Welcome to Ballycastle Museum
59 Castle Street – Ballycastle – Co. Antrim – BT54 6AS
Ballycastle Museum is housed in the listed 18th century courthouse and market building in the town centre. Visitors to the Accredited Museum can explore the permanent display of the fascinating history of the Irish Homes Industries Workshop, its role in the 1904 St Louis World Fair and the Arts and Crafts Revival in Ireland. Highlights also include Bronze Age archaeology, Boyds 18th century Ballycastle and the magnificent Taise Banner from the first Feis na nGleann in 1904.
Please note that from Easter until the end of June, and in September, the Museum is opened thanks to the generosity of the Friends of Ballycastle Museum who volunteer their time.
Easter weekend: Easter Saturday 10am-5pm; Easter Sunday & Monday 2pm-5pm
April–June: Friday & Saturday 10am-5pm; Sundays 2pm-5pm
July–August: Monday-Saturday 10am-6pm; Sunday 2pm-6pm
September: Friday & Saturday 10am-5pm; Sundays 2pm-5pm
October–December: Closed for winter.
You can find information on current and previous Ballycastle Museum PROJECTS here.