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Top 12 Tourist Attractions on The Isle of Man - Travel United Kingdom

Top 12 Tourist Attractions on The Isle of Man - Travel United Kingdom:
Isle of Man Bus and Rail, Manx Museum, House of Manannan, Laxey Wheel, Castle Rushen, Peel Castle, Port Erin, Gaiety Theatre, The National Folk Museum at Cregneash, Curraghs Wildlife Park, Manx Aviation and Military Museum, Milntown House and Gardens
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Top 10 things to do in Isle of Man. Visit Isle of Man

Visit Isle of Man. Top 10 Isle of Man. Places to visit in Isle of Man. Attraction to see in Isle of Man. Here is my list:
1. Isle of Man Steam and Electric Railway
2. Douglas
3. International Isle of Man TT (Tourist Trophy) race
4. Manx Museum
5. Peel Castle
6. House of Manannan
7. Laxey Wheel
8. Snaefell
9. Castle Rushen
10. Home of Rest of Old Horses
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Isle of Man TRAVEL GUIDE. Best Places to Visit in Isle of Man | TOP 20 part 1

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The Isle of Man (Manx: Mannin [ˈmanɪnʲ], also Manx: Ellan Vannin [ˈɛlʲan ˈvanɪnʲ]), also known as Mann /mæn/, is a self-governing British Crown dependency situated in the Irish Sea between Great Britain and Ireland. The head of state, Queen Elizabeth II, holds the title of Lord of Mann and is represented by a lieutenant governor. The United Kingdom has responsibility for the island's defence.

Humans have lived on the island since before 6500 BC. Gaelic cultural influence began in the 5th century AD, and the Manx language, a branch of the Goidelic languages, emerged. In 627 King Edwin of Northumbria conquered the Isle of Man along with most of Mercia. In the 9th century Norsemen established the thalassocratic Kingdom of the Isles, which included the Isle of Man. Magnus III, King of Norway from 1093 to 1103, reigned also as King of Mann and the Isles between 1099 and 1103.[4]

In 1266 the island became part of Scotland under the Treaty of Perth, after being ruled by Norway. After a period of alternating rule by the kings of Scotland and England, the island came under the feudal lordship of the English Crown in 1399. The lordship revested into the British Crown in 1765, but the island never became part of the 18th-century kingdom of Great Britain, nor of its successors, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and the present-day United Kingdom. It has always retained its internal self-government.

In 1881 the Isle of Man parliament, Tynwald, became the first national legislative body in the world to give women the right to vote in a general election, although this excluded married women.[5][6] In 2016 UNESCO awarded the Isle of Man biosphere reserve status.[7]

Insurance and online gambling each generate 17% of the GNP, followed by information and communications technology and banking with 9% each.[8] Internationally, the Isle of Man is known for the Isle of Man TT (Tourist Trophy) motorcycle races[9] and for the Manx cat, a breed of cat with short or no tails.[10] The inhabitants (Manx) are considered a Celtic nation.[11]

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Isle of Man TRAVEL GUIDE. Best Places to Visit in Isle of Man | TOP 20 part 2

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The Isle of Man (Manx: Mannin [ˈmanɪnʲ], also Manx: Ellan Vannin [ˈɛlʲan ˈvanɪnʲ]), also known as Mann /mæn/, is a self-governing British Crown dependency situated in the Irish Sea between Great Britain and Ireland. The head of state, Queen Elizabeth II, holds the title of Lord of Mann and is represented by a lieutenant governor. The United Kingdom has responsibility for the island's defence.

Humans have lived on the island since before 6500 BC. Gaelic cultural influence began in the 5th century AD, and the Manx language, a branch of the Goidelic languages, emerged. In 627 King Edwin of Northumbria conquered the Isle of Man along with most of Mercia. In the 9th century Norsemen established the thalassocratic Kingdom of the Isles, which included the Isle of Man. Magnus III, King of Norway from 1093 to 1103, reigned also as King of Mann and the Isles between 1099 and 1103.[4]

In 1266 the island became part of Scotland under the Treaty of Perth, after being ruled by Norway. After a period of alternating rule by the kings of Scotland and England, the island came under the feudal lordship of the English Crown in 1399. The lordship revested into the British Crown in 1765, but the island never became part of the 18th-century kingdom of Great Britain, nor of its successors, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and the present-day United Kingdom. It has always retained its internal self-government.

In 1881 the Isle of Man parliament, Tynwald, became the first national legislative body in the world to give women the right to vote in a general election, although this excluded married women.[5][6] In 2016 UNESCO awarded the Isle of Man biosphere reserve status.[7]

Insurance and online gambling each generate 17% of the GNP, followed by information and communications technology and banking with 9% each.[8] Internationally, the Isle of Man is known for the Isle of Man TT (Tourist Trophy) motorcycle races[9] and for the Manx cat, a breed of cat with short or no tails.[10] The inhabitants (Manx) are considered a Celtic nation.[11]

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10 MUST KNOW Facts About the Isle of Man

From the Bee Gees to Tynwald, here are ten interesting facts about the Isle of Man. Want any questions about the IOM answered? Let me know in the comments!

IOM | There is more to this Island than the Isle of Man TT | Why?

Think of the Isle of Man and you probably think of motorcycles and the IOM TT, but there is so much more to this little island in the Irish sea. Join us as we take a weekend break in the Isle of Man and show you some of our favourite things to do in a weekend!

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Intro 0:00

0:32 Peel Castle
A Viking stronghold, Peel Castle stands on St Patrick's Isle, linked to the town of Peel by a causeway. The rugged coastline and the ruins of the castle outer walls make this an interesting stop.

02:00 Niarbyl Bay
Down a long winding lane, past the cafe and steep hill, you arrive at Niarbyl Bay.
Secluded and quaint, you suddenly feel like a fisherman from years gone by.

03:14 The Calf of Man
Calf of Man is a 2.50-square-kilometre island, off the southwest coast. It is separated from the Isle of Man by a narrow stretch of water called the Calf Sound.
There is a cafe and some rugged walking trails too keep you occupied, and on some days you can see the seals basking on the rocks

04:28 Cregneash
A small charming village with a tourist museum, seen on map above.
Home to a flock of the rare four-horned Loaghtan sheep, much of the village is made up of a living museum with the small white cottages forming the exhibits. Inside the victorian farming and fishing equipment is displayed and demonstrated.

05:31 Isle of Man Steam Railway
Starting in Douglas and steaming east to Port Erin via Castletown this narrow gauge railway is a must do attraction. The scenery is stunning and is a superb way to spend an hour or so chugging along the countryside.

07:47 CastleTown
CastleTown is the former Capital of Manx, and is home to Rushen Castle. The narrow streets and fishing cottages make this a delightful place to walk around.
It also holds the annual world tinbath championships.

09:41 Ballaglass Glen
lovely glen to walk through, a nice wooded area with the river flowing through the middle of it with some fantastic waterfalls, and there’s a fairy house hidden along the river too. Plenty of quirks for kids too like the wizard statue along one of the paths.

11:25 Douglas
11:45 Laxey Wheel and Mine
Built in 1854 to pump water from the attached mine, Lady Isabella as she is known is the largest surviving wheel of its kind in the world.

14:07 Manx Electric Railway
Running from Douglas to Ramsey via Laxey this has to be the most picturesque heritage railway (tramway) I have ever been on.
Starting in Laxey and part of the Manx Electric Railway, the
14:29 Snaefell Mountain Railway
offers daily services to the summit.
15:03 Laxey Beach
17:45 Laxey to Ramsey Manx Railway
18:31 Ramsey Harbour
Town on the MANX Electric railway route.


19:22 Port Erin Fish and Chips



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Exploring the beautiful ISLE OF MAN ???? and its capital DOUGLAS, let's go!

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The Isle of Man is a self-governing British Crown dependency in the Irish Sea between England and Ireland. It’s known for its rugged coastline, medieval castles and rural landscape, rising to a mountainous center. In the capital, Douglas, the Manx Museum traces the island’s Celtic and Viking heritage. The Isle of Man TT is a major annual cross-country motorcycle race around the island.
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Best Attractions and Places to See in Isle of Man, United Kingdom UK

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List of Best Things to do in Isle of Man, United Kingdom (UK)

Manx Aviation and Military Museum
Murrays Motorcycles Museum
Isle of Man Bus and Rail
Isle of Man Steam Railway
Gaiety Theatre
Douglas Bay Horse Tramway
Manx Museum
Home of Rest of Old Horses
Manx Electric Railway
House of Manannan

A Guide to visiting the Isle of Man for TT (Dream it. Book it. Do it )

'Dream it. Book it. Do it.' look at visiting the Isle of Man with their great guide to the Isle of Man and the Isle of Man TT

Ben Fogle's Great British Adventure - Isle of Man

Follow Ben Fogle's journey around the Isle of Man as he discovers the Island's scenic and adventurous landscape through a series of challenges.
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What to do in the Isle of Man

Ever wondered what goes on in the Isle of Man? A place we barely knew existed has fast become our beautiful adventure haven. Full of nature and super fun things to get involved in. Think bike rides, local produce, fishing villages, seal spotting, beaches, coastal hikes, kayaks, castles and paddle boarding. It blew our little adventure socks off! Check out what we got up to in our Isle of Man vlog. If you like it please show it some love!

Thank you to Visit Isle of Man for having us, we had a blast. Hopefully it will help to give you guys some ideas of what to get up to on your trip. If you haven't been we strongly recommend it! It's super fun. To find out more information about Isle of Man, visit the Isle of Man website.

ISLE OF WIGHT | A travel guide

The Isle of Wight is a beautiful British Isles getaway. Miles of coastline ideal for exploring by bike, classic hotels, unusual landmarks and fun boat tours.

In this Isle of Wight travel guide I visit some of the heritage properties such as Appuldurcombe House, Godshill, Ventnor and The Needles.

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Isle of Man - The Extraordinary Story (Full Length)

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Shrouded by mystery, a sea-bound kingdom with its own captivating story to tell.

Fantastic Heritage sites in the Isle of Man

Uncover fascinating heritage sites on your family holiday in the Isle of Man, including history-rich museums and atmospheric castles.

The Isle of Man is full of stories. There are lots of striking heritage sites and compelling history-rich museums to explore across the island, including The Old House of Keys in Castletown and the Manx Transport Heritage Museum in Peel.

Isle of Man by Drone - Exploring the Beauty of the Island

This video is about the Isle of Man by Drone 2016 covering multiple locations and is a compilation of all my 2016 Drone Footage from places including Niarbyll, Douglas, Ramsey, Port Erin, Groudle, Port Soderick and derelict buildings around the island.

All places are reduced in viewing size to ensure the total view time is below 20 mins but equally full length videos of the locations can be viewed separately from my youtube channel.

The aerial photography in this video was all filmed using a dji phantom 3 advanced.
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My first visit to the Isle of Man

My first visit to the Isle of Man.

Featuring the Manx Electric Railway, The Isle of Man Steam Railway and the Groudle Glen Railway!

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Top10 Recommended Hotels in Isle of Man, UK

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Top10 Recommended Hotels in Isle of Man, UK: 1. Ellan Vannin Hotel ***
2. Mannin Hotel ****
3. Halvard Hotel ****
4. Welbeck Hotel & Restaurant ***
5. Englewood Lodge *****
6. The Town House ****
7. Regency Hotel ****
8. The Empress Hotel ****
9. Best Western Palace Hotel & Casino ****
10. The Sefton ****

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1. 31 Loch Promenade, Douglas, IM1 2LY, United Kingdom, Price range: $70 - $108
The seafront Ellan Vannin Hotel overlooks Douglas Bay and Douglas Beach. The hotel is 1 minutes’ walk from the beach and within 5 minutes’ walk of the ferry terminal and bus station. The main shops, cafes and restaurants are 2 minutes’ walk away.
2. 8-16 Broadway, Douglas, IM2 4EL, United Kingdom, Price range: $137 - $167
Mannin Hotel is located in Douglas on the heart of Isle of Man, and features a bar and restaurant. The property is set a 13-minute walk from TT Grandstand. The accommodations offers free parking (on a first come, first served basis), a 24-hour front desk as well as free WiFi.
3. 57 - 58 Loch Promenade, Douglas, IM1 2NA, United Kingdom, Price range: $104 - $174
Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk and a business center, along with free WiFi. The property is located an 8-minute walk from Manx Museum.
4. 13-17 Mona Drive, Douglas, IM2 4LF, United Kingdom, Price range: $75 - $118
Set behind Douglas Promenade on the Isle of Man, this 3-star hotel offers rooms with attached bathroom with free Wi-Fi and a restaurant serving both traditional and contemporary cuisine. The Sea Terminal is 1.6 km away.
5. 105 King Edward Road, Douglas, IM3 2AS, United Kingdom, Price range: $104 - $116
Overlooking Douglas Bay, the 5-star Englewood Lodge offers individually designed rooms with luxury private bathrooms and sea views. Free Wi-Fi and free on-site parking are also available.
6. 24 Loch Promenade, Douglas, IM1 2LX, United Kingdom, Price range: $127 - $179
Boasting breathtaking views over the harbor, this luxury apart-hotel is ideally located on the promenade in the commercial area of Douglas, on the picturesque Isle of Man.
7. Regency Hotel, Queens Promenade, Douglas, IM2 4NN, United Kingdom, Price range: $105 - $175
Located on the Douglas Promenade, the Regency Hotel is located 15 minutes' walk from Douglas town center.
8. Central Promenade, Douglas, IM2 4RA, United Kingdom, Price range: $90 - $530
Overlooking Douglas Bay on the Isle of Man, this hotel has a piano bar, a health club, and a large conservatory that features panoramic sea views.
9. Central Promenade, Douglas, IM2 4NA, United Kingdom, Price range: $60 - $120
With the Isle of Man’s only licensed casino, Best Western Palace Hotel is centrally located on the beautiful Victorian Promenade overlooking Douglas Bay and just yards from the beach. The hotel features a panoramic sea view restaurant and a health club with an indoor pool.
10. Harris Promenade, Douglas, IM1 2RW, United Kingdom, Price range: $83 - $148
The 4-star Sefton Hotel is located in Douglas on the beachfront. It features a unique indoor water garden, swimming pool and 2 restaurants.

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The Isle of Man - Railways, Castles and Seals - Isle of Man Travel Video

The Isle of Man - Railways, Castles & Seals - Isle of Man Travel Video is our closest to home travel video. Greg made it his mission on the Isle of Man to prove to Felicity that it’s possible to have an adventure without the need to spend many hours on the plane to get there.

On the Isle of Man, Greg got to share his love of history, exploring both Peel Castle and Rushen Castle as well as riding not just on his beloved steam trains but also on the only electric mountain railway tram on the British Isles. While Greg obsessed over his historic railways - from the Isle of Man Railway to the Manx Electric Railway, Felicity found something more to her taste at The Sound, where wild seals live on the rocks beneath and around The Calf of Man Island. The Isle of Man seals were a delight to watch, so much so that we man have gone back a few times...

Only once did they feel the need to escape - from an escape room at Exit Strategy!

Overall the Isle of Man made for a fun filled adventure which we hope you enjoy.

The places we visited on our journey were:

Introduction: 00:00:00
Milntown Estate: 00:01:40 00:04:24 and 00:08:33
The Studio Theatre: 00:02:43
The Sound Cafe (To Watch Seals): 00:05:40 and 00:24:19
Port Erin: 00:07:23
Scarlett (To Hunt For Fossils): 00:07:36
Manx Electric Railway: 00:09:10
Exit Strategy Escape Room: 00:10:48
Isle of Man Steam Railway: 00:13:07
Peel Castle: 00:16:53
Snaefell Mountain Ralilway: 00:20:14
Castle Rushen: 00:21:45

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Watch all of Greg and Felicity’s Travel Adventure Videos:

Romania - Seeking Dracula’s Castle: Greg and Felicity set off across Romania with a simple plan - find Dracula’s Castle! Along the way they find out more about Vlad Dracula III, visit incredible castles, and even find some of Romania’s bears!

Turkey - Fairy Chimneys and Underground Cities: Starting with an incredible hot air balloon ride over the ‘fairy chimneys’ of Cappadocia, and visiting underground cities, Ancient Greek Ruins and even ‘Cotton Castles’, Greg and Felicity travel across Turkey in this travel adventure video!

Isle of Man - Railways, Castles and Seals: in their second travel adventure video, Greg and Felicity visit the Isle of Man. Greg was left to plan this one, so it is no surprise it features a fair few railways of different types, and some magnificent castles!

Mexico - Mayan Mystery and Marine Majesty: From the jungle ruins of the ancient Maya to the incredible whales off the coast of Magdalena Bay, Greg and Felicity’s debut travel adventure video was an epic travel around Mexico!

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Customs & Traditions in the Isle of Man

From taking rushes up a hill to dancing in the streets, there is a wonderful range of customs and traditions alive and well in the Isle of Man today.
This short film runs through the Manx year, showing some of the things to look out for or get involved in.
The full films and further information about each of these Manx customs are available here:


* Laa'l Breeshey
* Flitters
* Oie Voaldyn
* Tynwald Day
* Laa Luanys
* Yn Mheillea
* Hop tu Naa
* White Boys
* Hunt the Wren

Culture Vannin exists to promote and support all aspects of culture in the Isle of Man. We develop innovative, inclusive and exciting projects that promote and support all aspects of Manx culture.


DIY Destinations (4K) - Isle of Man Budget Travel Show | Full Episode

Charles Huang is on an epic journey across the Isle of Man on a tight budget to visit some of its free and must-see attractions in Douglas, includes: the War Memorial and Marine Garden on Douglas Promenade, Manx Museum and Douglas Head. In Laxey, we'll check the world famous water wheel and mine, follow by a ride on a 120 year old mountain railway to the summit of the Snaelfell Mountain. In Ramsey, the Grove Museum and the most northern point on the island the Point of Ayres. On the south of the island, we'll visit Peel Castle and St. German's Cathedral, and the nearby Tynwald Hill and St. John's Chapel. Enroute to Castletown, we'll visit the Manx Aviation and Military Museum, and iconic Castle Rushen and Old House of Keys. We'll end the journey at Port Erin by visiting it's Steam Railway Museum and the island's best beach Port Erin Beach and return with traditional ride back on an traditional steam train to Douglas. We'll explore the best way to get local Manx pound currency, dining inexpensively and getting around easily and on a budget.

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