The Isle of Man is an ideal holiday destination for groups of any size, age or interest. With a diverse range of things to do, you’ll find something for everybody here.
The Island may only measure 33 miles in length and 13 miles in width, but it’s packed to the brim with activities, events and adventures for all to enjoy.
From Victorian heritage railways and quirky traditional events to non-stop action packed adventures and wildlife watching, you’ll find something to suit every member of your friendship or family group during your stay – with many places offering a group discount if your party has more than 15 people.
For a journey back in time, the Isle of Man’s Steam Railway, Manx Electric Railway and Douglas Horse Trams are a fun way to explore the Island’s impressive landscape and heritage sites in a unique way. Many of the heritage sites – including the Great Laxey Wheel and Mine Trail and Rushen Abbey – offer group rates and coach drop offs so it’s worth pre-booking these attractions.
The Isle of Man also has many museums with a coach drop off facility and group discounts including the Railway Museum in Port Erin, National Folk Museum in Cregneash and the House of Manannan in Peel. Here you can learn about in the Island’s colourful history and observe interesting artefacts unique to the Isle of Man
And for free admission and coach drop off, why not learn about the Island’s Celtic, Viking and maritime past at the Manx Museum in Douglas or view a collection of vehicles that are of predominantly Manx relevance at Jurby Transport Museum?
Each year the Isle of Man plays host to a number of events that celebrate everything from Manx culture and heritage, motorsport (including the famous Isle of Man TT Races), music, food and drink and local theatre. So, if your group has a specific interest, you may wish to organise your trip to tie in with a special event.
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Port E Vullen, Maughold
The Venture Centre is the the main provider of adventure activities on the Isle of Man offering kayaking, sea kayaking, canoeing, sailing, abseiling, gorge walking, coasteering, archery, target shooting, assault course.
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Moore's is a family business and a working factory and shop. As the last of these traditional curing yards it is now a living museum and visitors are invited to experience a working display of this almost lost culinary art. The tours are excellent...
The Isle of Man is known as the Road Racing Capital of the World. With that in mind, Isle of Man Trike Tours are offering you a unique way to enjoy our roads. Despite many of the roads having no speed limit, a factor that attracts many enthusiasts,...
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The Isle of Man's parliament, Tynwald, is the oldest continuous parliament in the world and continues to debate and pass the Island's laws today. The branches sit weekly and Tynwald sits once a month.
Scheduled tours are held every Monday at 2pm...
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Adventurous Experiences deliver year-round unforgettable experiences through sea kayaking, coasteering, gorge scrambling, team building and family friendly adventures in the Isle of Man. Family, adventure, fun, wildlife, coastline...
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A flexible electric bicycle rental service for the more free spirited who desire the freedom to go off and explore on their own. Rent bicycles for as little as an hour to a number of days or get your bike delivered to anywhere on the Island....
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Craftworks is a paint-your-own pottery studio situated in the picturesque and ancient capital, Castletown, in the south of the Isle of Man. Painting pottery is fun for the whole family. If the weather closes in and you're looking for somewhere cosy...
Steeped in history and tradition, the Gaiety Theatre is one of the finest remaining examples of work from the legendary architect, Frank Matcham.