Category: Exhibitions

The Isle of Man has an extensive and proud historical link with the North West of England through the busy port of Liverpool, serving a need for migration, employment, transport of goods and latterly an important connection for onward travel. …

Plans for New Sea Terminal Exhibited in Liverpool Read More »

Manx National Heritage is proud to announce a special collaboration with York Archaeological Trust, which will see internationally significant objects from the Isle of Man go on display at JORVIK Viking Centre. The items to be featured include the Pagan …

Pagan Lady’s Necklace on Display for 35th Annual Viking Festival at JORVIK Viking Centre Read More »

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If you’re planning a visit to the Isle of Man during the winter season, this would be a great opportunity to visit the forthcoming exhibition about Archibald Knox at the Manx Museum in Douglas. Beginning mid-October, this will be a …

New Exhibition Highlights the Work of Archibald Knox Read More »

With the summer season drawing to a close, Isle of Man Railways once again organised the annual Island at War weekend, which attracted visitors to the steam railway – with events held at stations in Douglas, Castletown and Port Erin. …

Island at War Event Attracts Visitors to Vintage Steam Railway Stations Read More »

Despite unwarranted worries about the weather, crowds flocked to this year’s Royal Manx Agricultural Show, which attracted lots of visitors through the gates at Knockaloe Farm in Patrick on both days, to the delight of organisers. With much on offer …

Royal Manx Agricultural Show Attracts Bumper Crowds to Knockaloe Farm Read More »

The current exhibition at the Hodgson Loom Gallery, situated within the Laxey Woollen Mill, features some unusual work this summer entitled The Eyes of the House, by former local artist David Swinton. He has exhibited at the Sunday Times Watercolour …

Keep an Eye on David Swinton’s New Exhibition at The Hodgson Loom Gallery in Laxey Read More »