Green Lane Museum
Located within the beautiful surroundings of Roe Valley Country Park, Green Lane Museum gives visitors the opportunity to explore 19th and 20th century history relating to rural life in the Roe Valley including farming, local trades and linen industries. Temporary exhibitions and craft demonstrations take place at selected times throughout the season.
Museum Closed For Winter- Re-opens Friday 30th March 2018
Groups (eg. schools, community groups) can organise visits by appointment throughout the year, by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
April & May- weekends only, 1pm-4.45pm
June, July & August- Monday-Sunday, 1pm-4.45pm
September- weekends only, 1pm-4.45pm
Armoy Armada Display
18 April - 30 June
This display tells the amazing story of four legendary riders from North Antrim, who raced against each other as The Armoy Armada for 3 seasons of racing from 1977 to 1979. They were Mervyn Robinson, Joey Dunlop, Frank Kennedy and Jim Dunlop.
Children's drop-in craft workshop
Monday 22 April, 2-4pm
Experienced craft tutor, Thelma Whitehead, offers an exciting afternoon full of fun and creativity. Children aged 6+ years will have the opportunity to discover new skills while enjoyinh a variety of themed craft activities.
Contact Us - 41 Dogleap Road Limavady BT49 9NN
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028 7776 0650