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  • Things To Do on the Isle of Wight
    Things To Do on the Isle of Wight

    Over 60 Miles of Stunning Beaches to Visit

  • Things To Do on the Isle of Wight
    Things To Do on the Isle of Wight

    The Isle of Wight is the Dinosaur Capital of Britain - unmissable activities for all

  • Things To Do on the Isle of Wight
    Things To Do on the Isle of Wight

    Themed Parks and Fun for all the Family

  • Things To Do on the Isle of Wight
    Things To Do on the Isle of Wight

    Animal & Bird Encounters, Wildlife, Parks & Zoos 

Things To Do

Things To Do on the Isle of Wight

 

The Isle of Wight is the perfect holiday destination and is absolutely packed full of things to do.In fact the Isle of Wight probabaly has more things to do than any other location in the country! Whether you are looking for relaxation or action you'll find many places to visit on the Isle of Wight to suit all the family.

Things to do on the Isle of Wight includes popular family Attractions such as Blackgang Chine, Alum Bay, Robin Hill, Isle of Wight Zoo, Amazon World Park and Zoo, Historical Places of Interest such as Queen Victoria's Osborne House, The Needles, Carisbrook Castle and Appuldurcombe House, Activities such as Wight Waters Adventure Watersports, golfing, walking, and of course yachting, Active Fun such as crazy golf, putting and bowling, museums such as Dinosaur Isle, Parks and Gardens such as Ventnor Botanical Gardens and of course Beaches - where there are around 60 miles to explore and enjoy
Make sure you check out the top visitor attractions on the Isle of Wight so you can plan your trip in advance.

robin-hill-adventure-park-gardensConveniently located in the centre of the Isle of Wight Robin Hill remains one of the island's most popular attractions. Providing a great balance of rides and adventure play for fun loving families as well as ponds, woodland and walks for discerning adults to enjoy. Popular ride experiences include the famous quarter mile exhillarating downhill toboggan run which can reach speeds of up to 25 miles per hour! A swinging galleon and a must for sci-fi thrill seekers is the 4D HD motion cinema. Younger...
bembridge-windmillFREE to National Trust members. Bembridge Windmill is the Isle of Wight's only surviving windmill and was built around 1700. With most of the machinery still intact over 4 floors plus a short film you'll get a wonderful view in to how this windmill once worked. Refreshments are available from a small kiosk. Pop up to see this historical building and then why not take one of the walks in the currounding countryside? Bembridge Windmill is located right at the strt of the Culver Trail.  Bembridge...
sandown-zooHome to Britain's largest collection of tigers, this award winning zoo has been a dedicated ally to the tiger for over a quarter of a century. The Zoo also cares for a wide range of other animals including lions, leopards, jaguars, lemurs, monkeys,The Isle of Wight is an unmissable attraction based on the seafront in Sandown with plenty of free on site car parking.Specialising in the care of tigers and lemurs and in conserving and protecting animals both in the zoo and in their natural...
osborne-houseOsborne House   The Avenue, East Cowes. PO32 6JX   Osborne House was Queen Victoria's home by the sea. Osborne was built as a family home and as you walk through the Queen's bedroom, the nursery rooms and even royal bathrooms, you get an intimate glimpse into royal family life.
luccombe-hall-to-ventnor-botanical-gardensLuccombe Hall to Ventnor Botanic Gardens and Return – Sunday 24th November 2013 Distance: 9 Miles. Time: 3 Hours (Excluding Breaks) Walk includes scenic views, winding pathways through the undercliff, plenty of steps, one of my favourite pubs, a bracing coastline revetment and the hidden gem of Steephill Cove – with the guarantee of mud on your boots if tackled this time of year. From the hotel car park, turn left, walking up hill along Luccombe Road, passing Haddon's Pits on your left with...
short-circular-walk-from-luccombe-manorHere is a walk that Ken took just after lunch on Wednesday 13th November. His starting point was at Luccombe Manor Country House Hotel where he made his way down the Appley Steps on to the seafront. This was one of Ken's short circular walks and you can see a few of the images he took along the route below the map. Don't forget to share your time and images if you follow this route on your stay with us.      

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