Old Breakwater Road
“Shona” boat trips from Port Erin around and / or landing on the Calf of Man leaving from Port Erin Breakwater. Opportunities to see the Calf island, Mine workings and old lighthouses, birds, seals and possibly basking sharks, porpoises and dolphins.
All trips are weather dependant. Information re departure etc on Breakwater wall.
Sailings from £20 oer adult, £10 for under 13
Breagle Glen is a small area of less than 1 acre, owned by the Manx Wildlife Trust. Nature reserve consists of a grassed area, information board and a small woodland area. There is a Braille Garden and Woodland Walk.
Adjacent to the Glen is a Cafe, bowling green , tennis courts and crazy golf.
The Erin Arts Centre is now closed and all events in April 2020 have been cancelled because of the Coronavirus situation. A decision on May’s events will be made shortly. Anyone who has purchased tickets should contact the office for a refund by phone on 835858 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
An internationally recognised Arts Centre in Port Erin, opened in 1971 in what had been the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel in Victoria Square. Dedicated to performing and producing visual and vocal art, including the Manannan Festival and Manannan Opera Festival, the Lionel Tertis Viola Competition and Festival and the Barbirolli International Oboe Competition and Festival. Local Community groups use the centre e.g the Erin Art group, the Book Circle, the Globe Chat group and local Amateur Dramatic Societies. For full programme of events see erinart9.wixsite.com/events/
Adjacent to the railway station in Port Erin, this exhibition charts the history of the railway from its opening in 1873 to the present day.
Display of steam engines and carriages including royal carriages used by the Queen and Queen Mother in 1963, and the Queen in 1972.
Museum tours : Sundays 11am – 1pm
Thursdays 7.30 – 9pm in July and August
Museum admission £2 adults £1 children
“Drive the diesel” simulator £5 for 15 minutes