St Jude's Village, Isle of Man. Open Daily. Free Entry.
The village is flat and straight, although there is no parking and no pavements.
St Jude’s is a small village in the north of the Isle of Man. It is named after the 1830s church in the village.
St Jude’s, Isle of Man
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Isle of Man Government Office: +44 (0)1624 685685
The village of St Jude’s is on the A14 from Ramsey to Jurby in the north of the Isle of Man.
The Isle of Man has its own public transport system: https://www.gov.im/categories/travel-traffic-and-motoring/bus-and-rail/. For more details you can visit the website or telephone +44 (0)1624 662525.
The buses are all low-floor with ramps available, making them accessible to travellers with a disability.
There are no amenities in the village itself, but 4 miles eastwards along the A13 in Ramsey there are pubs, restaurants and shops, and 3 miles north-west, via the A13 and then the A14, there is the Guardhouse Café adjacent to the Isle of Man motor Museum on the Jurby industrial estate (please see its venue entry on this website).