Manx National Heritage (MNH) are the Manx Museum and National Trust a charitable trust operating under the name Manx National Heritage. Our role is to lead the Island’s community in recognising, understanding, valuing and promoting its cultural heritage and identity to a worldwide audience.
- A designated body of the Isle of Man Government linked via the Department of Community Culture & Leisure
- Supported by the Isle of Man Government who provide funding for our core activities and some of our capital projects
- A Charitable Trust, Manx registered charity no 603 existing by statute as the Manx Museum & National Trust.
- Governed by a Board of Trustees who contribute to our work through their expertise and experience.
- The National Museum Service
- The National Monuments Service
- The National Trust
- The National Library & Archive
- The National Art Gallery
- Farmer, landowner, operator of Tourist attractions, retailer, publisher, events promoter, teacher, advisor, conservator.
We wish to lead the Island’s community in recognising, understanding, valuing and promoting its cultural heritage and identity to a world-wide audience.
Explore our Attraction:
- Historical Attractions from Peel Castle, Castle Rushen, House of Mannannan and more.
- Ancient Monuments from Carved Stone Cross, Balladoole, St. Michaels Isle etc.
- Coast and Countryside including Dhoon and Bulgham Brooghs, Eary Cushlin and Creggan Mooar.
- Or enjoy a lovely meal in one of the many Cafe and Restaurants in some of the most scenic locations on the Island.