15 Quirky & unusual places to visit on the Isle of Man. Includes Magnetic Hill, the Old Fairy Bridge, Wild Wallabies, and the Sulby Giant

15 Quirky & unusual places to visit on the Isle of Man. Includes Magnetic Hill, the Old Fairy Bridge, Wild Wallabies, and the Sulby Giant

Laxey Village and the Lady Isabella Water Wheel, Isle of Man, England (1854) is the largest working waterwheel in the world. It was built in to pump water from the Glen Mooar part of the ‘Great Laxey Mines’ industrial complex.

Laxey Village and the Lady Isabella Water Wheel, Isle of Man, England (1854) is the largest working waterwheel in the world. It was built in to pump water from the Glen Mooar part of the ‘Great Laxey Mines’ industrial complex.

A weekend on The Isle of Man with tips on what to see and do

An Isle of Man Weekend Getaway

Isle of Man, Peel Castle {I've been to the Isle of Man back in 2005, but I would LOVE to go again!}

Isle of Man, Peel Castle {I've been to the Isle of Man back in 2005, but I would LOVE to go again!}

The Isle of Man is an island located within the Irish Sea. It is geographically situated right in the middle of Scotland, Ireland, England and Wales. Plan your travels to Isle of Man with these useful tips.

Travel to Isle of Man

The Isle of Man is an island located within the Irish Sea. It is geographically situated right in the middle of Scotland, Ireland, England and Wales. Plan your travels to Isle of Man with these useful tips.

Fairy Bridge, Isle of Man. Manx people are very superstitious and  greet the fairies, or "little people" as they call them, each time they cross the bridge. They also tie notes and little messages for the fairies to the trees.

Fairy Bridge, Isle of Man. Manx people are very superstitious and greet the fairies, or "little people" as they call them, each time they cross the bridge. They also tie notes and little messages for the fairies to the trees.

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