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Set sail to Adventure Island with Red Funnel, the Isle of Wight specialist. Enjoy modern onboard facilities, free Wi-Fi and premium in-house food & drink.
At Amazon World you can be introduced to the animals in a keeper talk, walk-through the Lemur and Wallaby enclosures and meet Meerkats.
You'll have a real time travelling experience when you visit Bembridge Windmill, the only surviving windmill on the Isle of Wight.
Filled with an eclectic mix of attractions, magical theme worlds and exciting rides, you'll find adventures around every corner. Let your imagination run wild.
Brading Roman Villa is one of the finest Roman sites in the UK. The award winning Visitor Centre and Museum offers a unique insight into Roman life in Britain.
Is there anyone who doesn’t like butterflies? Huge, beautiful butterflies and moths from around the world fly around you at Butterfly and Fountain World.
As pretty as a postcard and with hours of fun for everyone, you can see how flour is made at Calbourne Water Mill, the last working mill on the Isle of Wight.
When searching for great places to visit, you can't beat a good castle to feel the adventure and soak up the local history.
Walk through a reconstructed landscape as it was 125 million years ago and see life-sized models of the dinosaurs.
Set in a garden full of stunning coarse bonsai trees, you will love this model village of Godshill and Shanklin Old Village and Chine.
The sight of a steam train puffing its way around the countryside is the stuff of romantic memories and brings wonder to adults and kids alike.
Overlooking the sandy beaches of Sandown Bay, this is the Island’s original zoo, where you can meet tigers, lions, jaguars and more.
If you love gardening and visiting established gardens then Mottistone Gardens, with their semi tropical planting, are a must see.
Nestled along a tiny country lane below the Downs near Newchurch, is one of the Isle of Wight’s most famous visitor attractions, The Garlic Farm Café.
A spectacular view of the Needles from a lookout point right at the tip of the cliffs is your reward for trekking the coastal route of Totland Bay to get to the Needles Old Battery.
An exciting chair lift down to the beach, a boat trip to see the Needles and Lighthouse and the cliff-top amusements will make memories you’ll treasure.
The Isle of Wight is lucky to have its own beautiful royal palace - Osborne House. This favourite summer residence of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert
Watch Cherokee the Bald Eagle swoop down from the sky, his white majestic head almost invisible and the tips of his outspread wingspan almost brushing the audience.
The Monkey Haven is full of entertaining primates, inscrutable owls, michevious meerkats and so much more. Be delighted by these rescued, now happy and healthy animals.
A country park with everything - great rides (quarter mile downhill toboggan), amazing falconry displays and adventure play for the whole family.
A walk down the Shanklin Chine after dark when hundreds of different coloured lights illuminate the narrow paths, streams and waterfalls, is a magical journey.
If you want to be immersed in greenery, see plants from all over the world and be amazed by the number of them then Ventnor Botanic Garden is the place to go.
Fountain upon fountain, dancing before you, lit by a rainbow of colourful lights and accompanied by a range of music from classical to pop.
Wouldn’t you love to be a racing car driver for one day? That’s just what you can be at Wight Karting where the whole go karting experience is taken up a notch.
A huge collection of uniforms, rifles and model tanks from across the globe. A heaven for all veterans, vintage lovers and war history buffs!
Dimbola Lodge was the home of the celebrated Victorian photographer Julia Margaret Cameron. It is now a Museum and Gallery dedicated to her life and work.
Tumbling through the netted and cushioned playframe, or shooting down the multi-lane astro slide, your kids will love to play in the indoor adventure playground at JR Zone.
Tapnell Farm has it all: indoor play frame, animals and petting barn, racing track, straw bale play area and a top class restaurant and cool accommodation.
Wight Alpacas is home to a wonderful herd of over 70 unique Suri alpacas and wooly & Suri llamas as well as some cute donkeys, pygmy goats and chickens.
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