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St. John's, Isle of Man

Tynwald Hill

Believed to be the former location of one of the earliest Viking assemblies in Europe.
Dalby, Isle of Man

Niarbyl Bay

The name Niarbyl means “the tail” and refers to the rocky formations that push out into the Irish Sea.
Port Erin, Isle of Man

Isle of Man Steam Railway

A 150-year-old steam locomotive crosses the southern half of the island daily.
Rushen, Isle of Man

Thousla Cross

This concrete memorial commemorates a group of brave locals who saved the crew and passengers of a wrecked ship.
Rushen, Isle of Man

Sir William Percy Cowley Memorial

On the southwestern tip of the Isle of Man, a stone monument to one of the island's great conservationists.
Rushen, Isle of Man

The Chasms

This unique rock formation has become a popular walking trail.
Ballasalla, Malew

Rushen Abbey

Centuries after this 12th-century abbey had fallen to ruin, it became known for the strawberries and cream served in its gardens.
Douglas, Isle of Man

The Old Fairy Bridge

This hidden bridge is where local children leave gifts and messages for the island's fay folk.
Douglas, Isle of Man

Groudle Glen Water Wheel

This Victorian water wheel is affectionately nicknamed "Little Isabella."
Laxey, Isle of Man

The Laxey Wheel

World's largest working waterwheel has been around for over 150 years.
Cornaa, Isle of Man

Bellite Factory Ruins

The ruins of an unfinished explosives factory can be found while taking a gentle stroll through a Manx glen.
Isle of Man

The Passages Shipwreck

The remains of the wrecked steam trawler can be found on the beach at low tide.