Its 400 years since the completion of Derry’s historic walls, a special exhibition is on display in the Tower Museum. Constructed between 1613-1619, the exhibition includes many objects and archives which have never been seen before including pottery, ceramics, leather and currency unearthed in archaeological digs during the 1970s and 1980s. The exhibition shows how the first residents within the walled town lived their daily lives. It is a fascinating story of social history that spans four decades of war, rebellion, peace and culture.
The exhibition is part of the Walled City 400 programme visit, www.walledcity400.com for more information
Time: 4pm - 8pm
Genres: Heritage / History / Museum / Visual Art / Visuals
Features: Family friendly / Wheelchair accessible
Address: Union Hall Place, Derry
No Booking Required