All Manx National Heritage sites including the House of Manannan and Manx Museum are closed until further notice. Information on our sites can be found here.
Our free-to-enter coastal and countryside sites remain open.
Our re-opening will take place in line with the advice from the Isle of Man Government.
We are asking all visitors to review our website for the latest information about our facilities and bookings.
Can I see a list of the places you are opening?
For information on all Manx National Heritage sites click here.
How are you cleaning your places?
We have incorporated enhanced cleaning regimes in line with government guidance.
Will walking trails be open?
Many of our walking trails remain open. However, please check our website before you visit.
When visiting, please respect our coastal and countryside sites by keeping to paths, following signs and picking up after your pets.
Are people allowed to bring picnics?
Certainly! You must follow government guidelines on social distancing and take your litter home with you.
Barbecues are a fire risk and aren’t permitted at the vast majority of our sites. Please don’t bring a barbecue when you visit.
How many places are you hoping to open initially?
All updates on our site can be found here.
How will you enforce social distancing?
The safety of our staff and visitors is our main priority. When our sites begin to re-open we will keep in line with the advise from the Isle of Man Government and have a system in place to organise the flow of visitor traffic, minimise the need for person-to-person interaction and maintain a safe flow of people coming onto the site.
Will hand sanitiser be available?
Hand sanitiser will be available on site. However, as an extra precaution we encourage you to bring your own.