St Patrick's Chair consists of three standing stones. It is believed that the stones mark an ancient meeting place where preaching would take place. There are two granite pillars marked with crosses: no. 6 and 7.
When we visited St Patrick's Chair, it was a clear July morning and the stones seemed to stand majestically in the open fields.
St Patrick's Chair is located in the south part of the Island near Crosby.
- By car - We travelled directly from The Braaid site; turning right from the A24 on the road north to Crosby. Keep a keen eye out for the sign to the site of the left hand side of the road; we nearly missed it at first. Walk along the lane and then follow the signs across the field to the stones.
- By bus - Take buses 5 or 6 to Crosby post office from Peel, Ramsey or Douglas. Once at Crosby post office, walk by the side of B35 for about a mile. There is sign on the right side of the road pointing it out.