News

  • Saturday 4th December marks the annual Shutting of the Gates commemorations in Londonderry.  The Siege Museum will keep its ground floor open on this day until 3pm with no entry cost. We hope everyone coming to the City has a peaceful and safe day.

  • It was an honour for the Siege Museum to host a visit for Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal, today 2 November 2021, following which the Trustees of the Apprentice Boys Memorial Hall extended an invitation to the adjacent building.

  • On Saturday 11th & 18th September and on Saturday 2nd October the museum will close at the earlier time on 2pm. Last entry on these days will be 1.30pm. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

  • The annual Relief of Londonderry parade will take place on Saturday 14th August. Commencing at 11am with the walking of the Walls.  The Siege Museum will have special opening hours of 9am to 11am on the day.

  • On Saturday 24th July, the Siege Museum will officially launch its new NI Centennial Wall & Drum.  The event will take place from 2pm-4pm both in and outside the museum.

  • Join our Siege period gunners on Society Street at 2pm on;

    Saturday 17th July, 31st July, S7th August, 21st August and 28th August.

  • Finally!  The Siege Museum are delighted to announce that we will re-open to visitors on Monday 24th May.  Our opening hours will be Monday to Saturday 10am to 5pm (last entry 4.30pm)
     

  • With news that museums might soon be permitted to re-open, The Siege Museum is delighted to have aquired the Covid-19 Industry Standard in partnership with the National Tourist Organisations of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, meaning WE'RE GOOD TO GO!

     

  • The Siege Museum receives grant of £10,0000 from the Shared History Fund to mark the Centenary of Northern Ireland

  • Firstly, can we take this moment to wish you all a very Happy New Year.

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