The National Folk Museum at Cregneash
Isle of Man
Isle of Man
Cregneash is the living, working illustration of 19th and 20th Century Manx crofting life. Visitors can see traditional farming methods and skills in action, including the fields being worked with horse-drawn equipment, the processing of Manx loghtan wool, and woodturning in the Turner's Shed.
Museum, Library, Archive, Heritage site
Open Daily, April to October, 10.00 - 17.00.
Closed during the winter months.
Child (5-15) £2.00
Free to members of the Friends of Manx National Heritage.
- National Trust
- Historic Scotland
- English Heritage
Wartime at Cregneash
As part of the Island at War weekend hop on our free vintage bus to Cregneash from Port Erin Station. See our Women’sLand Army undertake work on the farm.
Join in a swing dance lesson in Church Farm Barn or just enjoy the atmosphere and have some tea and cake. Get tips from the ‘Dig for Victory’ scheme and make do and mend demonstrations or join a tour of the WWII Radar Station.
- Any age
Admission: Standard Admission – FMNH Members and ACE cards FREE, kindly supported by Lloyds TSB. Please note charges will apply for some activities which will require booking in advance.