Visit the Isle of Man’s impressive collection of museums to discover more about the Island's fascinating and varied past.
Whether you want to find out more about the Isle of Man’s culture and heritage, aviation and transport history or the role it played in the First and Second World Wars you’ll find a museum to suit.
The Manx Museum in Douglas is a fantastic place to start your journey around the Island – here you’ll find the start of the Story of Mann trail as well as a national art gallery containing artwork from a number of famous artists.
Transport enthusiasts will find an Aladdin’s cave of historic transport memorabilia at the Jurby Transport Museum and the Manx Heritage Transport Museum which is home to the world’s smallest road legal car, the Peel P50.
You’ll also have the opportunity to find out more how the Isle of Man was involved in the First and Second World wars at the Aviation Museum in Castletown and the Leece Museum in Peel which tell the story of the internment camps that were located in the Island.