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Barista Express is a beautiful partnership between myself Lucy Richardson and ‘BEV’, the Barista Express mobile coffee Van. Together we delight our customers with: Great tasting coffees*, teas and hot chocolates (* from freshly ground beans that are…

Enjoy a brewery tour and tastings and find out about the application of the Manx Beer Purity Law to the creation of our brews. Pre-booked parties only – £5 per head.

Discover the origins of some of the most popular pubs in Douglas including a cellar dating to the 1750’s, with information on local points of interest along the way. £20 per person (over 18’s only), includes 6 half pints or soft drinks.…

The Island’s newest brewery started production in 2013 and now produces a wide variety of award winning ales. Come along to an open tasting session on the 1st Friday of every month at the brewery from 5pm-11pm to sample well established…

Visit Ballanorman goat farm during kidding time to see gorgeous Boer and Angora kids. Cuddle the kids, meet their mums and find out about their care. Booking essential – kidding times are during New Year and over the Easter school holidays.

Children’s parties include a trailer ride, lots of ‘hands on’ experiences including meeting farm animals, bottle feeding lambs, feeding piglets, collecting eggs and pony riding, followed by a Manx farmhouse tea. Minimum charge is…

Award winning luxury ice cream hand made with milk and cream from local dairy farmers. An 18th century water mill generates renewable energy, to power our manufacturing equipment – watch it all working from the viewing gallery or arrange a visit.

Meeting at 10.30am at Smeale Farm, Andreas to see, explore and learn more about local food with a guided farm tour and then travelling to Vivaldi Catering in nearby Bride for a cookery demonstration, cooking and a delicious lunch, all using Manx…

Take a step back in time and see how kippers have been produced in our historic buildings, dating to 1882. Free tours of the kipper yard on Mondays and Fridays from May to September at 3.30pm. Coach parties welcomed at any time by arrangement.

Come to Silly Moos to see where your Manx milk, beef and eggs come from. See cows being milked and feed the calves. Walk through a crop of maize and learn about cereals – there are lots more activities included in your admission price.