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You are: Manx National Heritage
Free to explore! Start planning your weekends discovering the Island hidden treasures, 2 – 4 & 9 – 11 October.
Join the annual festivities and carve your turnip lantern at Cregneash Village or find out more about the origins of the festival with lecturer Professor Hutton.
Castles, gardens, stunning countryside locations – truly unforgettable settings for your wedding or special occasion.
Discover the Island’s history at a wealth of our museums, castles and historic homes.
Follow in the footsteps of the women who made Mann at seven of our heritage venues to discover some of the remarkable Isle of Man women and their stories.
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.
Manx National Heritage, the organisation responsible for protecting and promoting the Isle of Man’s heritage and culture, has opened a new ‘Kingdom of Man’ gallery at the House […]More News
This talk intends to discover the real history of Hop Tu Naa, and explain why many stories of the feast are factually incorrect.Find out more Tickets
Celebrate our unique Manx Hop Tu Naa traditions.Find out more
An exhibition of works by leading artists drawn from Isle of Man private collections and curated by international auction house Christie's.Find out more
An exhibition of works by Island cartoonist Dusty Miller, reflecting life during the Second World War.Find out more