Attractions and Places to Visit in Isle of Man
Despite its small size, the island has a unique and varied heritage. Castle Rushen, one of Europe's best-preserved medieval castles, is among the island's greatest attractions. The Isle of Man also holds the world's largest working waterwheel, which used to provide water to the mines.
Located in the ancient capital of the Isle of Man, Castletown, this impressive fortress was once home to the Kings and Lords of Mann. Originally built for a Norse king in around 1200 AD, Castle Rushen was developed by successive rulers until the 1600s.
Milntown Estate & Gardens
There are 15 acres for you to explore in this historical setting, packed full of horticultural wonders. These range from ornamental gardens, water features and enchanted woodland walks.
Groudle Glen Railway
Situated in a small picturesque glen, just north of Douglas on the Isle of Man, is the Groudle Glen Railway & the Sea Lion Rocks Tea Rooms, a Manx charity; solely operated by volunteers.