Recently re-located to Bryan Street, they have renovated this fantastic bank building to a spectacular standard. They are Northern Ireland first premium chocolate and dessert bistro. Offering handmade chocolates, dessert and hot food.
This fantastic Italian restaurant offers freshly made pasta on site everyday and pizza dough from scratch daily all baked in a large stone pizza oven. They also have an extensive wine, beer and cocktail menu making it the perfect weekend treat.
This modern and unique coffee shop offers only the Highest quality of ingredients. One of the only places that offer Gluten free, dairy free and vegan friendly options.
Located in the centre of Ballymena, Rococo is a stylish restaurant and wine bar. Offering a fun and vibrant atmosphere, you can be sure to have a dining experience to remember. Producing great value food, and using only the freshest local ingredients as well as modern cooking techniques to ensure delicious dishes without compromise.
Specialising in designer footwear and handbags. The only shoe shop in Ballymena that offers the brands Irregular Choice, Poetic Licence, Jeffery West, Cruyff, Lollipop, Zandra Rhodes and many more. With their online shop, purchasing your favourite brands could not be easier.
Offering Ballymena a large selection in footwear and sporting clothes as well as equipment.
Ballymena's original shopping centre with over 30 high street brands and independent retailers, you are guaranteed to find what you are looking for.
One of the largest independent electrical retailers in Northern Ireland, dealing directly with the big brands and Europe wide Euronics buying group.
They stock a wide range of electrical appliances from range cookers and American fridge-freezers to 4K television and HiFi separates.
Whether you're 9 or 90, boy or girl, we are sure our charming little trail will put a smile on your face. The enchanting outdoor fairy trail is the newest & most popular family attraction to come to the Galgorm / Ballymena area.
With its unmistakable profile rising above the surrounding plain, this extinct volcano has always captivated visitors. Slemish is famous as the location where, according to legend, Saint Patrick tended sheep for six years after being captured and taken to Ireland. From a car park with interpretation, there is a looped walk ascending to the summit - a popular pilgrimage walk on Saint Patrick's Day each year.
Popular with sporting enthusiasts who can avail of the 4 astroturf Tennis Courts and an outdoor bowling green. The vast open space allows for "unstructured play" and is a wonderful environment for all ages to make use of and enjoy. The new outdoor gym is also proving to be a popular addition to the park for all age groups of park users.
The park pavilion provides a secure resting place for all and the site overlooks a large lake, home to a large range of wild ducks and geese. Hungry folks and birds can enjoy a snack with vending machines available for humans and "Ducks Choice" for the birds in the park dam.
Take time to explore the famous Glens of Antrim. There are nine altogether, each with its own scenic drive, with lyrical names such as Glencloy, Glentaisie and Glenballyemon. Don't miss Glenariff Forest Park, set in the "Queen of the Glens", with bracing walks and beautiful waterfalls. Stop off in pretty towns and villages such as Glenarm, Carnlough, Cushendall and Cushendun, and enjoy a traditional music session.
Excite all the senses on this exhilarating cliff-face path, which was first enjoyed in the early 1900s. Located on the scenic Islandmagee peninsula, the attraction has been reborn and reimagined for the 21st century giving unparalleled access to the rugged Antrim Coast. The dramatic and challenging path includes spectacular tubular and suspension bridges, caves, steps and tunnels. There is also a fascinating Visitor Centre and cliff-top path.
An excellent day out for all the family, the park is packed full of exciting and unusual attractions, in a spectacular setting overlooking the Antrim Coast. Highlights include an outdoor adventure playground, family fun zone, nine-hole golf course, walled garden, walking trails, geocaching, a hedge maze in the shape of Northern Ireland, caravan and camping site and a modern visitor centre/café.