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 fascinating history of the siege and the birth of the apprentice boys. If you love history you wont be dissapointed!
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 apprentice boys is well worth reading about. We were able to go round on our own even though they would take you around them selves.... 更多
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 a very confusing topic even if you have grown up in Northern Ireland and it is no wonder that... 更多
I visited the recently opened visitor centre and Siege Museum with a friend in March 2016 as walk-ins. As a Derry local, I had some knowledge about the Siege but knew very little to be honest. However by the time we left, we both felt a lot more educated about that period in the city's history. We were greeted by... 更多
We took the opportunity to visit the The Apprentice Boys Memorial Hall in Derry/ Londonderry and we were very impressed. Stuart gave us a great tour of the lovely building and answered all of our questions in a very helpful manner. Derry/Londonderry is steeped in history and culture and it is a fascinating place to visit. The people are lovely... 更多
Excellent audio-visual presentations, great artefacts, very knowledgable guide, unbelivably balance facts and historic detail. Most definately worth a visit for individuals and groups!
Greeted with open arms and made to feel very welcome, these people are still living under siege to this day, but their spirit remains unbroken.