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Carisbrooke Castle

Newport 4.7 mi away
#1 of 5 Museums in Newport
A great English Heritage site and a stunning location.The views of the island from the great tower are fantastic but you need to be reasonably fit and agile to make the steep steps leading up to it.The museum was...
Lovely place with lots of history - amusing video summarizing the castles history "narrated" by Jupiter the donkey (my kids loved it) lots of English Heritage events throughout the year.
#2 of 2 Museums in Brighstone
We learnt so much about the history of the village and it's Three Bishops, the lifeboat and the houses around the village, two of which we have actually stayed in.
ideal if you need to find out about the history of the local area, whether your relatives or close family had connections with the local area.

Dimbola Museum & Galleries

Freshwater 5.7 mi away
#1 of 3 Museums in Freshwater
love this museum which tells history of Julia Margaret Cameron and shows her amazing photographs- and the the tearooms are a delight with generous filled sandwiches and pots of good tea all just what is needed aft...
Love this place, gift shop museum and quaint tea room Good cakes and lunches Views to the sea If you have an interest in photography plenty of old original Victorian cameras on show Julia Cameron the Victorian pio...
#1 of 1 Museums in Calbourne
So peaceful and relaxing, the museums are a little gem and feeding the birds was delightful.
The Lego tables in the cafe are a great idea and the food is freshly made with hearty portions.

Newport Roman Villa

Newport 5.7 mi away
#2 of 5 Museums in Newport
We had fun completing the quiz and after going through the villa and gardens spent time making mosaics, weaving, building arches and playing with the play food etc.
Well worth a visit for a fascinating insight into the island's Roman history.
#1 of 2 Museums in Arreton
It is a very impressive collection of UK shipwreck items including early days diving gear, ships boiler plates, ships bells, navigation lights, ships instruments, lifeboat relics and much more.
We went into the maritime museum which was interesting if you take the time to read all the information available the volunteers there were knowledgeable and polite watch the dvd it is very interesting lots of thi...