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Peel Castle, Peel

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  • Dating back to medieval times, with some Viking elements this ruined castle is on a cliff top promontory attached by a causeway and with a Harbour breakwater. Years since I was here. Brought my NZ nep...  more »
  • This castle is a Manx heritage site. Entry fee is £8 or for £10 you can visit all heritage sites on the Island during TT week and classic week so Thisbe offers good value for money. We spent an hour l...  more »
  • A glimpse on to the past. Let your imagination go to wonder what it was like living within the walls of this castle and fighting off those invading your country. Imagine the human effort required to b...  more »
  • Lovely day out. Fantastic scenery. A must for everyone
  • Great place to spend a few hours. Wander around to see many centuries and different uses of the castle grounds. Could even plan a packed lunch on a beautiful day. Well worth a visit.
  • It's a castle. What's not to like. Good for keeping kids entertained.
  • This Lovely historic viking castle really is the heart of peel and is very striking! Lots of ground to explore and stories to learn once inside, its mainly outdoors and sensible shoes should be worn, it isn't really suitable for prams or wheelchairs you have stairs for entry and rough terrain inside
  • Nice place to have a walk, bigger than it appears from outside, superb views on Peel.