The House of Manannan
Let the mythical sea god Manannan guide you through this interactive museum which focuses on the Isle of Man's rich Celtic, Viking and maritime past.
The House of Manannan in Peel uses state of the art display techniques to take visitors on an interactive and exciting journey through history.
Discover life sized reconstructions of Celtic roundhouses, join the crew of the Odin’s Raven on a Viking longship as it returns from the battle of Contarf, or find out what life was life in a Viking longhouse.
You’ll also hear about the magnificent stone crosses dotted around the Island’s landscape and find out where you can still see them.
Explore 19th Century Peel with a walk around the quayside, complete with traditional sights and smells from the Manx kipper yard, and uncover the importance of the sea to the lives of the people on the Isle of Man.
During your journey from past to present you’ll also come face to face with characters telling you stories and superstitions from the Island’s past. An attraction not to be missed!
Opening Times and Admission
The House of Manannan is open daily all year from 10am to 5pm.
Admission costs £6 for adults and £3 for children. A family ticket, consisting of two adults and two children, costs £14.50.
You can also purchase a combination ticket which allows access to the House of Manannan and Peel Castle. These cost £4.50 for children and £9 for adults. A family ticket costs £22.
There is a car park located at the House of Manannan.
Disabled parking and access is available.
Location and Contact
House of Manannan, East Quay, Peel, IM5 1TA.
For more information telephone 01624 648017 or visit www.manxnationalheritage.im.