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Of course, it's not just the sights that make a city — there's also the people. In this part of Londonderry, you'll find 87,000 of them.
Londonderry is 60 miles northwest of the nation's capital, Belfast, and 7 miles south of Iskaheen.
The entire family will have a ball at Templemore Sports Complex and the Nerve Centre. Kids still full of energy? Don't stop yet. Keep them busy with a visit to the Brunswick Moviebowl and Mann Cat Sanctuary.
Setting foot in Riverwatch Aquarium and Visitor Centre is like being dropped into the depths of the ocean, but without needing to take your clothes off! Here you'll get up close to all kinds of fascinating aquatic life.
Stuff your picnic basket with tasty treats and venture to one of Londonderry's urban parks for a leisurely day out. You can select from Brooke Park, St. Columb's Park and Ness Wood.
To really discover a place, there’s nothing like picking up a little local knowledge. Whatever you're hoping to find, the helpful staff at Derry Visitor and Convention Bureau will be able to lead you in the right direction.
The River Faughan and The River Foyle are a delight for the senses. Not only for the calming atmosphere and stunning views that accompany freshwater lakes, but for the liveliness of the birdlife that flock there, too. Enagh Lough is one more natural waterbody that's worth a few hours of your time.
If you're looking to expand your mind or even just escape a wet-weather day, the Tower Museum and the Museum of Free Derry and Bloody Sunday Memorial should be on your itinerary. Enquire about group tours or study the captivating exhibits in your own time. Museum nerds should also pencil in stops at Harbour Museum and the Apprentice Boys Memorial Hall.
Whether you prefer to study the accompanying explanation or simply let the pieces speak for themselves, you'll have a terrific time viewing the canvases on display at the Peoples Gallery.
Don't just read about history, discover it with your own eyes at the Gasyard Heritage Centre! Here you'll enjoy an exciting look into the people and events that have influenced the area over the years.
To really comprehend the background of Londonderry, set aside time to experience the Derry City Walls and the Diamond. Why not also spend a little time at Guildhall and Banagher Old Church?
Craigavon Bridge is a timeless landmark here. While local residents may seem to take it for granted, most travellers leave impressed by this relic of of a time long since passed.
The solid stone walls and sprawling grounds at Dungiven Castle are what folk tales are made of. Connect with your inner king or queen with a visit this formidable fortification.
Whether you're a believer or not, houses of prayer like St. Eugene's Cathedral and St. Columb's Cathedral are sure to be among the most peaceful and uplifting sights you’ll encounter in your travels. A lot of spiritually curious travellers also squeeze in a visit to Dungiven Priory and Star of the Sea Church, Faughanvale.
When you're on the road, it's sometimes the less celebrated sites that'll stick in your memories once you arrive back home. Two good examples here are Peace Bridge and the You are Now Entering Free Derry Mural. And there is also the Campsie Karting Centre and Bishop Gate.