Chapter House

The most impressive of all the churches built in Ulster in the early 17th century is St Columb’s Cathedral in Londonderry - the first Protestant Cathedral built in Britain or Ireland following the Reformation – and a fine example of “Planters Gothic” architecture.

The erection of the Chapter House in 1910 not only provided much needed accommodation for the clergy and choir, but also added greatly to the external appearance of the Cathedral. It now houses a Museum containing objects connected with the city’s history.