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Noble's Park

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Located in Upper Douglas with access from Glencrutchery Road, St. Ninian’s Road and Upper Dukes Road, Noble’s Park is at the heart of the world famous TT festival and other major events and also offers a wide range of facilities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

These include:

 

  • Bandstand;
  • Basketball/five-a-side court;
  • BBQ area;
  • BMX track;
  • Bowling (crown and flat);
  • Cafe. (Noble's Park Cafe);
  • Car parking (free);
  • Changing rooms;
  • Community room. (Available for hire. See panel opposite for booking form);
  • Defibrillator (Pavilion entrance foyer);
  • Dog-walking area (off leash);
  • Football pitches (available for hire);
  • Netball courts (available for hire);
  • Orienteering courses;
  • Ornamental gardens;
  • Outdoor exercise equipment;
  • Picnic area;
  • Play areas. (Tot Lot and Junior);
  • Restaurant (Talk of the Town)
  • Skate park;
  • Tennis courts;
  • Toilets with baby-changing facilities. (Includes disabled unit);
  • TT grandstand.

 

At the heart of the park is Noble’s Park Pavilion a community and leisure complex featuring a 1500 sq ft bistro/restaurant opening onto a terrace and landscaped garden, changing rooms, officials’ rooms, showers, toilets and lockers at ground and first-floor levels, and a lecture room and 1273 sq ft community room on the first floor complete with kitchen and balcony, available for private hire. 

 

AZSC 9808 MediumNoble's Park Pavilion

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Frequently Asked Questions

What are the opening hours?

Noble’s Park is open all year round.

 

Is there parking?

The park offers street-side parking as well as a small car park near the restaurant. Parking is also available behind the Grandstand, except during TT and the Manx Festival of Motorcycling.

 

Does it cost to visit?

Noble’s Park and the Tot Lot are free to visit. Some facilities, however, and the hire of courts etc. may attract a charge. For more information see 'Contact Details'.

 

 

 

 

Last modified on Monday, 03 April 2017 16:59