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Island Heritage Tours

Type:Blue Badge Guides

Group at Killabrega Farm


Registered Blue Badge Guide and historian Chris Callow offers bespoke tours on the Isle of Man, with a wealth of insight into the Island's colourful past. French spoken.

Guided site visits

Enjoy a meticulously researched, authorative and entertaining visit to one of the many sites scattered around our beautiful Island. Booking necessary. Follow our Facebook page to be informed of scheduled tours, or contact us to request a bespoke tour.

Guided Walks

Enjoy an informative afternoon or evening stroll through the lesser-known parts of the Island, with access to places of interest along the way. Advance booking is necessary. Follow our Facebook page to be notified of scheduled walks or contact us to arrange your bespoke guided walk.

Walk with your Ancestors

Chris offers genealogical research and will take you to the places your forebears lived, worked and were baptised, married and buried.


Following a varied career including 20 years practice at the Manx Bar and 7 years running a luxury ski-chalet in the French Alps, Chris Callow is a qualified Blue-Badge Tourist Guide with a first class honours degree in history & heritage, offering bespoke tours of his beloved Isle of Man.

Chris would be delighted to put together an itinerary for your visit to this spectacular destination.

Up and Coming Events 2022

Guided walks of Castletown - 18:00 - 19:00 - Dates available are below

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Wednesday 3 Aug 2022 

Wednesday 10 Aug 2022

Wednesday 17 Aug 2022

Wednesday 24 Aug 2022

Wednesday 31 Aug 2022



Languages spoken

  • French spoken

Payment Methods

  • Booking essential
  • Groups Accepted

Provider Facilities

  • Group Friendly

Provider Features

  • In countryside
  • In town/city centre
  • Outdoor Activity
  • Village Location

Tours and Demonstrations

  • Guided Tours Available for Groups
  • Guided Tours Available for Individuals


  • Explore the hidden places of Mann
Operates all over the Island
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Tel+44 (0) 7624 435528

Tel+44 (0) 1624 612745

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  • Isle Of Man Tourist BoardSafe, Clean, Legal COVID 19 Safe, Clean, Legal COVID 19 2020


  • AccoladesUNESCO Biosphere Partner UNESCO Biosphere Partner 2021

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