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#1 of 2 things to do in Brook
The children enjoyed painting the pottery and I enjoyed the delicious tea and cakes.
This is a beautiful place to visit - sofas infant of log burner, another log burner in another room, lovely garden and gallery.
#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!
Brilliant couple of hours with a passionate paleontologist!! Completed the group tour last year with Flick (Felicity) and that was fabulous but decided to do something extra special and so booked the "Private" ver...

Monkey Haven

Newport 8.9 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...
We both enjoyed our visit very easy to round plenty of seating and very informative talks on all the animals the only negative is the bus stops coming from Newport is easy but the number 9 bus stop needs to be loo...
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Godshill Model Village

Godshill 8.7 mi away
#2 of 10 things to do in Godshill
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
great place to visit for a couple of hours, the attention to detail was just amazing and the very friendly gardener was very informative about all the plants well worth the visit and would go there again.

Haven Falconry

Ryde 11.5 mi away
#1 of 19 things to do in Ryde
Saw these last week at the steam railway showground Excellent display and a very informative commentary Lovely to see the birds flying and so well looked and cared for Harris hawk Vulture barn owl and black kites...
Watching the display was one of the highlights of the day, the birds were flying very close to the audience, excellent commentary, with staff who we're willing share a great deal of information about the birds on...
#1 of 12 things to do in Ventnor
Free entry, good parking, lovely cafe, lovely caring staff, lovely open areas for all the animals loved the fact that each animal has a name and a short history of their previous life, very relaxing afternoon and...
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...

Tapnell Farm Park

Yarmouth 2.1 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...
The kids loved the go karts, the zip wires, the play barn, the bobsled and the bouncy castles (brilliant as they have 1 for young kids and 1 for older) We bottle fed lambs and hugged wallabies and ohh'ed and ah'ed...

West Wight Alpacas

Wellow 2.8 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.
... 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 from alpacas yarn which is spun by a member of staff.

Hill Farm Stables

Freshwater 4.3 mi away
#2 of 15 things to do in Freshwater
Beautiful lanes and countryside riding with well groomed horses,cute welcome by the pack of dogs and it's a great experience for beginners ,yes we got friendly company from Hill farm stables..we had 60 mins ride.....
Jess led the ride and was engaging and informative throughout - helping my daughter rise to the trot, giving her lots of top tips and advice.

Isle of Wight Steam Railway

Wootton 10.9 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Wootton
What a lovely experience bringing Memories back for Mum who is 85 a group of 16 of us including Children Grandchildren celebrating Mums 85th Birthday We loved every minute of the time spent on the train singing al...
Excellent value for money, 1940's characters, scenes and vehicles both civilian and military, steam trains and entry to the Birds of Prey centre all in the price!

Steephill Cove Beach

Ventnor 10.9 mi away
#2 of 12 things to do in Ventnor
... 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).
The steep hill cafe offers a lovely selection of snacks and light meals along with lovely homemade cakes and gifts

Dinosaur Expeditions CIC

Brighstone 0.6 mi away
#2 of 6 things to do in Brighstone
We did our tour on Brook Chine, beautiful beach with surprising amount of things to find and of course the wonderful if slightly hard to believe "dinosaur footprints" Two hours maybe a little long for the younger...
Would recommend this really interesting trip to any visitors - good value for money and we then spent another hour on the beautiful beach continuing our hunt.
#3 of 15 things to do in Freshwater
In the afternoon Kayaking was great fun and we enjoyed exploring around the coves - again we were very well looked after and all enjoyed a great trip This is a must do trip for families on IOW !
A wonderful day out for the children aged 9 and 11! Plenty to do and a lovely pub/restaurant “The Cow” - overall very impressed!

Carisbrooke Castle

Newport 6.5 mi away
#2 of 17 things to do in Newport
We went twice we loved it that much it’s Fantastic maintained lovely kept was lots to explore highly recommend we also visited Osborne house but we preferred here, fantastic views I have a 17 year old and a 9 year...
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.

Alum Bay Glass

Totland 5.2 mi away
#2 of 5 things to do in Totland
It is a very good and entertaining attraction to do as you just watch people making making glass jars and vases and ornaments, it’s very good and you can buy the glass in the shop for a reasonable price!
The children had a go at filling an ornament (map of the island) with coloured sand, we watched the glass blowers in action and purchased a beautiful vase after watching it being made (we had to pick it up the nex...

Compton Beach

Newport 1.5 mi away
#3 of 17 things to do in Newport
... if you are visiting the island and looking for something slightly different from the usual tourist areas (particularly if you are heading west along the ‘Military Road’), then it is certainly worth a visit here.
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.

Colwell Bay

Freshwater 4.7 mi away
#4 of 15 things to do in Freshwater
The views are stunning and you can see Swanage and Old Harry Rocks and Pool Harbour in the distance and also Hurst Castle on the mainland to the north.
A lovely cafe serving hot food all day (the breakfast was to die for!!) - There is a pub (open during the week from 5pm) and a lovely bar / restaurant (The Hut) serving a more up market menu and cocktails from 11a...

Tennyson Down

Freshwater 4.1 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.

The Garlic Farm

Newchurch 10.5 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Newchurch
We love garlic , so a trip to the garlic farm was well overdue...it's a great place to visit with plenty of hands on experiences for adults and children, such interesting family history about the garlic farm and i...
The tractor ride was most entertaining, the shop really comprehensive, the museum very interesting and informative and the cafe a good place to sit and relax.

The Needles Battery

Totland 5.6 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Totland
Walked up from the car park near the amusements area in thick mist, rewarded with amazing calm sea and blue sky a great vantage point with views of the needles landmark by the time we arrived at The Battery, as th...
Can use breeze bus service to get you up to the top otherwise a lovely long walk to top site of old missile test site unique for the UK fascinating old for wonderful views over the solent national trust

Blackgang Chine

Ventnor 7.5 mi away
#5 of 12 things to do in Ventnor
... price so much to see and do for a 4 and 7 year old l think they liked Cowboy Town best but enjoyed the whole day nice cafe with good choices but you can take a picnic very helpful staff and big shop for souvenirs
I love seeing how he changes back to being childlike when he is in the Cowboy Town! Myself and my mum also love it for the diverse range of activities (some quite random!!) and the gorgeous clifftop setting.

Osborne House

East Cowes 10.2 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in East Cowes
Excellent house to visit well worth the money lots to see and do House interesting well presented Guides well informed and polite Gardens well maintained and excellent Swiss Cottage interesting Good walks availabl...
I just love this gorgeous Victorian ‘summer house’ the friendliest national trust staff and extremely knowledgeable guides There’s plenty for ‘advancing ages’ and young upstarts...! A visit to Victoria’s beach is...
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#1 of 12 things to do in Cowes
You could easily spend a long afternoon here, there's lots to see, and we highly recommend the Full English Breakfast in the cafe - excellent value for money and well presented!
For a £1 donation you could sit in the drivers seat of one of the tanks.. Overall a lovely bunch of people and amazing exhibits.. Would definitely visit again.. Highly recommended Thank you
#2 of 7 things to do in Arreton
We spent a good two hours looking through the museum and reading all the information on display, the children also liked filling out the quiz and finding the clues around the building, they also enjoyed the gift s...
A cool little gift shop too for all your souvenirs.

Mottistone Gardens

Brighstone 1.0 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Brighstone
What an amazing garden, well worth a visit, fantastic double herbaccous border, an organic kitchen garden & a beautiful rose garden.Its dog friendly, we enjoyed our visit, had a good walk around everywhere.Highly...
As a family who are National Trust members we visited on a very hot day but still very much enjoyed walking around the gardens with wonderful flowers as all drought tolerant and equally managed to find shade too.

Newport Roman Villa

Newport 7.5 mi away
#4 of 17 things to do in Newport
There are generous work areas aimed to encourage the younger generation/school children to experience the building and artistic skills that the Romans showed while they occupied a vast area of England in those ear...
There in the middle of a residential street, the amazing remains of a Roman villa

Arreton Barns

Arreton 9.1 mi away
#1 of 7 things to do in Arreton
A great insight to local craft businesses from the wood Turner, glass sculpture, glass blowers, maritime museum, through to local tricket gift shops and a quick look around the Normandy Church - a lovely way to wh...
There are lots of little artisan boutiques and you can watch glass being blown and there's a farm shop, a gift shop with a wood work room upstairs where a guy makes amazing furniture, a leather workshop and so muc...

Fort Victoria Model Railway

Yarmouth 4.9 mi away
#8 of 18 things to do in Yarmouth
... see and it was really good that there was a quiz, so you really had to look hard to find the models on the list - we did quite well and only missed 2! This is a great place to visit and the layout is brilliant.
The enthusiasts who run it are extremely knowledgeable and friendly and there is a checklist of things to find so it's great fun for the children.

Isle of Wight Reptilarium

Yarmouth 4.9 mi away
#9 of 18 things to do in Yarmouth
Lou & Neil have taken the old aquarium at Fort Victoria and turned it into a sanctuary for rescued and rehomes turtles and terrapins, along with an excellent reptile encounter.
The children loved searching for the fossils and enjoyed the nocturnal area peering in the vivs with torchs.
#1 of 4 things to do in Newtown
It's well worth a visit - 2 hours at most. Park in the NT visitor centre, and gently walk through a pleasant village, hedgerows to the waters edge and nature reserve.
Beautifully kept as only the National Trust can do, with lots of enticing paths and spectacular views everywhere.