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Isle of Wight Steam Railway

Isle of Wight Steam Railway

A living, breathing railway from Wootton, through Havenstreet & Ashey, to Smallbrook Junction. The locomotives & carriages date from 1864 & have all been painstakingly restored by volunteers.
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The Needles Rocket Testing Station

Needles Rocket Testing Station (National Trust)

In the 1950's & 1960's the engines for Britain's top secret Black Knight space rocket programme were tested on the exposed Needles headland. Click here for more about the Rocket Testing Station. Restricted opening dates. More on the Needles Old Battery...

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Brighstone Village Shop Isle of Wight

Brighstone Village Museum (National Trust)

A delightful row of thatched cottages house the Brighstone museum, depicting village life, and the National Trust shop stocking gifts, cards & locally made items.
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Classic Boat Museum Isle of Wight

Classic Boat Museum

A collection of beautifully restored classic sailing & power boats dating back to the 19th century, including engines, equipment, Boating Memorabilia & a film archive.
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Ferguson Family Museum, Kings Manor Farm, Freshwater, Isle of Wi

Ferguson Family Museum

Opened in 2003 by the grandson of Harry Ferguson, the museum celebrates the life and achievements of Harry Ferguson. It depicts his life and interests in the world of agriculture, aviation and motor racing but he's most famous for his “Little Grey Fergie” tractor. Ferguson Family Museum...

Isle of Wight Bus Museum

Isle of Wight Bus Museum

An impressive collection of buses, coaches & a former Ryde Pier Tram car. There are many items of memorabilia on display including a historic photographic display. Isle of Wight Bus Museum website...

Sir Max Aitken Museum

Sir Max Aitken Museum

A magnificent 18th Century sail maker's loft where Britannia's mainsail was made, the museum features maritime paintings, instruments & yachting artefacts.
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Museum of Island History Isle of Wight

Museum of Island History

Housed in Newport's old Town Hall with its famous Clock Tower. The museum illustrates the Island's history from the time of the dinosaurs to the present day using touch screen computers, microscopes and hands-on exhibits.
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St Catherines Lighthouse, Isle of Wight

St. Catherines Lighthouse

Located at Niton Undercliff, St. Catherine's Lighthouse was built in 1838, lit in March 1840 and automated in 1997. It is open to the public on selected dates when you can get the chance to climb the 94 steps to the lantern house and learn about the fascinating history. Trinity House website...

Quarr Abbey

Quarr Abbey

A working Benedictine monastery, in a beautiful and peaceful setting; Quarr Abbey is home to a community of Benedictine monks who dedicate there life to prayer, contemplation and community life. Quarr Abbey website...

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