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If you are in the area, this village is well worth a visit. Try and take a guided tour to get the best from your visit.
Lots of interesting buildings in the village and a lot of history to find out, esp the unusual cemetery....More
Went on our day off to visit the Village. I would recommend starting at the museum in the Old School and reading about the history before using one of the free maps and walking around the places shown on the map. A lovely place with...More
The village of Gracehill, a settlement founded by the Moravians in 1765 and Northern Ireland’s First Conservation area. The layout of the buildings and the unique Georgian style of architecture remain very much the same.The Moravian Church remains central to the village, facing the square...More
This is a quaint village with a lot of history. It seems weird but it's worth going to the old graveyard up behind the moravian church if it is open. It has such an atmosphere and tells a story about the history of the area.
This village between Ballymena and Ahoghill contains a lot of listed buildings that were built by the Moravian's when they came to settle here. There is a lot of history surrounding this village and it is perfect to take photos in. Well worth a stop.