During your trip to the Isle of Man you and your family will experience several interesting and exciting aspects of Manx motor history. From the authentic Steam and Electric Heritage railways, through to the modern motor racing calendar including the annual TT and Southern 100, there is plenty to keep you occupied.
If you have an interest in motoring then a visit to the Isle of Man Motor Museum in Jurby may be ideal for you during your holiday. Based in the north of the island this new museum opened in 2015 and has over 70,000 square feet of exhibit space.
The museum acts as the permanent public home for the Cunningham Classic Cars collection and is filled with 150 vehicles in the main area, 150 motorcycles in the two mezzanine floors and also has a post-war street scene and period car showroom in the rear yard.
In addition to this the site also has a car club display area, coffee kiosk, gift shop and is fully set up for disabled access making it an ideal location to visit during a tour round this part of the island.
Further information can be found on the Isle of Man Motor Museum website.