The perfect place to start the Story of Mann trail and begin your journey around the Isle of Man’s most prestigious heritage sites.
From Viking finds, natural wonders of the world, the famous TT Races and wartime internment – you’ll find something to appeal to everyone at the Manx Museum.
The museum has plenty of interactive displays, films and a wide range of exhibits which will help you uncover the Isle of Man’s history and heritage.
Make a beeline for the Manx Museum early on in your visit as it’s a great starting point if you are looking to explore the Island’s heritage attractions. The Story of Mann trail starts here and will help guide you through some of the Island’s greatest historic landmarks and the best way to explore them.
The National Art Gallery in the museum contains work from a number of famous artists including Archibald Knox, William Hoggat and John Miller Nicholson and there’s also a national library and well stocked archives for those visitors keen to explore the Island’s history further.
There is also tearoom and gift shop located within the museum.
Opening Times and Admission
The Manx Museum is open all year from Monday to Saturday between 10am and 5pm.
Admission is free of charge.
Disabled access and car parking is also available.
Location and Contact
Manx Museum, Kingswood Grove, Douglas, IM1 3LY.
For more information telephone 01624 648000 or visit www.manxnationalheritage.im.