Due to Covid-19 restrictions, venues and exhibitions are closed until further notice. We recommend checking with the venues' own websites for up-to-date information. Situated on the harbourside in Castletown this fascinating building originates from the discovery in 1935 of the 18th-century armed yacht, the ‘Peggy’, walled up in her contemporary boat cellar. Built for George Quayle in 1791, she had remained undisturbed for a century after the death of her owner. The ‘Peggy’, in her original home, was generously given to the Manx Museum and National Trust by a family descendant and is now seen as being of 'extraordinary' maritime importance on the National Historic Ships Register.
The Nautical Museum
Bridge Street, Castletown, Isle of Man IM9 1AX Isle of Man
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14 June 2021
Mee ny Moyrn sonney diu! Happy Pride month! This month the #Island's #LGBTQ+ community will come together & celebrate #Pride. An important milestone in our social history, we want to capture every bit of it. Share your photos & experiences of @isleofpride to'Manx King' John Halsall (b.1943)