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#1 of 2 Museums in Bembridge
We visited the lifeboat on Friday afternoon the two guides who where in the station were brilliant friendly and helpful and really enjoyed taking to them excellent well worth a visit
Was amazing to see the lifeboat close up at the station and the lifeboat educator who was on hand really engaged with the children and taught them valuable lifesaving lessons as well as information about the boat.

Brading Roman Villa

Brading 3.2 mi away
#1 of 2 Museums in Brading
The mosaic floors rival some of those in Pompeii and Herculaneum, and there are imaginative interactive facilities for children as well as an excellent cafe/restaurant with daily special hot meals available.
Lots of lovely mosaics - very good to engage children - lots of activities for them, but as I love Roman history it was great to be there out of season and just wander around and look at the floors, hypo-caust sys...
#1 of 4 Museums in Ryde
What a marvellous exhibition, a beautifull display of historical public road transport, most informative and friendly staff, nice cafe, and free admission, thanks for a lovely visit
... see so much more, the entire place is run by volunteers who show a great deal of dedication to restoring and caring for the buses there, some of which have been donated and loaned to them by other enthusiasts.
#2 of 2 Museums in Bembridge
The person working that day was very helpful and knowledgeable, definately worth a visit.
Really friendly welcome could do with another visit to look at all of the exhibits.

Glory Art Glass

Sandown 3.9 mi away
#1 of 2 Museums in Sandown
Lovely glass have been there quite a few times and have a fair amount of their glass, very reasonable prices.Steps from the main drag of Sandown.
It was filled with beautiful pieces of glass and the prices were the most reasonable on the island.

Dinosaur Isle

Sandown 3.2 mi away
#2 of 2 Museums in Sandown
Always a winner this one kids love these places and so do I reminds me when I first found my first fossil on Muderford beach and it took off from there Lots to see and do with a great gift shop, for all ages,speci...
The main museum has a number of things you can interact with - an animatronic dinosaur, with some buttons to press, some fossil rubbings you can do, touch and feel boxes, etc.  Upstairs there was some more art typ...

Bembridge Fort

Isle of Wight, UK 1.8 mi away
#29 of 40 Museums in Isle of Wight
To walk into the Fort and be guided through its history was a wonderful experience, made ever more interesting by our guide, Tim.
They are very informative and, whilst the fort is pretty much a collection of empty rooms and tunnels, they really bring it to life.
#2 of 2 Museums in Brading
... museum itself there are so many toys from all different countries and of varying ages I was astounded but the most amazing part was that this was all one lady’s collection that grew primarily through donations!
Excellent display of toys from years ago, some that you can still remember, pot dolls, golliwogs, tin toys,etc well worth a visit.
#2 of 4 Museums in Ryde
A very unique set of exhibitions, Donald McGill postcard archive has all of his saucy postcards on view covering the walls and ceilings, there is also exhibits of the Isle of Wight at war, and its history through...
The post cards were amazing but all the local memorabilia was great to see so much well worth a visit
#3 of 4 Museums in Ryde
Hidden in the basement of the beautiful Royal Victoria Arcade is this museum of Ryde .A great timeline on the history of the town and its people.. Some very interesting documents and artifacts.
You pay the very modest entrance fee (£2) and then spend ages wondering around the passages and rooms full of interesting and sometimes quirky exhibits that are derived from the tapestry of Ryde's history.