‘Raad tram-cabbil baie ghoolish’ “….tinkling tramcars, like toast racks, Sweeping the curve of the bay.” (Sir Hall Caine) The Douglas Bay Horse Tramway Photo  douglashorsetramway.im Plan your journey
Tours provide the perfect opportunity to learn about the history of the Douglas horse trams, from the very beginning. During your visit you can meet the horses that operate the service today. A small exhibition and gift shop are also available on site. For more information or to book your place, please visit the ticket office at Derby Castle, or telephone 01624 614687. Please note visitors are also welcome outside scheduled tour times. Dates and times for the 2018 season: Saturday 22nd September - 10am, 11am Saturday 6th October** - 10am, 11am, 12pm Saturday 13th October** - 10am, 11am, 12pm Sunday 21st October - 11:30am, 1:30pm
Stable tours Free guided tours of the tramway stables are available on selected dates throughout the season, led by volunteers from the Friends of the Douglas Bay Horse Tramway.
‘Tramway and railway gifts’ Photo  douglashorsetramway.im ‘Exhibition of nostalgic photographs’ Photo  douglashorsetramway.im
Gift shop A small exhibition and gift shop is also available on site.
The exhibition and gift shop is housed in part of the building known as the ‘little stable’. It features nostalgic photographs from photographer Brian Mitchell. This room remains unmodified, and the original wooden stalls and cobbled floor remain.
**Additional tours in conjunction with the Manx National Heritage open days event. These tours must be booked separately through Eventbrite, by following this link
“….tinkling tramcars, like toast racks, Sweeping the curve of the bay.” (Sir Hall Caine) The Douglas Bay Horse Tramway Raad tram-cabbil baie ghoolish Photo  douglashorsetramway.im Plan your journey
Stable tours Free guided tours of the tramway stables are available on selected dates throughout the season, led by volunteers from the Friends of the Douglas Bay Horse Tramway.
The exhibition and gift shop is housed in part of the building known as the ‘little stable’. It features nostalgic photographs from photographer Brian Mitchell. This room remains unmodified, and the original wooden stalls and cobbled floor remain.
Gift shop A small exhibition and gift shop is also available on site.
‘Tramway and railway gifts’ Photo  douglashorsetramway.im ‘Exhibition of nostalgic photographs’ Photo  douglashorsetramway.im
Tours provide the perfect opportunity to learn about the history of the Douglas horse trams, from the very beginning. During your visit you can meet the horses that operate the service today. A small exhibition and gift shop are also available on site. For more information or to book your place, please visit the ticket office at Derby Castle, or telephone 01624 614687. Please note visitors are also welcome outside scheduled tour times. Dates and times for the 2018 season: Saturday 22nd September - 10am, 11am Saturday 6th October** - 10am, 11am, 12pm Saturday 13th October** - 10am, 11am, 12pm Sunday 21st October - 11:30am, 1:30pm
**Additional tours in conjunction with the Manx National Heritage open days event. These tours must be booked separately through Eventbrite, by following this link
‘Raad tram-cabbil baie ghoolish’ “….tinkling tramcars, like toast racks, Sweeping the curve of the bay.” (Sir Hall Caine) The Douglas Bay Horse Tramway Plan your journey Photo  douglashorsetramway.im
Tours provide the perfect opportunity to learn about the history of the Douglas horse trams, from the very beginning. During your visit you can meet the horses that operate the service today. A small exhibition and gift shop are also available on site. For more information or to book your place, please visit the ticket office at Derby Castle, or telephone 01624 614687. Please note visitors are also welcome outside scheduled tour times. Dates and times for the 2018 season: Saturday 22nd September - 10am, 11am Saturday 6th October** - 10am, 11am, 12pm Saturday 13th October** - 10am, 11am, 12pm Sunday 21st October - 11:30am, 1:30pm
Stable tours Free guided tours of the tramway stables are available on selected dates throughout the season, led by volunteers from the Friends of the Douglas Bay Horse Tramway.
‘Tramway and railway gifts’ Photo  douglashorsetramway.im ‘Exhibition of nostalgic photographs’ Photo  douglashorsetramway.im
Gift shop A small exhibition and gift shop is also available on site.
The exhibition and gift shop is housed in part of the building known as the ‘little stable’. It features nostalgic photographs from photographer Brian Mitchell. This room remains unmodified, and the original wooden stalls and cobbled floor remain.
**Additional tours in conjunction with the Manx National Heritage open days event. These tours must be booked separately through Eventbrite, by following this link