Ballymoney Museum

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Town Hall 1 Townhead Street, Ballymoney, County Antrim,
T: (028) 2766 0230

Important archaeological finds, rare exhibits and a unique collection of artifacts and memorabilia.

From Mesolithic to Motorcycles, discover the history, beauty and mystery of Ballymoney.

Ballymoney Museum is located within the Town Hall and offers visitors the opportunity to explore the vibrant history of the area. The permanent exhibition includes the story of the area since early times including the mystical Derrykeighan Stone from which the museum takes its enigmatic logo, the 1798 Rebellion, local involvement in the two World Wars, the Corfield Camera factory and the history of Road Racing in Ireland. Also provided as part of the cultural services events programme are temporary exhibitions exploring specific local stories and a History Resource Area that contains information useful for genealogical research. The Visitor Information Centre is also located within the building.

Apologies we are currently closed to the public but please use our online resources niarchive org or email us cms@causewaycosstandglens giv uk

The area of Ballymoney is renowned for its rich and colourful history. Fertile land has attracted people to this region since the early Stone Age and through the centuries Celts, Vikings, Normans, Scots and English have all claimed land and settled here.

To discover more of the history of the Borough and its people, visit Ballymoney Museum.