The authentic Bloody Sunday and Bogside Murals Private Walking tour. Tour is lead by a Son of one of the Bloody Sunday victims. Guides are all local with local knowledge. The Bogside is the Crucible of the northern conflict known as the 'Troubles'. This now vibrant area of Derry City was the site of some of the most important eras in modern Irish history. Civil Rights Period The Battle of the Bogside Bloody Sunday Massacre Operation Motorman Widgery Tribunal Saville Inquiry Good Friday Agreement Peace Process Private walking tour will last for 90 minutes. Bogside Murals. Free Derry Corner. Bloody Sunday site and Monument.
Details about this tour
Visitors will be able to explore the Bogside area of Derry City.
Once the cradle of the modern day conflict in Ireland is now the number tourist attraction in Derry.
The world famous Free Derry Wall stands as a symbol of the Civil Rights period.
The Bogside walls murals depicting important events in modern Irish history.
Bloody Sunday memorial is a reminder of the terrible events of the 30th January 1972.
Both Inquiries, Widgery Tribunal and Saville Inquiry, in to the events of Bloody Sunday are discussed. The Saville Inquiry paved the way for proper negotiations to take place and form the framework for the Good Friday Agreement.
The Good Friday Peace Agreement in 1998. The peace agreement enabled politicians to make space for a possible political solution to end the armed conflict of the last 30 years.
- Private guided walking tour
- Local guide
- Professional guide
- Transportation to/from attractions
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
A minimum of 2 people per booking is required
This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate