Children will be given free access to on-Island heritage sites thanks to a link-up with a local business.
The Fedelta Group and Manx National Heritage have teamed up to provide the ACE Card.
Over 14,000 of the cards are distributed to primary and secondary school children – they offer free entry to all heritage sites operated by MNH.
Director Edmund Southworth says: "Manx National Heritage extend their thanks to The Fedelta Group for supporting the ACE scheme and assisting the continued provision of free access to the Island's heritage for our young people."
Chairman of The Fedelta Group Michael Shimmin says: "Fedelta have been part of the Isle of Man business fraternity for a quarter of a century, and as a locally owned firm we are keen to give something back to our community.
"We are delighted to be working with Manx National Heritage in helping our children and young people to enjoy their rich cultural heritage."
Cards will be distributed directly via Isle of Man schools.