Movers yearn for freedom and the rush of excitement. Always on the go, they’re eager to make the most of the time available to explore new lands, be it on 2 wheels or 4, by steam, electric, pedal power, engines or sails.

We traverse the tracks of mechanical wonders, longing to escape on the open road. We are moved by mountain straights, driven into valley views. We are guided by the trails that trace the coast, spurred on by the swell of the sea.

We are equally as exhilarated by the rushing of the wind or the whirring of an engine. We are thrill-seekers destined to raise our adrenaline levels. We are just as happy watching our story unfold from the comfort of transportation. 

From our impressive network of heritage railways, powered by electricity, steam and horsepower, to boat tours which take in the dramatic cliffs and fantastic marine life, the Isle of Man amazes at every turn.

For those with the need for speed, the TT Course does not disappoint. Outside of the primary TT Races, you can travel the TT Course at full speed on a dedicated Trike Tour. Or for those wishing for some less high-octane fun, a sea view campervan stop-off may be your calling, with a wealth of great activities to inspire your journey.

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Must See & Do

  • Cycling

As the birth place of two of the greatest cyclists of the modern generation, Mark Cavendish and Peter Kennaugh, the Isle of Man is the perfect location to enjoy road cycling.  Here you can follow in the tracks of an Olympic gold medallist and Tour de France stage winner, taking in the varied colourful countryside, spectacular coastal views and pretty glen valleys along the way.

You don’t have to be a racer to enjoy cycling in the Isle of Man: the beauty and diversity of the Manx countryside makes it attractive to cyclists of all ages and abilities. Whether you’re looking for a physical challenge or simply enjoy cycling as a means of leisurely sightseeing, the Isle of Man has a huge amount to offer.

  • Isle of Man Motor Museum

Situated on the former RAF Jurby in the sunny north of the Isle of Man, the privately funded Isle of Man Motor Museum was purpose designed and houses over 500 vehicles. Opened in May 2015, it has become a petrol head's paradise with something for everyone to enjoy. 

Starting with the 1904 Gordon Bennett Trials, the Isle of Man occupies a unique place in both motoring and motorsports heritage. Every year, TT riders take on the fearsome 37 mile Mountain Course now averaging well over 130mph. Throughout the year, the Island's fabulous driving roads and stunning scenery provide all enthusiast drivers and riders with an ideal destination to exercise their machines. 

  • Isle of Man TT Museum

The brand new Isle of Man TT Museum at the Isle of Man Motor Museum has seen the number of motorcycles on display increase from 200 to almost 400 helped by a wall of bikes.

Showcasing years of TT and motor sporting history including the collection of Bob McIntyre, the first rider to complete a lap at an average speed of more than 100mph.

Rider helmets, clothing, awards, and memorabilia cover walls and cabinets of the museum, and a replica of an iconic marshal’s hut from the mountain section has also been created to pay tribute to the marshals that enable the event to go ahead every year.

  • Trike Tours

The Isle of Man is known as the Road Racing Capital of the World. With that in mind, Isle of Man Trike Tours is offering you a unique way to enjoy our roads.  Despite many of the roads having no speed limit, the team want you to enjoy our beautiful Island and tours safely. The emphasis of the tour is on enjoyment rather than high speed, though believe us when they say 30mph feels more like 50mph on the Trike when the wind is blowing through your hair.

  • Heritage Railways

Ride on the most impressive network of heritage railways in the British Isles. Explore the south on the Steam Railway, enjoy a ride on a Horse Tram down Douglas Promenade or take the Manx Electric Railway on to the bustling harbour town of Ramsey.

Wind your way up 2,000ft aboard the Snaefell Mountain Railway to the summit, where on a clear day you can take in the views of the Seven Kingdoms of Mann, England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, the Sea and Heaven. Or why not hop on the more nostalgic Groudle Glen or Laxey Mine Railway? Let our legendary railroads take you on a voyage of discovery through the Isle of Man’s extraordinary railways.

  • Boat Trips

Take to the water and enjoy the Isle of Man’s stunning coastline and marine wildlife from a different perspective. Whether you choose a pleasure cruise or wildlife tour, a boat trip on Manx waters will be a memorable and exciting experience.

The Calf of Man islet is accessible by small boat operators running return trips from Port St Mary and Port Erin. Sailings are subject to suitable weather conditions, tide, and the availability of the boatmen, and all journeys must be booked in advance.

  • Quad Bike Mania

Test your skills, speed and enjoy some epic scenery as you journey off-road on a guided quad bike tour in the ever-growing activity centre at South Barrule. These off-road tours are an ideal way for groups, families and individuals to enjoy some freedom and exhilarating adventure while experiencing the beauty of the forest.

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