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Art Gallery showing monthly exhibitions by local artists of all genres.
The small Groudle River runs through the mature woodland of Groudle and Molly Quirk’s Glens. There is good, easily accessible angling here for wild brown trout.
For over a century manuscripts, maps and plans, photographs, prints, film, sound and published works have been actively collected and preserved on behalf of the people of the Isle of Man.
Marine Drive is situated on Douglas Head linking Douglas with Port Soderick. Douglas Head is a popular picnic spot with magnificant views over the bay.
Snaefell is the highest mountain and the only summitt higher than 2,000 feet on the Isle of Man at 2,034 feet above sea level.
Summerhill Glen is a popular beauty spot filled with streams and footpaths to explore and a vast array of flora and fauna.
The Island's largest and deepest reservoir lies in the shadow of Snaefell, the Island’s highest peak and offers a great trout fishing adventure. A large upland reservoir set in rugged moorland scenery in the centre of the Island. Fly and spin...
The source of the Laxey River is located on Snaefell, the Island’s highest peak. It rushes down the side of the mountain, eventually spilling into Laxey harbour. Each season during the autumn months, salmon make their way up the river mostly taking...
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Onchan Pleasure Park has its own boating lake complete with bumper and motorboats, go-karts, a crazy golf course and large children’s playground.
The Sayle Gallery has established itself as a leading contributor to the artistic community of the Isle of Man. The Gallery presents 10 primary exhibitions each year, as well as frequent smaller exhibits, of booth artistic and social interest.
The Tower of Refuge, also known as St. Mary’s Isle, is a small structure erected upon a partially submerged reef, originally for the purpose of offering shelter to shipwreck victims until help could arrive.
A great opportunity to see information charting the conception of the railway right up until the modern day
The rivers Dhoo and Glass flow down from the hills and join to form the Douglas River as they enter the town. All three rivers are home to brown trout, sea trout and salmon. There is public access to fish these rivers from within the grounds of the...
This feat of Victorian engineering and ingenuity is the largest surviving waterwheel of its kind in the world.
Axnfell is on the steep north facing slopes of Glen Roy and has an area of 36 hectares.The car park at its entrance has an excellent picnic site overlooking Glen Roy and Baldhoon, and views stretch right up to Windy Corner on the TT course
The Dragon’s Castle is perfect for your young explorers to have fun in a safe and friendly environment.