Groudle Glen Railway & Sea Lion Rocks Tea Rooms

The line that goes uphill to the sea
  • Railway Re-Opening

    Following the relaxing of restrictions in the Isle of Man, Groudle Glen Railway & Sea Lion Rocks Tea rooms will be reopening from Sunday 5th July. Train services will operate on Sundays between 11am & 4:30pm and on Wednesday evenings from 7pm - 9pm to the Sea Lion Rocks tea rooms and visitor centre. Do bring the family to see us and enjoy a family day out once again

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  • Friends of GGR

    Travel for free throughout the season, support the work of the volunteers, join in with the running of the railway and keep up to date on new developments by becoming our friend!

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  • Raising for Steam Appeal

    Can you help us to keep our locomotives running into the future? On average it can cost up to £2000 a month to keep our locomotives maintained and in service. Find out how you can help from just £2 a week with the Raising for Steam Appeal

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  • 2020 Summer Season

    Are you coming to see us this year?... Check out our timetable for the remainder of 2020. (subject to change due to the COVID-19 pandemic - keeping checking our website and facebook page for details)

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Easter Trains Cancelled
Festive 2019 Santa Trains
Busy Cliff Top Concerts

Welcome to the Groudle Glen Railway

Situated in a small picturesque glen, just north of Douglas on the Isle of Man, is the Groudle Glen Railway & the Sea Lion Rocks Tea Rooms, a Manx charity; solely operated by volunteers. 

Steam trains on this Victorian tourist attraction run from the tree lined glen out onto the clifftops, where you can visit our visitor centre and enjoy afternoon tea in stunning surroundings.

We look forward to welcoming you down the glen soon!GGR Cliffs

Groudle Glen Railway is extremely grateful for the support of the following organisations: