Clotworthy Arts Centre was built in the 1840s as a coach house and stables for Antrim Castle. It was once the centre of a thriving farm and consists of an enclosed central courtyard flanked by two wings built in a neo-Tudor style. It has been restored as an arts centre providing exhibition and meeting spaces. The studio theatre is adaptable for the presentation of various art forms and has excellent acoustic and advanced lighting and sound systems. It also has a Sennheiser Infra-Red sound system for individuals with impaired hearing. Facilities include: toilets, picnic tables and parking.
Leave Antrim town centre on A26 towards Ballymena. Turn left onto A6 towards Randalstown, take first entrance on left in 150 metres.