Manx Aviation and Military Museum
A chance to find out more about the significant role the Isle of Man played during the Second World War and beyond.
The Manx Aviation and Military Museum is dedicated to the memory of those people who served in the military from the Island and further afield.
It commemorates the people that gave their lives serving in the forces and those that have died as a result of more than 200 flying accidents in and around the Isle of Man.
Step inside and you’ll discover the story of the Manx Regiment which became the British Army’s best anti aircraft unit in World War II.
A host of memorabilia is displayed in three exhibition rooms – representing military, civil and wartime aviation - which can be browsed at your leisure.
You’ll find a varied range of artefacts including a Vickers machine gun and tripod, a Bren gun, mannequins in military uniform, photographs and even parts from aircraft that have crashed and been recovered.
Opening Times and Admission
The Manx Aviation and Military Museum is open all year from 10am to 4.30pm at weekends, bank holidays and through the TT and Manx Grand Prix periods.
The museum can also be opened at other times by prior arrangement.
Admission is free.
Location and Contact
Manx Aviation and Military Museum, Ronaldsway, Ballasalla, IM9 2AT.
For more information telephone 01624 829294 or visit www.maps.iofm.net/museum.