We hope you enjoy your visit to the Isle of Man Motor Museum, to help you plan your day please look at the information on this page. If you have any questions please contact us.
We recommend planning on spending at least 3-4 hours looking around the Museum but some petrolheads arrive when we open and don’t leave until we turn the lights out!
We are operating in line with advice from the Isle of Man Government. Whilst social distancing measures have been lifted on the Isle of Man, we ask that visitors be responsible whilst at the Museum and continue taking precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Hand sanitiser is available, however we encourage you to bring and use your own.
We are only accepting card and contactless payments at the current time.We are not accepting cash or cheques as a payment method. The Guard House Coffeehouse is also currently closed.
Please do not visit the Museum if you are experiencing the symptoms of COVID-19:
- • a temperature of more than 37.8C (100F)
- • OR, a new and persistent cough – this means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episodes in 24 hours (if you usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual)
- • OR, anosmia – this is the loss of or a change in your normal sense of smell. It can also affect your sense of taste as the two are closely linked
- • Please also do not visit the Museum if you feel unwell in any way or if someone in your household has had COVID-19 in the last 14 days, or if you know you have been in contact with someone who has tested positive.
Non-commercial photography is welcome at the Museum to help you remember your day. Please share any memories of your visits with us on our Facebook page.
For commercial photography enquiries, please contact us.
We welcome students from local schools on educational visits. Please contact us for further information.
The Isle of Man Motor Museum is in Jurby in the north of the Island and can be easily accessed by road or public transport.
By road from Douglas
Travelling from the Sea Terminal, follow signs for the TT course. You can either head west towards Peel or North towards Ramsey. If you go the Peel route, when you arrive at Ballacraine follow the directions from the south and west, if you arrive at Ramsey, follow the directions from the north.
By road from the South
From the south (including the airport) and west, follow the main road signs to Ramsey. After arriving at the Sulby Glen Hotel in Sulby turn left onto the A14 towards Sandygate crossroads. At the crossroads go straight over towards Jurby. Shortly after the 30mph speed limit signs you will see a left turn into Jurby Industrial Estate indicated with Museum signs. The museum can then be found on the right.
By road from the North
Follow the A3 TT course towards Peel. After passing through Sulby Village turn right at the Sulby Glen Hotel onto the A14 towards Sandygate crossroads. At the crossroads go straight over towards Jurby. Shortly after the 30mph speed limit signs you will see a left turn into Jurby Industrial Estate indicated with Museum signs. The museum can then be found on the right.
Buses are a great way to visit the Isle of Man Motor Museum. Please look at the official Isle of Man Transport website for services to Jurby.
The museum is fully accessible to our wheelchair guests. There is a passenger lift to each mezzanine for viewing the motorcycle displays.
We also offer free hire of manual wheelchairs, subject to availability. It is advisable to book these in advance by contacting us.
There are a number of wider parking spaces for Disabled Badge holders adjacent to the Visitor Entrance. There is a disabled toilet on site.
Service animals are welcome and can be used to access all areas of the museum.