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Things to do in Ramsey

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Ranked #1 of 4 attractions in Ramsey
Category: Architectural Buildings
Owner description: Milntown is set in over fifteen acres of beautiful gardens in the North of the Isle of Man, near Ramsey and is one of the... more » Owner description: Milntown is set in over fifteen acres of beautiful gardens in the North of the Isle of Man, near Ramsey and is one of the Island’s most historic houses. Originally the home of one of the leading families on the Isle of Man -the ‘Christians’ - Milntown has also been a school for young ladies and a hotel. More recently it once again reverted to being a private house owned by Lady Edwards and subsequently her son Sir Clive. Upon his death, in 1999, a Trust was created to maintain the house and gardens for the benefit of the Manx people, in line with the wishes of Sir Clive. Milntown House is open for tours each Wednesday and Saturday from April - September. Garden Tours are held monthly, please visit our website for further information regarding tours and other events held at MilntownMilntown also has a restaurant that can cater for up to sixty private diners or an elite fine dining experience for up to 14 guests in the old Milntown dining room. Larger numbers can also be catered for with a bespoke marquee in the stunning garden. « less
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Ranked #2 of 4 attractions in Ramsey
Category: Historic Sites; Museums; Educational Sites
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Ranked #3 of 4 attractions in Ramsey
Category: Game/ Entertainment Centers
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Ranked #4 of 4 attractions in Ramsey
Owner description: The Grove Museum of Victorian Life was developed in the mid 19th century by the Liverpool shipping merchant Duncan Gibb as a... more » Owner description: The Grove Museum of Victorian Life was developed in the mid 19th century by the Liverpool shipping merchant Duncan Gibb as a summer retreat for himself and his family.Later, the Victorian villa became the family’s permanent residence and family home and a visit to the Grove is like stepping back in time.You’ll find a series of period rooms, containing mostly original furnishings and fittings, a costume room, and displays of the possessions of three generations.There’s also the opportunity to view the outbuildings, which would have served the substantial adjoining farmland, with agricultural equipment including a restored horse-powered threshing mill on display.Step out into the gardens and you’ll be able to see the bees making honey or have a game of croquet on the lawn. The Conservatory Tearoom serves a small range of hot and cold food or you can enjoy a picnic in the Grove’s gardens. There is also a museum shop on site. « less
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