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A series of talks on the Formation of Northern Ireland by Dr Andrew Charles are planned for the next two weeks. Links to the broadcast will be found on this page in due course.
Saturday 8th August - 9.30am to 3pm.
From Monday 10th August, Monday - Saturday, 11am to 4pm.
The Siege Museum will re-open on Saturday 1st August at 11am.
The Siege Museum will remain closed for the foreseeable future due to the current Covid-19 pandemic.
We had initially shut for a period of two weeks, but in-keeping with the current Government guidelines this timeframe will now be extended.
We look forward to seeing you all in the very near future. Stay safe.
To mark the centenary of Northern Ireland, the Siege Museum has struck a limited edition commemorative jewel.
Priced at £20, they can be purchased in the museum or by contacting 02871 261219.
As part of the Walls 400 celebrations, the Siege Museum are delighted to be launching 'Guns of the Siege'.
The Siege Museum Management Committee pictured planting 4 sapling oak trees on Wednesday 5th June 2019.
The Siege Museum, 13 Society St, Londonderry, BT48 6PJ
Yesterday, the Mayor of Derry Strabane Council, Cllr John Boyle, and Stuart Moore from the Siege Museum, were at Boom Hall, lending a hand to the QUB Centre for Archaeological Fieldwork team of archaeologists, led by Ruth Logue.
The Siege Museum are delivering an outreach programme this Autumn, to deepen the understanding of the 1689 Siege and its legacy.