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Ballymoney Show

Ballymoney Showgrounds, 4A North Road, Ballymoney, Co Antrim, BT53 6BW
crowds browsing through an indoor market with various stalls at the Ballymoney Show
  • crowds browsing through an indoor market with various stalls at the Ballymoney Show
  • various tractors and agricultural machinery on display outdoors at the Ballymoney Show
  • a table filled with art materials and displays and walls either side displaying art and posters at the Ballymoney Show


A fun day out for all the family!

A fun day out for all the family, Ballymoney Show, held in Ballymoney Showgrounds in County Antrin, is only a few miles from the famous Causeway Coast.

In addition to the 100 plus trade stands, Home Industries and local schools also provide over 2,000 entries with some magnificent displays on offer.

On Friday afternoon, there are classes for ponies and light horses, and for any dog lovers, there is a Dog Show on Friday evening, as well as YFC football competitions and tug of war.

Saturday is the main judging day, where more than 1,000 animals are being judged—including Clydesdale horses, cattle, sheep, and goats.

There will be floral and cookery demonstrations in the Food Village, alongside artisan food and craft stands selling local produce; as well as musical entertainment over the 2 days.

In addition to all this, children's entertainment will be provided, including face painting, children's fancy dress, Bonny Baby competitions, and bouncy castles.

Ballymoney Show offers something for everyone, no matter their age or whether they are a town's person or a country person.

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Opening Times

Season (31 May 2024 - 1 June 2024)
Friday15:00 - 21:30
Saturday09:00 - 16:00

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