There are regular buses that stop at various places Island wide. A bus timetable can be obtained from the Welcome Centre at the Sea Terminal.Find our more
The Douglas Horse Trams have been in existence on the Isle of Man since 1876. The trams were first introduced to take advantage of the booming tourist trade in Victorian times and to this day still carry tourists, and locals, along the promenades in the summer. There are various stops along the promenade that passengers can board the tram.Find our more
The electric railway station is situated at the far end of the promenade. The tram will head to Ramsey in the North of the Island and also stops in Laxey where the famous 'Laxey Wheel' is located.Find our more
The Isle of Man Steam Railway is the longest narrow gauge steam line in Britain that still uses its original locomotives and carriages. The steam train serves the South of the Island which has plenty of Heritage sites to explore.Find our more
If you prefer a more private journey, then why not hire a car from one of the various companies on Island.
Join us for a night of songs with Alexandra Slater. £150 per couple includes a glass of prosecco on arrival a 3-course a la carte dinner, entertainment from Alexandra Slater, an overnight stay plus breakfast the following morning.Read more.