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Ballymoney Heritage Trail

Townhead Street Car Park , Ballymoney, Antrim, BT53 6BE
Clock Tower in Ballymoney
  • Clock Tower in Ballymoney
  • Ruins of Ballymoney Old Church Graveyard
  • Ballymoney Town Hall
  • St Patricks Church of Ireland in Ballymoney
  • Ballymoney Town Centre
  • Dunlop Memorial Archway, Ballymoney

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Ballymoney Heritage Trail features a 2.5 miles long self-guided walking tour of the finest built heritage within the market town of Ballymoney, where you can discover more about the people and places from the past.

Starting at Townhead Street Car Park (charge applies), pick up a Heritage Guide from the Visitor Information Centre opposite, and follow the 16 points of interest highlighted on the guide map (back page). 

The first point of interest is Ballymoney Town Hall; from here proceed along Townhead Street, crossing North Road and into St. James's Road to view St. James's Presbyterian Church.  

Retrace your steps to the Town Hall and continue down High Street to its junction with Charlotte Street where you will see the Northern Bank Building. Turn right into Charlotte Street and walk along to view Ballymoney Reformed Presbyterian Church and the Old Court House.  

Retrace your steps back to High Street and the Diamond where you can view the Masonic Hall and Town Clock on the right.  Proceed straight ahead along Church Street passing The Old Bankhouse on the right.  At the end of Church Street on the right is the Old Church Tower and ahead on the left is St. Patrick's Parish Church.  

Now on Queen Street continue along to the roundabout at Rodeing Foot.  On the other side of the road is Trinity Presbyterian Church.  At the roundabout make a right turn into Meeting House Street and continue along this road passing Ballymoney First Presbyterian Church on the left.  At the traffic lights turn left into Seymour Street to view Ballymoney Methodist Church and Railway Station building.  Retrace your steps to the traffic lights taking the opportunity to visit the Dunlop Memorial gardens on route.

Crossing over, continue left along Castle Street to the Church of Our Lady and St. Patrick and the Kirgan Monument located in the adjacent graveyard.  This completes the heritage trail.  Retrace your steps along Castle Street making a left up Main Street and back to Townhead Street Car Park opposite the Town Hall.

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  • Activities accessible for visitors with disabilities
  • Designated parking provided for guests with disabilities


  • Picnic Area

Establishment Features

  • Route maps available
  • Toilets

Parking & Transport

  • Car parking
  • Parking Areas for Disabled Visitors

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