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Tennyson Down

Freshwater 11.2 mi away
#1 of 15 things to do in Freshwater
By the time we reached the Tennyson Monument the views were magnificent - the yachts and ferries in The Solent, the undulating coastline ahead to Dorset and back towards West Sussex, and the rolling countryside de...
The walk to the East ,towards Freshwater bay has outstanding views of the Solent and 'The Back of The Wight' The best way to get there is to drive to the Highdiwn Inn ,then go up the road to the old chalk pit.

Godshill Model Village

Godshill 7.8 mi away
#2 of 10 things to do in Godshill
Stumbled on this attraction whilst visiting Godshill and wow what a little gem - perfectly formed model village and models of most of the attractions in the Isle of Wight it was superb and must have been a real la...
Godshill, a small village but has plenty of quaint souvenir shops,the Model Village is well worth a visit at an entry price of £4.50 for seniors it is worth every penny, AND the car park is free, excellent day out
#1 of 12 things to do in Ventnor
As well as the delights of the lovely donkeys, it was a really pleasant surprise to discover the delicious vegan offerings available in the cafe... sandwich’s, vegan sausage rolls, soya milk and a choice of vegan...
This has happend in just over a year and as I said, they volunteers and staff here are awesome, from Derek and Trish to Elaine who ran the donkey grooming with my 7 year old son, to Lynette in the car park and Cha...
#2 of 19 things to do 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.

St Catherine's Lighthouse

Niton 11.3 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Niton
... you a guided tour of the lighthouse, all the way to the top, which gives excellent views along the South Coast of the Isle of Wight and way out to sea, with great views of passing shipping in the English Channel.
Very well worth a visit to this working lighthouse, entry fee includes a 40 min conducted tour which was very interesting Before you visit it’s worth checking that the lighthouse is open to the public, as sometime...
#2 of 6 things to do in Shanklin
You can detour at the signpost taking you up to the top road where there is a lovely cafe with stunning views plus toilets, then past the car park to drop back down to Devils chimney (fascinating) then onto boardw...
We walked from Shanklin to Ventnor on a weekday in August using the directions provided in an online walking blog for the Isle of Wight though we did modify the route slightly to tailor it to our own requirements...
#1 of 10 things to do in Godshill
Martin’s expert, infectious enthusiasm & knowledgeable guided tour was so good, that we all said we would like to repeat this when we next visit IOW! Really good value for money, interesting & educational!
We had a wonderful time fossil hunting with the original Fossil Man, Martin Simpson, who inspired us all, children and adults alike, with fascinating facts on fossils, ending with the piece de resistance - real di...

Steephill Cove Beach

Ventnor 11.1 mi away
#2 of 12 things to do in Ventnor
Myself and my two grown up sons, we explored the coastal path past the Botanical Gardens all the way along the coast and round to the far side of St Lawrence and walked back via the road route, some amazing views...
... appear that you cannot drive here and so makes it a bit of a hidden gem being off the normal tourist trail (we later found that you can park in the Ventnor Botanical Gardens car park for £5 and visit the cove).

Steve's Beach

Sandown 9.2 mi away
#1 of 13 things to do in Sandown
Comfortable sunbeds deckchairs and even parasols nothings to much trouble and always served with a smile even beach huts available to hire and a lovely golden clean beach - even 2 cafes and toilets here as well .U...
Steve's beach is a must lovely guy always professional nothing is too much trouble, great sun beds, deck chairs, parasols, windbreakers and lovely clean beach huts.

Bembridge Lifeboat Station

Bembridge 11.1 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do 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
took our 3 grandchildren, ages 7. 9 & 13, they loved it, very interesting visit, they asked lots of questions and learned a lot about the lifeboats, they loved seeing the boat close up and learning how it is launc...

Haven Falconry

Ryde 5.1 mi away
#1 of 19 things to do in Ryde
We were greeted by the most magnificent Golden Eagle at the entrance - she was amazing & HUGE!!! Max was fantastic - so knowledgeable about all the beautiful birds but especially Archie the Harris Hawk who we both...
We went to Isle of Wight steam railway and had the chance to watch the fantastic birds of prey display it was mesmerising and so informative we went to both and watched the owls vultures and kites the handlers wer...

Shanklin Theatre

Shanklin 9.7 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Shanklin
... it - this time we saw Best of the West End and Beyond and it was absolutely fantastic show well worth a visit to see The staff are very friendly and the majority we believe are all voluntary workers and if we ...
If you happen to be on the Isle of Wight and enjoy a night at the theatre a must see show "Beyond the West End" at the Shanklin Theatre is for you We saw the show Thursday evening delightful song and dance from mu...

West Wight Alpacas

Wellow 7.1 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Wellow
I cannot express how wonderful this place is! From the beautiful animals which are kept in perfect surroundings and are clearly happy and healthy to the wonderful, knowledgeable and enthusiastic staff and owners.
Also on the farm are chickens, goats and donkeys There is a friendly cafe on site with seating indoors and outdoors and a wonderful little shop selling beautifully made socks, scarfs, gloves, jumpers, hats etc fro...

Yaverland Beach

Sandown 9.4 mi away
#2 of 13 things to do in Sandown
Fantastic sandy beach with stunning views to Culver Cliff and out into Sandown bay.Plenty of beach at both high and low tide and a handy cafe and car park nearby.
Excellent gently shelving dog friendly beach loved by children watch out for dinosaur foot prints and even the occasional dinosaur fossil.
#1 of 2 things to do in Wroxall
The grounds are amazing, its a beautiful, historic house and well worth a visit!
Whilst out driving around the isle on our holiday we stumbled upon a sign saying APPULDURCOMBE HOUSE this way, we drove up to find a free English Heritage site with gardens and parking, we strolled to the house to...
#3 of 12 things to do in Ventnor
Lovely walk to the seafront from the cafe and a lovely cafe for refreshments afterwards!
Very well maintained and a relaxing spot to stroll or simply sit and enjoy the surroundings.

Monkey Haven

Newport 3.2 mi away
#1 of 17 things to do in Newport
A fantastic little place which provides excellent value for money, great educational facts which are presented in a fun, bite-size way, and most importantly where the animals all seem well-loved and happy after so...
Really great little place - plenty to keep our 10 & 8 years olds busy for 3-4 hours, between great animal encounters, the interactive app (downloadable ahead of time to plan your trip) and the banana trail.
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Ryde Beach

Ryde 7.6 mi away
#4 of 19 things to do in Ryde
This is such a lovely beach, always kept clean, nice walks along the promenade with cafes both ends and within the park, there is a wooded area if you want to escape the beach which is good for picnics, always som...
Ryde Beach is amazing best beach on the isle of wight and lovely walk along the seafront plenty of cafes

Rylstone Gardens

Shanklin 9.9 mi away
#4 of 6 things to do in Shanklin
It was delightful here, local people were friendly and chatty, the garden around the Crazy Golf was full of beautiful plants and little notices giving a commentary with good humour.
if you wish to try a real cream tea in Shanklin this is the place sit in the shade or out in the gardens and if lucky see the red squirles or watch and play crazy golf family run cafe so when busy can be a dely bu...

Quarr Abbey

Ryde 4.7 mi away
#6 of 19 things to do in Ryde
The surrounding buildings house a fascinating history and informative video in the information centre, an art gallery with attractive and affordable pictures, gifts and cards, and a book shop.
... and vegetables grown by the monks themselves and if you get a chance to go into the Abbey when the monks are preying and chanting in Latin it is amazing to sit and listen to and all visitors are warmly welcomed.
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Godshill Church

Godshill 7.7 mi away
#3 of 10 things to do in Godshill
The Old Smithy and its gardens, the marvellous chocolate shop which nearly always makes my waist thicker and my wallet thinner, the Cider Barn with all its liquid treats, but for me, it is the wonderful church set...
Godshill church is in a beautiful setting, well worth a visit, very picturesque, but godshill village is a tourist hot spot full of tacky tea rooms.
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Dinosaur Expeditions CIC

Brighstone 9.0 mi away
#2 of 6 things to do in Brighstone
Thank you to Oliver for a wonderful evening at Brook Chine Beach, we enjoyed all the insights into how the dinosaurs inhabited the island, the changing landscapes, seeing the amazing foot prints and now knowing wh...
We visited Isle of Wight during half term with our children and booked a fossil trip with Oliver as my youngest loves dinosaurs and rocks and shells (any kind of treasure!).

Compton Beach

Newport 8.9 mi away
#3 of 17 things to do in Newport
There is a NT car park toilet block and ice cream van on hand and when the waves are right this is also a favourites spot for surfers and those with bodyboards.
A lovely stretch of the Isle of Wight a great beach with a lovely Freshwater Bay nearby by with lovely walks and Tennyson down nearby .

Isle Of Wight Coastal Footpath

Isle of Wight, UK 1.7 mi away
#33 of 169 things to do in Isle of Wight
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Shanklin Beach

Shanklin 9.8 mi away
#3 of 6 things to do in Shanklin
Beautiful clean beach , fantastic fish and chip restaurant big sizes reasonable priced great service,loads for children todo hours of fun , and a few gifts shops really lovely gifts for all ages bought some beauti...
However Shanklin is the perfect place to laze, swim, walk the dog, enjoy brilliant coffee and snacks, play crazy golf.
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Colwell Bay

Freshwater 10.5 mi away
#4 of 15 things to do in Freshwater
Easy walk to Totland Pier Cafe (open all year) and The Waterfront at Totland (excellent for lunch, dinner, ice cream, tea/coffee, cake, and beers, wines and spirits).
Its the lovely sandy beach, the smell of the sea and the great walk along the seaside which makes the experience so good.

Tackt Isle Adventures

St Helens 9.5 mi away
#2 of 3 things to do in St Helens
We paddled out to the Sea Fort then across to the Life Boat station at St Helens with lovely views of the Solent and coast The weather was great which always helps but it would have been great fun anyway.
Me & 6 friends hired bikes to cycle the tracks, everyone was friendly and it was good value for money, they have looaddsss if other water activities


Brading 8.2 mi away
#2 of 8 things to do in Brading
The Oasis is a a treasure trove of unusual gifts for you to buy there is items from all over the world ,it is a good place to stop and have a look around and buy those unusual gifts, there is everything from artif...
Have visited for many years, have a handy cafe, sell many hand made crafted pieces of furniture and quirky gifts from jewellery, signs, figures, fake flowers, cushions, duvets, bedding, photography and more!

Tapnell Farm Park

Yarmouth 8.1 mi away
#2 of 18 things to do in Yarmouth
The Farm Park is a mix of animals ranging from Donkeys, to Highland Cows, Goats, Sheep, Pigs, mearkats, wallabies, rabbits, guinea pigs, and other little creatures (including bugs), soft play, a play barn with act...
Brilliant fun! Trampolines, go carting, animal feeding, petting zoo, face painting, cafe, soft play, golf, fields and so much fun!

St Boniface Old Church

Bonchurch 11.2 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Bonchurch
... walk .....i felt so emotional when i went inside i lit a candle for my mum who died when i was a child .....so remember if you visit the wonderful Isle of Wight find this little church.....anyone can visit .....
Built in memory of boniface who died in 755, very old medieval church is fascinating still has lots of old features and attracts a lot of visitors.