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NW200: The Race and the places exhibition

Ballymoney Museum, Ballymoney Town Hall, 1 Townhead Street, Ballymoney, County Antrim, BT53 6BE
Image showing details of the NW200 2022 Museum Programme.  Running from May -August 2022, Admission Free.  Image of a black/white/turquoise coloured m
  • Image showing details of the NW200 2022 Museum Programme.  Running from May -August 2022, Admission Free.  Image of a black/white/turquoise coloured m
  • Flyer showing details of the 2022 Museums Programme.  For further information visit www.niarchive.org/nw200 or contact Museum Services on 028 2766 023

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The NW200 circuit has changed over the years, from the start-finish location to the visible difference in levels of health and safety measures.

View photographs of the key places in the NW200 circuit and their transformation through the decades.

Capture the Moment – Faces and Places of the 2022 NW200

After two years, Capture the Moment is back! Amateur and professional photographers alike are invited to help us take a snapshot of race week 2022.

This year's competition entries will be exhibited in Ballymoney Museum from 15th June; a prize will be awarded to the best photo based on a popular vote by visitors to the exhibition and photographers under 16 will receive a free gift.

For more information, visit www.niarchive.org/nw200

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Opening Times

Season (4 May 2022 - 27 Aug 2022)
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Monday - TuesdayClosed
Wednesday - Saturday09:30 - 04:30
SundayClosed

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