Originating in 1902, Ballymoney Show, organised by the North Antrim Agricultural Association Ltd, is one of the oldest agricultural shows in Northern Ireland.
Although Ballymoney Show is steeped in tradition they have continually reviewed and adapted their annual show to truly reflect and celebrate the diversity which the local countryside has to offer.
In April 2007, Ballymoney Museum worked with the North Antrim Agricultural Association to produce a colourful exhibition celebrating their 100th Ballymoney Show.
The Association was founded in 1903 and staged their first show the same year. The Show was closed down during World War Two, but was later revived by the three Young Farmers Clubs in the area – Finvoy, Kilraughts and Moycraig.