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Meayll Circle stands near to the summit of Meayll Hill overlooking the south of the Island and provides evidence of occupation from Neolithic to Medieval times.
Cashtal yn Ard, or the Castle of the Heights, is a well preserved chambered tomb situated on raised land overlooking the parish of Maughold.
Balladoole, near to Castletown, is one of the Isle of Man’s most impressive ancient monuments.
Excavation has revealed a number of significant finds including prehistoric flints, Bronze Age burials, Iron Age earthworks and early Christian lintel...
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This four-tiered hill is one of the Island’s most distinctive landmarks and a signal of the Isle of Man’s independence as a self-governing crown dependency.
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Historic House / Palace
The Milntown House is open for house tours every Wednesday and Saturday at 2.30pm from 30th March - 28th September 2016 (excluding MGP and TT race weeks). £7 per person. Booking is highly recommended as places are limited.
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This feat of Victorian engineering and ingenuity is the largest surviving waterwheel of its kind in the world.
Snaefell is the highest mountain and the only summitt higher than 2,000 feet on the Isle of Man at 2,034 feet above sea level. Plan your trip to the top of Snaefell with the Snaefell Mountain Railway. Opening times, map, prices and what's nearby.
Church / Chapel
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The landmark Jurby Church was built on an ancient site dating back thousands of years. A burial mound in the churchyard and the Manx Crosses in the porch illustrate the site's rich Viking heritage. War Graves remember those who died from RAF Jurby....
Port St Mary
The Calf of Man, found off the southern-most tip of the Isle of Man, spans just one and a half miles long, with the width being no longer than one mile.
The island, now owned by the Manx National Heritage, provides the ideal destination for...
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Heritage / Visitor Centre
The Sound Visitor Centre in Port St Mary is one of the most picturesque points in the south of the Island and contains a wealth of information about the history of the area including the Calf of Man which is an Island directly opposite.
A great opportunity to see information charting the conception of the railway right up until the modern day
For over a century manuscripts, maps and plans, photographs, prints, film, sound and published works have been actively collected and preserved on behalf of the people of the Isle of Man.
The Tower of Refuge, also known as St. Mary’s Isle, is a small structure erected upon a partially submerged reef, originally for the purpose of offering shelter to shipwreck victims until help could arrive.
Discover the tranquil beauty of Bradda Glen offering spectacular and panoramic views over the beautiful Port Erin Bay and the Calf of Man.