The Siege Museum and Exhibition is a permanent exhibit about the Siege of Londonderry and the Apprentice Boys of Derry’s Associated Clubs. From the past to the present, this museum is a treasure collection of different artifacts. The exhibition, which has three floors, provides visitors with an instructive experience. Visitors on guided tours or group reservations will also get the opportunity to see one of the greatest collections of meeting rooms used by the ‘Loyal Orders.’
Where can i learn about the history of Ireland in County Londonderry?
The Siege of Londonderry, which took place in 1689, was a big moment in British and Irish history. An event so significant that its consequence has shaped and continues to shape the history of both the United Kingdom and Ireland.
For 105 days, up to 30,000 Protestants fought the Catholic King James II in the walled city of Londonderry, until the relieving flotilla burst the boom across the River Foyle on July 28 and the Jacobite troops began their withdrawal on August 1, 1689.
Group Visits to the Siege Museum – £5.00 per person for a one-hour guided tour.
- The museum and tourist centre is currently open Monday through Saturday.
- 10am – 5pm (last entry 4.00pm)
- (minimum payment for 10 people)
- For £8.00 per person, a combined tour of the Siege Museum, Apprentice Boys Memorial Hall, and City Walls is provided. This trip will last about 2 hours.
- Museum Admission Adult – £5.00 Concession – £4.00 Under 12 – Free There is no need to make a reservation.