Set in 40 acres, Mooragh Park is a hotspot for visitors who will enjoy the sporting facilities, boating lake and children’s play areas.
Curraghs Wildlife Park in nearby Ballaugh is also worth a visit.
This well-maintained park is home to a wide range of wildlife from across the globe, much of which is set in walk through enclosures giving you the chance to get up close to these magnificent creatures.
If you’re feeling energetic, why not pay a visit to Dhoon Glen near Ramsey– one of the steepest glens on the Island where you’ll face a challenging 190 steps to climb and find the highest waterfall in the Island, falling over 40 metres.
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Dating back to 1874 and running 15¾ miles southwest from Douglas, the Isle of Man Steam Railway's line to Port Erin is one of the oldest and longest in service narrow gauge passenger steam railways anywhere in the World.
Livestock wagons were once a familiar sight on the Isle of Man Railway, with some thirty-two in total being used to carry livestock and other farm produce.
These well preserved period properties offer a fascinating insight into what life was like hundreds of years ago on the Island.
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