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Manx National Heritage are opening up Castle Rushen to let people enjoy "Twilight at the Castle!" The castle is being opened up on the 23rd August from 7pm to 9pm specially for the occasion. You can plan a picnic or enjoy a hog roast in the...

The Moddey Dhoo of Peel Castle goes back at least to the reign of Charles the Second of England. In those days there were soldiers stationed at Peel Castle as guards. Just inside the main entrance was the guard’s room where the soldiers were...

There are few images more iconic of the Isle of Man than that of Lady Isabella, the massive water wheel in Laxey. Erected in 1854, this is still the largest operational water wheel in world, a title which is unlikely to ever be challenged again....

Standing on Port Erin’s sandy beach, one of the landmarks that is clearly visible is Milner’s Tower...