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Laxey and Lonan Heritage Visitor Information and Shop

Type:Tourist Information Point

Laxey and Lonan Heritage Visitor Information and Shop


The Laxey Visitor Information Point is located within the Laxey and Lonan Heritage Trust Shop. Visitors to the shop will find a wealth of information including guidebooks, maps and leaflets which will help you make the most of your time on the Island. Friendly staff are on hand to help answer any questions you may have. 

The Laxey and Lonan Heritage Trust was formed in March 1987. Its main objective is "to do all such acts and things as may promote and assist the promoting, in the Isle of Man and elsewhere, knowledge relating to the history of Laxey and the history and archaeology of the mining industry in the Isle of Man and, in particular, the Great Laxey Mine in the Parish of Lonan and its associated structures". In doing so, the Trust has forged close working links with other organisations and groups such as Manx National Heritage, the Laxey Mines Research Group, Isle of Man Transport, Garff Commissioners and the other Heritage Trusts on the Island. 

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The Laxey and Lonan Heritage Trust's Gift Shop and Information Centre on Mines Road is currently closed. Check back here later for further information as it becomes available.

Information Centre and Gift Shop, Mines Road, Laxey, Isle of Man, IM4 7NH
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Tel+44 (0) 1624 862007

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* Open from Easter weekend, 10am till 4pm, everyday
Closed from September

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