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Moore's Traditional Museum

Mill Road, Peel IM5 1TA
+44 1624 843622
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Traditional smoke house !!!

My other halfs favourite little eatery on the island ..... he can't visit Peel without popping in... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Fortchy
A must for foodies

We deliberately made a beeline for this place as we're massive foodies , there are extremely low... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
martyn h
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Leicester, United Kingdom
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A working factory illustrating the curing of herring.
  • Excellent54%
  • Very good19%
  • Average14%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible9%
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“kippers” (15 reviews)
“isle of man” (3 reviews)
“smokehouse” (4 reviews)
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Mill Road, Peel IM5 1TA
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+44 1624 843622
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Reviewed 3 days ago

My other halfs favourite little eatery on the island ..... he can't visit Peel without popping in!! They serve Manx smoked kippers or crab in a bap with a hot or cold drink of your choice for £3.90 each & they are delicious 😋 You...More

Thank Fortchy
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We deliberately made a beeline for this place as we're massive foodies , there are extremely low numbers of traditional hut smoke houses in the uk so this was a must , the hot smoked herring in a bap was just heaven , my wife...More

Thank martyn h
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Reviewed 7 June 2017 via mobile

Me and a mate stopped off here for a kipper bap and a cuppa which I have to say was brilliant, we got chatting to the owner who was really nice and a helpful chap! They do tours around the smoke house but only on...More

Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 19 May 2016

The Museum is only open for Tours on a Monday. Other days are available for pre-booked groups. We arrived on a Tuesday and were disappointed, although we were told that if we came back the following afternoon and they were not too busy it might...More

Thank Cliff J
Reviewed 9 February 2016 via mobile

The worlds smallest car was built here on IoM! And it's here in this museum, along with a range of worthwhile transport exhibits.

1  Thank Paul H
Reviewed 30 September 2015

We visited Moore's not to go round their museum but to buy kippers to send home to my Dad in the post. The staff member who served us was friendly and helpful. He apologised that as it was well into the afternoon he would arrange...More

Thank Croxy54
Reviewed 15 August 2015

You might not love kippers, but this tour of a traditional family business gives you a good look into how they do it. It is not a long drawn out tour, you need to be able to climb stairs. AND....afterwards get some product. I got...More

Thank tressed
Reviewed 8 July 2015

Went to buy kippers to send home as these are the best. Traditionally smoked, which makes them special. It was smoking day so Mr Moore gave us a look at the smoking and explained very well how the process works and how they hang the...More

Thank Jamiegift
Reviewed 17 June 2015

after a couple of hours visiting Peel it was a great recommendation to go there for the traditional kipper bap!! Delicious! served warm with butter... :) also the crabmeat bap was very good. Service is amazing, they even have tea & coffee for free!! They...More

1  Thank LadyMalfoy
Reviewed 11 June 2015 via mobile

Brilliant place - we called in to see kippers and were given an impromptu tour of the factory and explanation of how it all works by the owner Mr Moore - we bought kippers as a result of this visit- if in the Isle Man...More

2  Thank lovetravelling50
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