Your Isle of Man TT experience starts here. Experience the ultimate motorcycling event on the beautiful and historic Isle of Man; just off the English coast. The famous Mountain Course is made up of 37.73 miles of public roads, stretching across the entire island with tight turns, no safety barriers and high speed spectating. The Isle of Man TT draws die-hard fans from around the world seeking a glimpse of the action, history and prestige of the world-famous event.
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Experience the intoxicating highs and infamous lows of the Isle of Man TT in 2021. It’s an exhilarating long weekend as riders tackle the winding 37.7 mile street circuit which has 200 corners and endless challenges. The race is as dangerous as motorcycling gets, with riders reaching speeds in excess of 130mph through narrow streets with hedgerows, hills and crests. The race is so dangerous in fact, that over the 113 year period more than 270 people have lost their lives. The fatalities have involved riders, officials and some spectators, although safety measures are now in place, limiting where spectators can view the race from.Read moreRead less
The Isle of Man TT is the only motorcycling race in the world where public roads are closed to allow flat out racing. Because of this, riders must memorise the tough course which is much longer than a typical closed circuit. Riders must learn all 200 turns, curbs, walls, trees, buildings and changes in the road surfaces, to ensure fatal mistakes aren’t made. Experienced riders believe it takes 3-years to memorise the course properly and in the meantime, technology improves and bikes become faster, more agile and light; making the attempt to win all the more challenging.
So why do the riders take part in this notoriously dangerous race? To fulfil childhood dreams, and for their shot at glory and notoriety. It is a race where legends are made and records are broken. If you’ve dreamt of heading to the Isle of Man for the world-famous TT, we can get you there. As a partner of Isle of Man Travel, we have official packages available including tickets, hospitality and accommodation on the island in hotels, glamping tents and lodges. On top of this, our Travel Experts will happily create a custom-made package for you with flights, additional accommodation, car hire, ferry tickets and whatever else you may need.
Now it’s time to start your journey to the Isle of Man. Get in touch with a Travel Expert today. We look forward to welcoming you to the Isle of Man TT in 2021!
The Isle of Man TT event takes place over two weeks; the first seven days consist of qualifying and practice days and the second week is left for racing. There are a total of seven events including Senior TT, Super Stock TT, Superbike TT, SuperSport TT, Lightweight TT, Side Car TT and newly added Zero TT – a race dedicated to electric motorcycles.
What’s on offer from Events Travel?
Our Isle of Man packages offer unique accommodation options from glamping in bell tents to convenient and comfortable hotel stays
Many major airports have flights to the island which is a quick and convenient way to travel. Alternatively, catch you can catch a ferry across — perfect if you want to take a car or wish to experience the journey by sea
One of the best ways to experience the race is with reserved grandstand ticket, where you will enjoy incredible viewing from the best vantage points around the track
Elevate your Isle of Man TT experience with official hospitality. Enjoy exclusive access to premium experiences including appearances from the event's biggest stars, gourmet menus, complimentary drinks, reserved seating and more
As a full-service travel company, our Travel Experts take pride in making complex travel itineraries simple, so you can focus on enjoying your trip
The Isle of Man is a unique island destination, often overlooked by travellers heading from Great Britain for Ireland, yet is a destination that deserves some attention; and that’s certainly what it gets each racing season. Over 50,000 visitors flock to the island across May and June for the different race weeks, creating a bustling atmosphere that’s generally not felt on the quiet, isolated island during the rest of the year.
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Once on the island, the Isle of Man is breathtaking and unique. You’ll find lush valleys, rugged coastlines and barren hills. In 2016, UNESCO designated the Isle of Man a biosphere reserve, only one of five in the UK, which signifies the island as one of the most beautiful natural destinations in Britain.
Aside from the racing action, the Isle of Man will impress you with its beauty and history.
Visitors for the TT will be able to travel around the island using the extensive bus network, which ensures you’ll get to experience the beauty, history and intrigue of the islands many attractions during your visit.
Pound sterling (or Manx pound — has parity with GBP)
June on the Isle of Man is the start of summer. Days are getting longer with sunrise at approx. 4.45 and sunset at 21.45. Expect highs during the day of 18-22°C and lows overnight of 10-14°C. Some rain is expected during race week. We recommend packing for all seasons.
Located in the south of the Island, Peel's 11th-century ruins, originally constructed by vikings, stand pretty atop St Patrick's Isle, connected to the Isle of Man by a causeway
Calf of Man
The small island off the southwest is a major bird sanctuary and is home to 33 species who breed there annually. A fantastic spot for a birdwatching trip
The impressive 13th-century Castle is one of the most complete medieval structures in Europe. Visitors can explore the castle including kitchens, dungeons and the Great Hall
In the centre of the island is Snaefell, the tallest mountain crowned by a railway station and cafe. Here visitors on clear days should be able to sea England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales with Dublin the furthest point at 156km from the summit
The modern museum is the top pick on the island and takes visitors through the islands 10,000 year history, which also displaying art from the islands best-known artists
House of Manannan
Named after the great mythological sea god, the museum uses interactive displays to highlight Manx history and traditions including reconstructing a Viking longship and a Celtic roundhouse
Deposit: 25% plus any upgrades or extras due to secure your booking
Balance: Due by 15 January 2021
Bookings made after 15 January 2021 require full payment to confirm.
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