Ballasalla Village. Open at all times. Free entry.
There is car parking in the village, and there are good flat pavements/sidewalks making it easily wheelchair and pushchair accessible.
Ballasalla Village is in the south of Isle of Man it was mainly built from the ruins of Rushen Abbey which was a medieval Cistercian abbey founded in the 1098 and dissolved in the 1500's. Ballasalla is close to Ronaldsway Airport and the Manx Aviation and Military Museum. Silverdale Glen has waterfalls, ponds and a wishing well plus a children's play area with a boating lake and the world's oldest water-powered merry go round. Ballasalla Railway Station is served by the Isle of Man Railway on a seasonal basis.
Commissioners Offices, Main Road, Ballasalla, Isle of Man IM9 2RQ
Via contact section of http://www.malew-parish.org/
Open at all times
From Castletown via A3 and A7 (3.6km). Head north on Malew Street towards Mill Street. Continue onto A3 for 2km. Turn right onto A7. At the roundabout take the 2nd exit. Turn right and destination will be on the left.
From Douglas via A5 (12.9km). Continue to Peel Road/A2. Follow A5 for 11.1km. Turn left and your destination will be on the left.
Contact Isle of Man Public Transport, Banks Circus, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 5PT
Telephone: +44 1624 662525 (Infoline) https://www.gov.im/categories/travel-traffic-and-motoring/bus-and-rail/
There is a hotel in Ballasalla, restaurants and two public houses. There is a convenience store which also incorporates at pharmacy and post office. There is a school, medical centre and a dentist. There are also plenty of attractions, hotels, campsites, bed-and-breakfast accommodation and shopping in neighbouring villages.