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Laxey Glen & Pavilion

Type:Glen

Laxey Glen & Pavilion

About

Laxey Glen, a favourite among tourists and locals alike, is a popular spot for families of all ages with its playground and grassed paddocks. The glens appearance, rich in mature exotic trees and natural woodland, differs significantly from the 1800 when a planting programme initially began. The pleasure ground for which the gardens were so well known came into existence when a Victorian businessman saw the potential of the then fledging tourist industry and developed various attractions. After the war, the number of visitors dramatically declined, resulting in the natural woodland environment enjoyed today.

Located within the glen is the recently renovated Laxey Pavilion, which hosts community events, public and private functions.

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Map & Directions

Public Transport Directions

By Car: Travel north along the A18 road from Douglas.

By Bus: Bus services to Laxey include 3, 3A, 13, 15 and N3. For further information regarding bus timetables visit www.bus.im

By Rail: Board the electric railway and alight at Laxey station.

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