Ballymoney is a popular destination for many visitors. Its ancient buildings contribute greatly to the town's appeal. The old church tower even dates back to 1637. For more information on the history of the town, you should visit the Museum and Heritage Centre which gives an insight into the character of the area.
Complementing the nostalgic charm of the town, there is a wide choice of shops and restaurants which are all conveniently serviced by nearby parking facilities. A walk through the town is a pleasure - the streets are tidy and overlooked by an attractive array of traditional shopfronts. The town is also an ideal centre from where you can tour the Causeway coast . This area offers such delights as the World Heritage Site, the Giant's Causeway and the Bushmills Distillery, the oldest licensed distillery in the world.
If you feel like a quiet afternoon, you can appreciate the tranquility of the Ballymoney Riverside Park - 30 acres of parkland with riverside walks, a boating lake as well as facilities for canoeing. For the more active, Ulster's largest bowling hall in the the town's Ballybrakes Business Park beckons or alternatively, you could practice your squash, snooker or swimming at the Riada centre.