The Museum of Free Derry focuses on the civil rights campaign which emerged in the 1960s and the Free Derry/early Troubles period of the early 1970s.
It tells the people’s story of the civil rights movement, the Battle of the Bogside, Internment, Free Derry and Bloody Sunday.
The museum has an archive of over 25,000 individual items relating to this period in the city’s history. Most items with immense historical significance were donated by local residents.
**Currently we are situated at temporary premises we will move back to our original premises in October 2016**.
NB. This map is based on the postcode and so may not reflect the exact location.
Opening times:Opening hours:
All Year (excl Christmas & New year)
Monday - Friday 09:30 - 17.00
Saturday - (Apr - Sept) 13:00 - 16:00
Sunday - (Jul - Sept) 13:00 - 16:00
Concessionary/Group (10+) £2.00pp
Joint tickets with Free Derry Tours
Location / Directions
Located in Glenfada Park off Rossville Street a few minutes walk from the city centre. - From March 2015 the museum will be temporarily relocated to 39 Shipquay Street
- Gift Shop
- Accept Groups/Coach Parties
- Open Mondays
- Euro Accepted
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