Setting off from Douglas we head north to Laxey and visit the famous Lady Isabella Water Wheel - onto King Orrys Grave for our first taste of one of the Islands Neolithic sites. Then to Maughold Church - Ramsey - St Johns and Tynwald Hill. Peel with its Castle and House of Mannanan museum. Niarbyl then over the mountain of South Barrule down...Read more
This tour is for visitors to the Isle of Man who would like a day out seeing as much as possible. Due to time constraints we do not go into sites other than outdoor heritage sites which have no entry charges. Most of the sites can be self guided although I am quite willing to guide in them.
I am a qualified blue badge guide with an...Read more
The tour is lead by John Shakespeare who is a Viking re enactor and story teller - he also worked on the Peel Castle archaeological excavations. John is an Isle of Man Government Registered Driver Guide. The price covers up to four...Read more
This is a sixhour tour intended for those who want to take a trip back into the past travelling on a restored Steam Train and visiting one of the best-preserved Norman Castles in the United Kingdom. After Visiting Castletown we will travel to the Sound for Lunch, a breeding ground in the summer for the North Atlantic Grey Seal and have lunch at...Read more
Steeped in the history of Viking invaders and blessed with a captivating landscape of glittering seas and rolling hills, the Isle of Man is unique amongst the islands of Britain. Home to Manx cats, the iconic TT races and the world's oldest continuous parliament, you'll journey into the heart of a land filled with ancient myths and legends in the...Read more
This half day tour of the North of the Island offers fascinating history and spectacular views. We will see the largest working water wheel in the world, Neolithic and Bronze Age burial mounds, incredible viking carvings and the home of the oldest parliament in the world -...Read more
In the 1800's there was a large emigration from the Isle of Man to countries such as Canada, Australia and the United States due to extreme poverty and opportunities that were being offered in the new worlds.
This tour is designed for those of you who are visiting the Isle of Man for family history and genealogy. This will include the...Read more
The Isle of Man is a special place located in the middle of the Irish Sea - scattered over the Island are the remains of the Hunter Gathers, monuments from the Neolithic and Bronze Ages, as well the Iron Age and later Vikings.
This tour takes show you the highlights visiting off the beaten track...Read more
Hampstead is one of the most beautiful parts of London and one that fully retains its village origins. Walking around the narrow lanes and vast open spaces, it's easy to forget you're in London at all.
Hampstead is “London’s Favourite Village” and characterised by its iconic landmarks, natural heathland, historic homes, theatres,...Read more