Boasting a vibrant culture and equally stunning backdrop, Londonderry remains the second-biggest city in Northern Ireland, not to mention one of the most exquisite walled locations the world over. Don’t let its charm and looks deceive you though, as Londonderry also has a dark past tucked away, just waiting to be discovered.

Of course, this slice of Northern Ireland has a number of attractions and sites, all rich in culture and history, and all of which can make your trip one to remember.

So, if you’re unsure of what there is to do in Londonderry, read on. Below have listed just three activities to consider whilst visiting this beautiful city.

‘The People’s Gallery’

Londonderry is home to some of the most stunning and hand-on-heart murals and this outdoor gallery will transport you to the past and connect with the artists on a far deeper level than just at face-value. While some reveal the torn history of this location, others focus on clever creativity to get the message across in an effective, yet sometimes jaw-dropping way.

The People’s Gallery is a must-see for everyone, from those intrigued by the location’s past to individuals drawn in by the murals’ artistic aesthetics.

A Trip to Bedlam Market

If, however, you fancy yourself a little bit of a shopper and can’t get enough of the bustle of quaint and quirky markets, Bedlam Market in Londonderry is the stop for you. With memorabilia guaranteed to take you back to childhood lining the shelves of little shops in this marketplace, you can’t get much more vintage than this! Yes, Bedlam Market is a definite must if you love picking up old-fashioned treasures to add to your existing collection.

Londonderry Tours

Of course, if you are only visiting Londonderry for a day or two, it is unlikely you will be able to see everything this city can offer. However, you can give it your best shot with one of our Londonderry tours! On this tour, you will be led by a specialist guide, clued up on the ins and outs of all you need to know about this wonderful location. Plus, with stops like the landing site of Amelia Earhart and a highly historic break at a former base camp during WWII (now, the Beech Hill Hotel) along the way, you can be sure that you have received the best possible experience during your trip to this city.

If you have any further questions about our Londonderry tour, please feel free to get in touch today through our website. We look forward to seeing you on one of our guided walks!