The TT races, held annually in June, are world famous, and motorcycling tourists visit to experience legal high speed riding.
The 'Festival of Motorcycling' in late August/early September, featuring classic and modern motorcycle racing.
The 'Pre-TT Classic' and 'Southern 100' motorcycle races, held in summer on the southern Billown course.
Manx National Rally and Rally Isle of Man - summertime car rallies.
'Yn Chruinnaght' - summer festival of Celtic music, dancing and culture.
During summer, take the tram to the summit of Snaefell, the highest point on the Island. From the summit, the visitor can see 6 Kingdoms Scotland, England, Wales, Ireland, the Isle of Man and Heaven. It is a unique experience in that from the summit you can see the whole Island and the bodies of water that surround it. There is also a hiking trail to the summit that takes only about half an hour.
The Laxey Wheel, a restored waterwheel operational during the summer months.
Cregneash folk museum - a working crofting village of traditional thatched cottages.
Museums - the Manx Museum in Douglas, the House of Manannan Celtic/Viking centre in Peel, The Grove Rural Life Museum near Ramsey, the Aviation Museum in Castletown, The Nautical Museum in Castletown, the Derby Castle electric railway museum in Douglas, the Railway Museum in Port Erin, the Jurby Motor Museum home of the Cunningham collection, the Jurby Transport Museum, the smaller Manx Heritage Transport Museum and Leece Museum in Peel.
The A.R.E. motorcycle collection in Kirk Michael.
Ancient Monuments - the Neolithic passage tomb at Cashtal yn Ard, the Meayll Hill stone circle, the Balladoole hill fort and Viking ship-burial, the Viking stone crosses at Maughold church.