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Things to do in Yarmouth

 
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Black Rock Charters and Fishing
Ranked #1 of 10 attractions in Yarmouth
Category: Boat Tours
Owner description: Welcome! We provide a varied, interesting and exciting range of fishing trips from 2 hour trips to whole days out. The... more » Owner description: Welcome! We provide a varied, interesting and exciting range of fishing trips from 2 hour trips to whole days out. The Alaminta boat is the perfect vessel to take a leisurely, pleasure cruise to the famous Needles, via Colwell Bay, the colourful sands of Alum Bay and Totland Pier, not to mention Hurst Castle. Hen parties and Stag groups are encouraged and a good time is guaranteed. It is possible to privately hire our charter boat, she is available for groups or for families and friends of course, of 8-12. We operate from the beautiful and historical Yarmouth Harbour on the Isle of Wight where pay and display parking is easily available. « less
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Ranked #2 of 10 attractions in Yarmouth
Category: Art Galleries
Owner description: Chessell Pottery Barns is a family owned working pottery in the heart of the West Wight countryside - this complex of... more » Owner description: Chessell Pottery Barns is a family owned working pottery in the heart of the West Wight countryside - this complex of converted barns consists of a Decorating Studio where all ages can paint their own pottery, a beautiful Gift Barn selling Chessell Ware(our own pottery made onsite) as well as the largest range of Emma Bridgewater Pottery on the Island, as well as a great selection of toys, gifts and home made preserves, and the Courtyard Cafe, home of the Ultimate Island Cream Tea.The Cafe has won 'Best Island Cream Tea 2010/11 & 12' - using all local ingredients - scones baked fresh each day, served with clotted cream from Calbourne and our own home made strawberry jam, served on the pottery's own Strawberry Ware pottery in the sunny Courtyard, or sat by the fire on colder days. The cafe also serves light lunches, full Afternoon Teas on a 3-tier stand, and is now licensed to sell wines and local Ales. There are two four star holiday cottages onsite, so why not stay at the pottery, enjoy a cream tea on arrival and have a go at painting your own pottery during your stay! « less
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Ranked #3 of 10 attractions in Yarmouth
Category: Museums
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Ranked #4 of 10 attractions in Yarmouth
Category: Bus tours
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Ranked #5 of 10 attractions in Yarmouth
Category: Historic Sites
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Ranked #6 of 10 attractions in Yarmouth
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Ranked #7 of 10 attractions in Yarmouth
Category: Museums
Owner description: Sunken Secrets (formerly the Underwater Archaeology Centre) is a small attraction run by local charitable trust, the... more » Owner description: Sunken Secrets (formerly the Underwater Archaeology Centre) is a small attraction run by local charitable trust, the Hampshire and Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology. It is housed inside five of the former gun chambers of the 19th century coastal defence, Fort Victoria. The fort now sits at the gateway to Fort Victoria Country Park, a splendid section of coastal countryside near Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight. Sunken Secrets is dedicated to the world of maritime archaeology. Its exhibits detail both local shipwrecks and submerged prehistoric landscapes in the Solent, as well as the science and technology behind this demanding type of work. Admission is £2.80 for adults, £2.10 for concessions/students and £1.60 for children. A family ticket for two adults and two children is £6.50. You will need to put aside between 30 minutes and 1 hour for your visit. « less
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Ranked #8 of 10 attractions in Yarmouth
Category: Observatories/ Planetariums
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