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Print our Spring What’s On guide and find the Easter holidays packed full of family favourites to all things Viking, or head out on one of our seasonal walks along the Island’s beautiful countryside and coastline.
Explore our heritage attractions across the Island, now open for the 2014 season.
‘This Terrible Ordeal’ at the Manx Museum on display 8 February 2014 to 3 January 2015.
Browse and order paintings, drawings and photographs from the Manx National Collections.
Over 500 images to choose from including prints and canvasses, available in a range of finishes, delivered direct to your door.
Discover paintings, costumes, objects and archaeological finds which reveal what makes the Isle of Man such a special place.
Manx National Heritage is the Island’s statutory heritage agency. It manages a significant proportion of the island’s physical heritage including 3000 acres of coastline and landscape. It holds property, archives, artwork, library and museum collections in trust for the nation. It has reciprocal arrangements with the National Trust of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland as well as English Heritage and more recently Cadw.
The Isle of Man’s new digital museum is now online. iMuseum places ‘the past at your fingertips’ and gives unprecedented access to Manx National Heritage Collections.
Start exploring now at www.imuseum.im, highlights include over 150 years of newsprint, baptisms records and over 3,000 photographs of Manx people and places.
Use this great tool to save items you’ve viewed on our website for easy retrieval and referral. You can use it to create a collection of places you would like to visit when you come to the Isle of Man or to collate information about a topic in one place.
Beginning in Cregneash village through the farmland to Spanish Head and back, guide Dr Andrew Foxon will looking at historic and archaeological interest along the way as well as a focus on the natural and agricultural cycle during spring.Find out more
One of Britain’s foremost naval historians, Professor Eric Grove, will explore the highly significant role of the Isle of Man Steam Packet vessel Ben My Chree as a seaplane carrier during the First World War.Find out more Tickets
Enjoy a guided theatre tour looking at the impact of the First World War on Island life.Find out more
An exhibition marking the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the conflict, which charts the momentous impact the war had upon the lives of men, women and children on the Isle of Man.Find out more
An exhibition commemorating the 150th anniversary of the birth of Archibald Knox and a highlight of the Island’s Year of Culture in 2014.Find out more