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Stop At: Culturlann Ui Chanain, 37 Great James Street, Derry BT48 7DB Northern Ireland
Walk with me along the ONLY walled city in Ireland, visit our neighbourhoods, see one of the finest collections of cannons in the world, listen to our local tales about the LONGEST city siege in Irish History, hear about why Derry is referred to as the Crucible of the Troubles and much much more.
On this tour you will learn about the foundation of Doire (Derry) dating back to the time of columcille in 546AD, ) Derry played a significant role throughout the years of mass Immigration from Ireland, particularly during the Famine (An Gorta Mór). Derry's walls date back to 1618, while walking on these walls you will learn of the Siege of Derry (1688-1689) and also you will be able to view the beautiful St Columbs Cathedral.
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: The Craft Village, Shipquay St, Derry BT48 6AR Northern Ireland
Irish Coffee Connoisseur demonstration and tasting
Discover the history and art of creating the world famous Irish Coffee in various locations across our beautiful City including a traditional Irish cottage.
Get the chance to create your very own Irish Coffee with a master class..
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Walled City Brewery, Ebrington Square & Parade Ground, 70 Ebrington St, Londonderry BT47 6FA, UK
"Due to popular demand the multi-award winning Walled City Brewery have finally launched their "Beer Masterclass"!
The Beer Masterclass is a 1.5 hour interactive experience where you can relax, sit back and let our talented brewers tell you the 9000 year story of brewing through 10 house beers, plus we match the beers to artisanal, local snacks. An authentic taste of Legenderry!
The Walled City Brewery is the first brewery in the Derry-Londonderry for over 100 years, and is housed in the historic Ebrington Barracks at the end of the Peace Bridge. They recently won the acclaimed “Best Gastropub in Ireland” and “Most Atmospheric Restaurant in Ireland” in 2017 & 2018. "
Duration: 3 hours