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The Apprentice Boys Memorial Hall, Derry
Categories: Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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Do not leave Londonderry without visiting here.amazing story of oppression .we also enjoyed an unexpected surprise,to be able to see the very smart marching bands
This is a little place down the side, but wow amazing , The collection and information they have is excellent, The information they hold is some stuff from the world wars. The history of the apprentic... read more »
This museum is long over due. The material is interesting and well presented. I did it in 30 minutes but I am sure that in order to do it justice that at least an hour would be more appropriate. It is... read more »
Brilliant Building, great people, what else could you ask for, History lesson we all need to learn, real events real people VVV
This lovely building contains an exhibition that explains the Apprentice Boys Clubs, their history and their traditions. It’s a little less forthcoming about their current activities (my question about the Masons was met with a stony silence). You can also visit their meeting rooms, which are strange, formal, court-like rooms. I strongly recommend you to visit here and talk to the guides; you get some real insights into some of the roots of the Troubles. You really should visit a Nationalist exhibition also, for balance.
True history of the people of Londonderry! Well worth a visit
A fantastic and historic place to visit, well worth a visit
Sectarian and to be avoided
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