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Cregneash Village Folk Museum

Howe Road, Cregneash, IM9 5PX

Cregneash is the last remaining Crofters’ Village on the Island. It was preserved by Manx National Heritage in 1938 to show what life was like in a traditional farming community of the 19th and early 20th Centenary. Manx was used as the first language in the village and is still used in this Living Folk Museum. There are regular demonstrations of traditional crafts such as spinning, knitting, weaving and blacksmithing.

Special events such as Hop Tu Naa, Sheep shearing and Manx Folk dancing, together with Craft workshops, are also hosted during the year.

There is a resident Manx Cat.

 

 

 

Opening Hours

November-March: Closed
April-May: Open Daily 10-4pm
May-September: Open Daily 10-5pm
September-November: Open 10-4pm