To celebrate the beauty of all things floral, Isle of Man Flower Festival hosts an annual community event encompassing floral art in any medium, predominantly fresh flowers but also including arts & crafts.

Our 2022 event will be held over 3 days at historic St John’s Mill, a unique venue housing its original working water wheel. This old building was originally built for the flourishing 19th century textile industry and has been sympathetically restored, making it the perfect backdrop for numerous creative floral arrangements filling the Mill with colour.

Over 30 exhibitors will be interpreting our 2022 theme ‘The Spirit of Mann’ (in Manx 'Spyrryd Vannin'), reflecting our Island’s beauty, heritage, community, and sense of place in the world. Do come and join us!


Yellow Tulips

More than 30 local exhibitors will be creating colourful floral displays for our 2022 event


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With most of our floral attractions under cover, Flower Festival is designed to be enjoyed by all whatever the weather.

St John's Mill is fully accessible for visitors with disabilities and equipped with a disability lift and toilet. Three disabled parking

spaces are also available.

More info: www.stjohnsmill.com


Yellow Sunflower

The 2022 Festival takes place from Friday 8th to Sunday 10th July at St John's Mill & Conference Centre which will be open to visitors from 10.30am-4.30pm



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The cafe at St John's Mill

will be serving tea, coffee and freshly baked cakes from

10.30 - 4pm each day.

Additional cafes can

be found within the Tynwald Mills complex and nearby in

St John's village, offering a wide range of food options.

Orange Ranunculus Flowers

Entry is FREE to our 2022 event although donations

will be most welcome to help offset the costs of

staging the Festival


Yellow Senna Flowers

St John's Mill enjoys a central location and free parking is available nearby at the St John's Mill

& Conference Centre car park which is accessed from the Poortown Road.

Directions: from Ballacraine crossroads take the road towards Glen Helen/Kirk Michael (A3)

turning left at Ballig Bridge onto the Poortown Road (A20) to Peel.

St John's Mill Private Car Park is on the left, clearly signed and visible from the road.

Two disabled parking spaces are available adjacent to the St John's Mill building

which can be accessed via Tynwald Mills Shopping Centre.

For information about visiting using public transport contact Bus Vannin on 662525 or see their website

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