Places to Visit
Lough Neagh is the jewel of Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough. Its central location, high quality tourist accommodation, superb retail facilities, rich tapestry of history and friendly welcome make it an ideal base for visitors to Northern Ireland.
There is such an abundance of places to visit that you'll be spoilt for choice, but don't just take our word for it - come and find out for yourself!
Museum at The Mill invites visitors of all ages to explore the history and learn about the heritage of Mossley Mill, a flax spinning mill in County Antrim which dates back to the early 1800s.
The Newtownabbey Way, originally conceived as the ‘Millennium Way’ in the late 1990s, becomes part of National Cycle Network Route 93 and runs from Corr’s Corner to the shores of Belfast Lough at Whiteabbey.
Located in the Old Courthouse, Market Square, Antrim the Old Courthouse Information Centre is your first stop shop for information.
Church Street, Antrim.
Opening Times (June - September only)
Thursday and Friday afternoons, 2pm – 5pm
Saturdays, 10am – 5pm (closed 1pm – 2pm for lunch)
Visits/Tours outside these
months can be arranged by
For further details contact
Antrim Borough Council, T. 028 9448 1338 E. [email protected]
For further details contact Michael Savage
T. 07715 368050
Free access all year round.
T. 028 9447 2211
For details on Sentry Hill Historic House and Visitor Centre visit www.sentryhill.net
Randalstown Road, Antrim
T.028 9442 8216
Located off Stiles Way, Meadows housing development, Antrim.
Holestone Road, Parkgate.