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Things To Do & Days Out near Strang

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IOM National Sport Centre Epic! A leisure pool with 2 slides, flow pool, whirlpools, sprays and geysers; a toddler beach entry pool with jets, sprays and mini slide; a jacuzzi and a competition sized swim pool! Plus sports and track facilities!
Groudle Glen Railway If you can catch them open then it's a lovely day for small folk keen on trains or a perfect introduction to them. Steam trains and cliff top tea room.
Hot Rocks Climbing Wall is an indoor climbing wall with top rope, lead and bouldering areas. For over 5s.
Family Library (2 miles)
Family Library is a bright, colourful and lively centre for young people in Douglas. As well as having all the latest books, DVDs and CDs to borrow we have lots of exciting drop-in crafts, activities, exhibitions and creative workshops to enjoy.
Manx Museum (2 miles)
Manx Museum Bursting with fascinating artefacts and treasures. The Museum reveals the Story of Mann through film, exhibitions and interactive displays. It is the perfect place to discover Manx history and culture, with a fun series of discovery trails for kids aged 5 to 12.
Palace Cinema (2 miles)
Palace Cinema Vintage cinema with state of the art facilities.
Manx Fun Farm (2 miles)
Manx Fun Farm Multi level adventure play barn with toddler area plus atmospheric laser tag for all ages! Colourful climbing maze fun for the smalls and the pacifists, and all out warplay for the zap-happy!
Laserblast (2 miles)
Laserblast High tech, zero contact, adventure combat, set in a massive 3,300 sq feet arena, lit by ultra violet light and surrounded by fog and other atmospherics. Great fun for over 7s, next to Fun Farm!
Manx Electric Railway For the best coastal views there is no better way to travel then the Manx Electric Railway. It weaves its way up and down along the eastern side of the island.
Isle of Man Steam Railway The train passes through the countryside. From all sides are trees, grasslands and farms. In the distant on one side, the sea. Never has there been a more pleasant way to travel 15 miles.
Home of Rest for Old Horses 50 retired horses and donkeys. Set in 92 acres of open countryside. There is a shop, cafe and museum. On bus route.
Onchan Pleasure Park Loads to do including adventure playground, indoor play facility, karting track, dance studio, mini golf and more besides. An epic family day out!
Onchan Park Mini Golf Simple and addictive miniature golf with a pitch and putt side. Loads of fun with tonnes of extras from the adventure playground and indoor play area to the go karting and dance studio. Epic!
Onchan Park Karting A 400m oval track offering older kids the chance to kart on 5.5 horse powered Honda engines! Plus indoor and outdoor play, mini golf, dance studio and loads more.
Laxey Wheel (4 miles)
Laxey Wheel Not a full day's worth but an interesting stop: this is the largest working waterwheel in the world!
Mann Cat Sanctuary Not a full day and slightly surreal but a very worthy cause: a vast host of rescued cats and kittens meowing about for your pleasure. An important lesson for the kids about looking after animals. Note the limited hours.
Rushen Abbey (5 miles)
Rushen Abbey The remains of a medieval abbey, plus gardens and a 14th century bridge to explore. Learn what life what like her with activities for visitors of all ages, hands on fun and interactive exhibits.
The Great Laxey Mine Railway Ride in a tiny carriage along the half mile of ancient miner routes, past the world's largest remaining waterwheel.
Grenaby Malew
Grenaby Estates Equestrian Centre Offering pony club, riding lessons, cross country course, indoor and outdoor arenas, polo club with training sessions and a host of friendly professionals to help guide you through it all!
Silverdale Glen (6 miles)
Silverdale Glen Play area, boating lake and famous water powered merry go round. Waterfalls and lilly ponds in adjacent woodland over little wooden bridge.
The Manx Aviation and Military Museum Through the fascinating display of gathered artefacts and memorabilia etc., MAPS hopes to convey the rich heritage of this part of the Island’s history for all to appreciate.
Leece Museum (8 miles)
Leece Museum A small museum that is free to visit, lots of displays and a spooky basement! The number of fascinating facts and items that you will discover here will surprise you.
Peel Castle (8 miles)
Peel Castle Overlooking picturesque Peel harbour is the ancient castle and island fortress of Peel Castle set on St Patrick's Isle, where you can unwrap the layers of Manx history within the castle's magnificent walls.
Fenella Beach aka Peel Beach Sandy beach by the castle good for sandcastles and paddling, but no proper swimming encouraged for kids as no lifeguards. Pleasingly isolated and natural, no loud arcades and tourist tat!
Cronk Y Voddy
Ballahimmin Riding and Pony Trekking Cen Lessons and trekking from 4 years plus with optional pony leading walk outs to ease into it for first timers. mixed group treks available too so you can all go out together: giddy up!
Glen Maye (8 miles)
Glen Maye Waterfall, beach, cliffs and fern filled woodland plus cliffs alive with seabirds: adventure territory for sure!
The House of Manannan The Island's mythological sea god, Manannan, welcomes you to his fascinating Kingdom and guides you through the Island’s rich Celtic, Viking and Maritime past.
Castle Rushen (8 miles)
Castle Rushen Situated in the heart of Castletown, the Island’s ancient capital, Castle Rushen is one of Europe’s most finely preserved medieval castles and fortress of the Kings and Lords of Mann.
Nautical Museum Isle of Man A fascinationg, tardis like building, originating from the discovery of the 18th century armed yacht, the Peggy, walled up in her boat cellar and now seen as being of 'extraordinary' maritime importance on the National Historic Ships Register.
Shorties Pirate Adventure Enjoy great coffee and fresh, healthy food in a warm, comfortable and relaxing environment, while your children play safely. 3 separate soft play areas to cater for different age ranges. Come and visit us for a fun packed family time!
Old House of Keys Manx National Heritage has restored the Old House of Keys to provide visitors with an insight into the political life and times of the Island.
Kirk Michael
Pennybridge Riding School BHS approved facility offering lessons, riding simulator and recognised Pony Club, plus full 5 hour own a pony style days in the school holidays!
Discover Diving (11 miles)
Discover Diving Runs snorkelling courses for the whole family (over 8 years) and scuba diving courses for over 12s, all in the beautiful blue waters off the IOM coast.
Cregneash Village Folk Museum A living museum of a Manx upland crofting community including thatched cottages and farm buildings illustrating a traditional way of life around the 19th and early 20th century.
Mooragh Park (12 miles)
Mooragh Park Offering crazy golf, adventure play areas, BMX course, boating lake and a splash pad water play zone! Sports facilities also available and great for stargazing!
Curraghs Wildlife Park The park's natural wetland environment is a haven for endangered wetland wildlife from around the world. There are more than 100 species of birds and animals, of which many rare species are part of international breeding programmes.
Northern Swimming Pool A family friendly and fun place for a splash about with different sessions and activities for all ages, including parent and toddler sessions. Also home to a swim school if you want lessons.
The Venture Centre Activities include: Archery, Air rifle training, Assault course with ZipLines, Abseiling, Kayaking and Canoeing, Dinghy sailing, Gorge walking, Orienteering, Raft building and Power boating. Phew!
Newton Stewart
Monreith Animal World Set in 12 acres of scenic countryside, the animals are placed in a circular route around the park, taking in a peaceful pondside walk. Best suited to younger kids and ideal for an afternoon adventure!
Whithorn Cradle of Christianity The ongoing archaeological excavation is partially open to visitors. In the museum itself is a significant collection of early Christian stones. Founded by St. Ninian in the 5th century this is the site of the first Christian church in Scotland, later becoming the cathedral church of Galloway.
Newton Stewart
Garlieston Beach and Wigtown Bay Glorious seaside gardens, several connecting beaches (as listed plus Rigg Bay AKA Cruggleton Bay) and woodland walks, sandy shores and safe paddling. House not open to public.
Logan Fish Pond Marine Life Centre See marine life and amazing geology at this marine life centre with a unique fish pond. Closed in Winter and during adverse weather.
Logan Botanic Garden Scotland's Most Exotic Garden. Because of the influence of the Gulf Stream, a remarkable collection of bizarre and beautiful plants flourishes outside, making this Garden a plantsman's paradise.
The Beacon (45 miles)
The Beacon This is a large museum next to the harbour and has changing exhibitions and activities for children. Several floors to explore, with amazing views from the top. Discover the Sellafield Story; explore the history of the area, and more.
St Bees Beach (45 miles)
St Bees
St Bees Beach The beach is a magnificent shingle with dozens of varieties of rock sloping down to good red sand. Safe for swimming but no lifeguard cover. Terrific new adventure playground too with play galleon and more!
Castle Ward (45 miles)
Castle Ward The kids can immerse themselves in the Victorian Past with period dress up and toys! There's also a farmyard to visit and 2 adventure play areas with toy tractors in the barn!
Jungle Jacks (45 miles)
Jungle Jacks Located within Whitehaven Sports Centre. Bright, safe and colourful adventure soft play for under 10s. Creche also on site.
The Rum Story (45 miles)
The Rum Story Museum transporting you back to 1785 and the story of Rum, with sights, sounds and smells from its Caribbean origins, on the Slave Ships and to the shops and cottages it would have bought and consumed.
Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway Runs for seven-miles from the coastal village of Ravenglass through two of Lakeland's 'loveliest valleys' to Dalegarth station and visitor centre in Eskdale.
Brighouse Bay Trekking Lessons from 7 plus, Weenie Rides from 5, starter and walking treks from 8 years, plus fast and beach hacks, and own a pony days.
At Day Out With The Kids, we've tried to put together as many great family days out & things to do with kids in Strang as possible, especially those that are affordable for everyone. Popular attractions include IOM National Sport Centre and Groudle Glen Railway, although there are many more to discover. If you've been on a fun day out in the area you'd like to share, please contact us so other families visiting Strang can enjoy it too!

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