Ballymoney Museum

Places to See | Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland.



At Ballymoney Museum in County Antrim visitors can explore the vibrant history of the Borough. On display are rare finds from the Bronze and Medieval periods as well as exhibits associated with the political upheaval of the late 18th century and the United Irish Rebellion.

The museum also holds a unique collection of artefacts and memorabilia associated with Irish Motor Cycle Road Racing.

Address: Ballymoney Museum, Ballymoney Town Hall, 1 Townhead Street, Ballymoney, Co. Antrim BT53 6BE


4 Responses to Ballymoney Museum

  1. Hi

    I was interested in a book about a Cornfield camera. I was advised by Waterstones that this book was available from the museum. Could you confirm if this is the case and if it retails in Belfast as this is where I am located.
    I look forward to hearing from you.
    Regards
    lisa wilson

    lisa wilson November 8, 2013 at 3:46 pm Reply
    • Hi Lisa

      I’m one of the photographers here. I’m afraid we wouldn’t know about your specific query but you may like to call the museum directly on +44 28 2766 0230.

      Good luck!
      Thomas

      Thomas November 8, 2013 at 3:51 pm Reply
  2. Dear Sir / Madam,

    I hope you’re well? My query unfortunately has nothing to do with the museum – sorry.
    I’m trying to find out information about Lisheegan – Ballymoney in the 60’s. I’m trying to locate a family who lived there. I’m trying to find contact details for the old post office called Killians (I think), any churches, town hall if one existed. Lisheegan is in the Civil Parish of Finvoy or used to be – would they have old electoral records or is there any contacts there? Do you know if there’s any historians around that might be able to help and I could contact?
    Any help would be appreciated.
    Thanks in advance.
    Christine

    Christine Feely April 23, 2015 at 4:28 pm Reply
    • Hi Christine

      Thanks for your comment. Can’t really help you here. We are photobloggers who travel across Ireland with 360° cameras recording where we go on this website.

      Might I suggest you try here: http://www.ballymoneyancestry.com. It could be a good starting point for your enquiry.
      Hope you get on well.
      Thomas

      Thomas April 28, 2015 at 8:29 am Reply

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