sight of Free Derry Wall just below the walls of Derry.
Bogside History Tours offer bespoke walking and coach tours designed around you and your group's requirements. University and school group specialist tours are given by fully trained and local tour guides who have been directly affected by Bloody Sunday and the conflict. We also offer taxi tours of the City of Derry from £25.00 per hour encompassing the entire city history.
Walking tours of the Derry walls and the historic city of Derry are also offered. Learn how Derry became Londonderry. Find out about the history of Derry from Colmcille to the 1641 rebellion right to the siege of Derry, Derry gaol, partition, the politics of Gerrymandering the Civil Rights era and Bloody Sunday.
Bogside History Tours are solely operated by relatives of some the people who where killed on that day. This company is owned by Paul Doherty a leading tour guide and well-known character in Derry and the northwest of Ireland.
Paul is the son of Patrick Doherty one of the innocent victims of Bloody Sunday.
This walking tour looks at the political and social repercusions of Bloody Sunday. Bogside History Tours offer political and historical tours in Derry and Donegal.
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