Activities and Attractions
Tourist Information Tel:01624 686766
The Manx Museum
Extended in 1989, the building houses a 200 seat film theatre, the National Art Gallery and the Manx National Heritage Centre.
Castle Rushen Tel:01624 648000
One of the best examples of a medieval fortress in Europe, the various exhibitions and film shows give an insight into the days of the Kings and Lords of Mann.
Once the ruling seat of the Kingdom of Mann, the grounds provide a spectacular stage and backdrop for plays and concerts.
The Old House of Keys Tel:01624 648000
Now restored to its original 19th-century glory, it served as the assembly and debating chamber for the Manx parliament until 1874 and now gives an insight into the island’s unique political heritage.
Cregneash Village Folk Museum
The village is a living museum of a Manx upland crofting community, including thatched cottages and farm buildings illustrating a traditional way of life around the 19th and 20th centuries.
Moore’s Traditional Curers Tel:01624 843622
Take a tour of the factory, which is also a museum, where age-old curing methods are still in use today. There is also a factory shop.
Snaefell Mountain Railway
Features 65 miles of fabulous Victorian railways and tramways, which attract visitors from all over the world. Sit back and marvel at the fantastic scenery on the way to the summit at 2,036ft.
Curragh Wildlife Park Tel:01624 897323
Many rare and endangered species are allowed to roam freely in re-creations of their natural habitat. There is also a café and picnic area.
Gaiety Theatre Box Office Tel:01624 694555
The redeveloped theatre has been integrated with Villa Marina and Villa Arcade to form the focal point of many of the Island’s premier cultural events.