The Apprentice Boys Memorial Hall, Derry

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  • Very disappointed by this attempt to re-write history . Inside the Memorial hall It clearly states that the 'Troubles' started because Catholics wanted an United Ireland and the Protestants wanted to ...  more »
  • I came here in the afternoon after reading previous reviews and have to say the new museum is first class. I was able to read at my leisure and there are some fantastic artefacts of what is a fascinat...  more »
  • 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  more »
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  • 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