Cregneash - Isle of Man
Much of the village forms a "Living Museum" operated by Manx National Heritage dedicated to the preservation of the traditional Manx ways of life. Officially opened in 1938, the Cregneash Folk Village shows the typical way of life of a small Manx village in the 19th century. Many original Manx cottages have been preserved and display Victorian farming and fishing equipment as museum exhibits. Historically most of the cottages were thatched, a practice which to this day is reflected on many of the cottages.
There are also a number of private homes in the village but their external appearance is controlled to maintain an older look.
The village has been used on a number of occasions as a film location scenes from the "Brylcreme Boys" and "Waking Ned" were filmed here.