Second Killyleagh Presbyterian Church
The church is located in a Conservation area in the centre of the model plantation village which was laid out in the early 16th century. The Conservation Designation document recognised the historic importance and quality of the townscape and highlighted "deserving of special mention is the attractive Second Presbyterian Church designed in Doric classical style with Gothic features." The village's most famous son was Sir Hans Sloane, founder of the British Museum, Natural History Museum and British Library. The church building was erected in 1840 and celebrated its 175 year anniversary in 2015.