A direct flight to the Isle of Man from London takes just over 1 hour. There are also indirect flights available that incur a stopover at Manchester and possibly a second stop at Belfast. With airlines such as British Airways, Flybe and Virgin Atlantic operating frequent flight services between the Isle of Man and London, there are often cheap flight deals available. Passengers may book a London to the Isle of Man flight, which departs from Gatwick, Heathrow or London City Airport. Use our online search facility to find a cheap flight. Flight prices can be easily compared, and a cheap flight that suits personal requirements found.Travelling to a London airport can be done by coach, bus, train or taxi. Long stay parking amenities are available to those that wish to travel by car. The Isle of Man Ronaldsway Airport
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Laxey Mines and the Lady Isabella water wheel offer a fascinating insight into the heritage of this island. Zinc Ore was a major resource, while the wheel that pumped the water was the largest of its kind in the world. It's even possible to explore the former mine.2 The Manx Museum
For visitors that are fascinated by the rich heritage of this island, a wander around Manx Museum is a must. It traces the history of the island over a period of 10 thousand years, which includes a short introductory film.3 Raad ny Foillan
This long-distance path follows the stunning coastline of the island, and is approximately 95 miles in length. Visitors may choose to follow a section of it, or attempt the entire walk - this usually takes up to 6 days. There are plenty of places to eat or stay en route, and the path provides inspirational views of the sea, birds and countryside.4 Snaefell
At a towering 2034 foot, this is the island's highest point. Visitors can reach the peak of the mountain on foot or via the Snaefell Mountain Railway. On a clear day, from the mountain's summit, it's possible to see Scotland, Ireland, Wales and England.5 Curraghs Wildlife Park
With over 100 species of reptiles, birds and mammals, this park offers an exciting day out for visitors of all ages. The park is situated in wooded lands, surrounded by marshlands and a wealth of bird life.