90 Years of NW200 Racing since 1929 - North West 200 Exhibition

May 02 2019 - Aug 31 2019
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Town Hall 1 Townhead Street, Ballymoney, County Antrim,
 (028) 2766 0230

New 90th Anniversary exhibition with rich display of bikes photographs and memorabilia.

This new 90th Anniversary exhibition explores the history of the race, its riders, support staff and spectators, through a rich display of bikes, helmets, photographs and memorabilia.

Not just for Adults, there will be a kids activity zone and trail to keep them busy. Special Sunday openings during North West 200 Week 12 and 19 May from 13:00 - 17:00.

Museum will also be a NW200 Family Fun Day in Ballymoney Museum on Saturday 11 May, from 13:00 - 15:00. Admission is Free. Join artists and crafts people such as Chocolate manor, kids bee creative and jumping clay to make some creative pieces inspired by the NW200 to take home. Suitable for all the family.

The popular Capture the moment Photo Competition will also run this year entitled Face and Places of the 2019 North West 200 from 21 June – 31 August 2019. Competition entries from 2019 will be on display giving visitors the opportunity to vote for the People’s Choice Winner.

Amateur and professional photographers alike are invited to help us take a snapshot of NW 200 Race week 2019. Deadline for Competition Entries 3 June 2019. Prizes will be awarded for an under 18s category and overall best phot. Visitors to the museum will be able to vote for their favourite photo which will be awarded the People’s Choice prize. Entries should relate in some way to the NW200 and its impact on the Causeway Coast and Glens area. There is a limit of two entries per person and only photos taken during race week (11th -19th May 2019) will be accepted. All competition entries will be on display in Ballymoney Museum from 21st June – 31 August. For more information on how to take part, visit or contact Museum Service on or Tel. 028 2766 0230

Don’t forget to visit the Dunlop Memorial Gardens, in Ballymoney, commemorating the achievements of the late racing legends, brothers Joey and Robert Dunlop.