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#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...

Tennyson Down

Freshwater 4.4 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.
#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...

Monkey Haven

Newport 8.1 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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Dinosaur Expeditions CIC

Brighstone 2.8 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 2.2 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 .

Colwell Bay

Freshwater 3.9 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.

Tapnell Farm Park

Yarmouth 1.2 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!
#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 !
We had a wonderful experience and got to see the Isle of Wight in a new and beautiful way, with some fantastic spooky caves and rugged cliffs.

The Needles Battery

Totland 6.0 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

Hill Farm Stables

Freshwater 3.3 mi away
#2 of 15 things to do in Freshwater
Another Fantastic canter hack, the most amazing views and horses, Jess and Co always so welcoming and friendly, cant wait till the next time would highly recommend!
As a novice rider returning after about 15yrs, everyone has been patient & encouraging, making sure I've been well matched to each horse/pony, keeping me safe but challenging me at the same time.

Alum Bay Glass

Totland 5.4 mi away
#2 of 5 things to do in Totland
beautiful glass at very affordable prices, superbly made and great colour range.
... 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 next day) and there are several pretty glass items and gifts to be bought.

Mottistone Gardens

Brighstone 2.8 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...
Talking of the tea garden, we enjoyed a lovely choice of beverages and cakes served by a charming young lady, the perfect end to a delightful visit.
#1 of 4 things to do in Newtown
We enjoyed our walk around the Nature Reserve and particularly the visit to the bird hide which was made all the more engaging by the presence of the knowledgeable ranger.
The harbour walk is delightful, taking in the history of Newtown, but also offering the opportunity for birdwatching from the excellent hide.

Dimbola Museum & Galleries

Freshwater 3.2 mi away
#5 of 15 things to do in Freshwater
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...
Once inside what a wonderful surprise, it is packed with interesting items, from the Stunning portrait photographs from Julia Margaret Cameron, to Isle of Wight festival exhibits.

St Agnes Church

Freshwater 3.2 mi away
#7 of 15 things to do in Freshwater
Lovely little gem

Fort Victoria Country Park

Freshwater 3.3 mi away
#8 of 15 things to do in Freshwater
fort victoria is set in a fantastic place steeped in history and in a fantastic setting with some good attraction like the modal railway it has a fantastic cafe and there are woodland walks i would how ever avoid...
The car park is free and if you walk around the fort to the left of the (clean) loos you come to a large open space with excellent views of Hurst Castle and the Solent.

Farringford Estate

Freshwater 3.4 mi away
#6 of 15 things to do in Freshwater
... greatest poets for a few precious hours), this beautifully restored house and gardens - complete with guides who are as passionate about the great man as the woman responsible for gifting us back this treasure!
The Walled Garden has also been restored and is now a wonderful tranquil place for a quiet stroll and reflection, and again the gardeners are friendly and informative.

Isle of Wight Reptilarium

Yarmouth 3.4 mi away
#9 of 18 things to do in Yarmouth
Lots of really interesting reptiles on display in immaculate well scaped habitats and a very unusual nocturnal room where torches are provided to see all of the inhabitants.
We have visited the Isle of Wight several times and have lots of favourites to visit, we wondered if we could find some new places to.visit, we saw Fort Victoria and called.in,

Fort Victoria Model Railway

Yarmouth 3.3 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.

The Archaeology Discovery Centre

Freshwater 3.4 mi away
#9 of 15 things to do in Freshwater
We took our grandson to this hidden gem of a place at Fort Victoria in Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight and was pleasantly surprised at the amazing exhibits Owen with his enthusiasm made our grandsons visit even more...
The owner is hugely enthusiastic and knowledgeable and can tell great stories which bring the history of the island and its waters to life - you and your children will really enjoy them!

Yarmouth Castle

Yarmouth 2.5 mi away
#7 of 18 things to do in Yarmouth
We visited this castle on a rainy day and had the place to ourselves, it's only small but a little gem with great views.
Entrance hidden up a a lane yards from the ferry terminal, lovely views of the channel and right next to the ferries coming and going

Island Gems

Godshill 2.8 mi away
#5 of 10 things to do in Godshill
My son made us visit the Island Gems shop EVERY DAY of our little holiday, he is obsessed now more that ever with fossils and gem stones.
We all learnt much more about the history of dinosaurs on the Isle of Wight and we are already looking at returning next year for our holiday and will definitely be booking again.

Newtown Old Town Hall

Newtown 2.6 mi away
#4 of 4 things to do in Newtown

Island Planetarium

Yarmouth 3.3 mi away
#14 of 18 things to do in Yarmouth
Do visit and have a chat while you're there - if you love the quirkiness of the Isle of Wight, you'll love the planetarium.
No! But that is not a criticism; indeed it is a great place run by very knowledgeable staff who are very keen to impart their knowledge.