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Practice Week: May 26th - June 1st 2012
Race Week: June 2nd - June 8th 2012

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DCCL Things to do 7 June 2012

The Department of Community, Culture and Leisure wants to remind visitors that there are lots of things to do this TT week despite the weather.

National Sports Centre, Groves Road , Douglas

The National Sports Centre (NSC), is offering a Shower and Towel for only £3.

The Villa Marina

Thursday 7 June: Broadway Cinema

  • Men in Black 3 – 3D (Cert PG) 14:30 & 19:30
  • Men in Black 3 – 2D (Cert PG) 17:00
  • TT 3D: Closer To The Edge (Cert 15) – 22:00

Villa Marina Royal Hall

  • Geddy Up & Ed Force One (Rush & Iron Maiden Tributes) – Doors 7pm – Tickets £10

Friday 8 June: Broadway Cinema

  • Men in Black 3 – 3D (Cert PG) 19:30
  • TT 3D: Closer To The Edge (Cert 15) 12:00 & 22:00

To book tickets call the Villa Gaiety hotline on (01624) 600555 or in person at the Villa Marina Reception.

Wildlife Park, Ballaugh

The Wildlife Park is open 10am – 6pm daily and it’s half price entry up to and including Friday 8 June. Adults £4.20, Children £2.10. Kids Eat Free menu available most of the summer.

Manx National Heritage

Additionally, Manx National Heritage has the Manx Museum in Douglas. Admission is free. There’s also the House of Manannan attraction in Peel. Admission: adults £6, children and students £3. Family admission 2 adults, 2 children £14.50.

Isle of Man Railways

It's always great to take a steam train to Castletown from Douglas or Port Erin to enjoy the various heritage attractions, or take a tram ride on the Manx Electric Railways from Douglas to Laxey or Ramsey. From Laxey why not take a trip to the top of Snaefell mountain where the restaurant is open for lunch, and the cafe open until 16:30.

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