The tiny museum in the town's 18th-century courthouse has a collection of Irish arts and crafts works.
In the harbour car park, a plaque at the foot of a rock pinnacle commemorates the day in 1898 when Guglielmo Marconi's assistants...
Just east of town are the ruins of Bonamargy Friary, founded in 1485. It's an attractive site to explore, but sadly the vault – which...
Just off the Diamond, O'Connor's is Ballycastle's best pub for music, with trad Thursday nights year-round. From Easter to September,...
Morton's Fish & Chips
Fish and chips don't come fresher: local boats unload their daily catch right alongside this little harbourside hut. The cod, haddock,...
11b The Diamond · interesting places nearby
Cellar Restaurant information
Down a flight of steps from the street, this cosy little basement restaurant with intimate wooden booths and a big slate fireplace is a good place to sample Ulster produce like locally caught crab claws grilled, Carrick-a-Rede salmon and Rathlin Island lobster, along with Irish beef and lamb.