Manx National Heritage

Manx National Heritage
Manx Museum
Kingswood Grove
Isle of man
Isle of Man




01624 648000


01624 648001

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Manx National Heritage is the national heritage agency for the Isle of Man, operating integrated cultural and natural heritage services and museums on behalf of the Manx people under the banner of the Story of Mann.

The Story of Mann is introduced at the Manx Museum where a dramatic audio-visual presentation invites you to discover 10,000 years of unique Manx heritage presented through one of the richest historic landscapes in Europe.

The story continues at Castle Rushen; the National Folk Museum at Cregneash; The Grove: Museum of Victorian Life; House of Manannan; Peel Castle; Laxey Wheel and Mines Trail; Nautical Museum; Old Grammar School; Rushen Abbey; Old House of Keys; Sound Visitor Centre and Restaurant; and Niarbyl Cafe and Visitor Centre (please see separate entries for each heritage site).

Venue Type:

Museum, Association or society, Archive, Garden, parklands or rural site, Ship or maritime heritage site, Artist studio or collective, Castle or defences, Heritage site, Industrial heritage site, Archaeological site, Historic house or home, Library, Prehistoric site

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Opening hours

Manx Museum Open Mon to Sat 10.00 - 17.00.

Closed: Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day.

Admission charges

Free admission

Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.
This Terrible Ordeal: Manx Museum Exhibition

WW1 Centenary Exhibition: ‘This Terrible Ordeal’

  • 8 February 2014 — 3 January 2015 *on now

The exhibition marks the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War in 1914, and looks at the varied experience of people on the Isle of Man during the conflict.

The accounts of soldiers on the battlefields in this first industrialised war form a significant part of the exhibition, but the First World War was a total conflict in which the fighting spread to the seas and oceans of the world, as well as affecting the lives of those on the home front. Large sections of the exhibition are devoted to maritime and civilian experiences, as well as the impact of the internment of enemy aliens upon Manx life.

Suitable for

  • Any age