See the vibrant city of Derry/Londonderry from the top of a red open top double-decker bus. Let City Sightseeing introduce you to this historic city by taking you to 7 of the most fabulous attractions for you to visit during your stay. Just look out for the bus tour at the starting point at Derry Visitor and convention Bureau and get ready for a trip of a lifetime!
Are you ready to explore the wonders that Derry has to offer? Just hop on to one of our red, open-top buses at the starting point, Derry Visitor and Convention Bureau. From here, you'll be able to discover Derry from up high as we take you to 7 treasures of this city. Hop off at bus stop 2 to experience the Diamond, the city's famous war memorial, built in 1927, in order to commemorate the lives lost in World War I and II.
Hop off at bus stop 3 to discover the Guildhall, a glorious neo-gothic style building built in the 19th century. The Bogside is also another must-see attraction, located at bus stop 4. Here you'll be able to dive into the history of Derry and learn all about the Battle of the Bogside. Next up at bus stop 5 is the Waterside, where you can take a long leisurely walk and soak up the peaceful atmosphere. Hop off at bus stop 6 to gain a different perspective of Derry and see all the street art at Nelson Drive Murals. Last but not least, hop off at bus stop 7 to take the Scenic river walk to appreciate all of nature's wonder and its idyllic atmosphere. Get your ticket online today!
Audio-guides available in 5 languages to discover Derry-Londonderry's culture, history & traditions
Free Booklet with deals and discounts at museums, restaurants, and other Tours
24h/48hr unlimited Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour with 360º panoramic views of Derry-Londonderry
Create your itinerary. Stay as much as you like in each stop. Make as many full loops as you wish!
Operational season: 1st April - 30th September Except on: 12th July, 12th August / First tour: 10:00 a.m. Last tour: 4:00 p.m.
Hop On/Hop off Stops are Tourist Information Centre, The Diamond, Guildhall, The Bogside, Ebrington, Nelson Drive Murals, The Quay
Visit Derry - Visitor Information Centre
The Visit Derry Visitor Information Centre is based in Waterloo place right next to the Derry walls by Magazine Gate. It offers vital services for people visitor the city including; information about the city’s attractions, a visitor pass, Gift Shop, and a Café.
Diamond War Memorial
The Diamond War Memorial is a memorial dedicated to citizens that lost their lives during the World Wars. There are names of 755 men and one woman commemorated, it was designed by Sydney & Vernon March and it was unveiled in 1927 by Mayor-General F.F. Ready, General Officer Commanding the Northern Ireland district.
The Guildhall is a Grade A listed building where the members of Derry City and Strabane District Council meet. It’s clock tower was modelled after Big Ben in London, it has the mayor’s Parlour, a Café, the Plantation of Ulster exhibition and is decorated with stain glass windows donated by London Companies. A guided tour around the Guildhall is one of the essential activities for visitors to the city.
The Bogside is a neighbourhood outside the city walls of Derry, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. The large gable-wall murals by the Bogside Artists, Free Derry Corner and the Gasyard Féile (an annual music and arts festival held in a former gasyard) are popular tourist attractions. The Bogside is a majority Catholic/Irish republican area, and shares a border with the Protestant/Ulster loyalist enclave of the Fountain.
Ebrington Square is a former military barracks that was given to the executive office to be redeveloped for public benefit. It is where the Peace Bridge connects to in the waterside, the former parade ground is used as events space and many of the buildings of the barracks have been redeveloped and now house local businesses.