Isle of Wight Attractions & Places to Visit

There's a wealth of memory-making places to visit on the Isle of Wight throughout the year. Whether you are interested in the Island's rich heritage, arts & crafts or wildlife or you simply want to have fun with the family, there's no shortage of things to see and do for all ages.

Check out some of the featured attractions below or use the search function to see more of what the Isle of Wight has to offer.

Adgestone

Rumour has it that the Romans produced wine near to Adgestone Vineyard and the south facing chalk downland here certainly produces a good vintage. You can sample the...

  • Dogs allowed
  • Cafe
  • Gift Shop
  • Toilets
  • Bar
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All Saints Church Freshwater

Free Admission

Freshwater

The resting place of Alfred Lord Tennyson’s wife Lady Emily and his sons Hallam and Lionel, Freshwater All Saints Church has an atmospheric and interesting churchyar...

  • Guide Dogs only
  • Accessible by bus
  • Free admission
  • All weather
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Red Squirrels

Free admission

Alverstone

Highland cows graze upon it, wildfowl swim through it and there are hosts of squirrels in the trees around Alverstone Mead. This 30 acre nature reserve is beautifull...

  • Disabled friendly
  • Accessible by bus
  • Free admission
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Amazon World Zoo Park IoW - Parrot

Tickets

Newchurch

Everyone loves to visit a zoo, especially if you can get up close and personal with the friendlier animals. At Amazon World you can be introduced to the animals in a...

  • Disabled friendly
  • Car parking
  • Cafe
  • Gift Shop
  • Toilets
  • Accessible by bus
  • Coaches welcome
  • All weather

Price from £9.85

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Newport

The Apollo Theatre interior Apollo Theatre is a member of the Little Theatre Guild of Great Britain (LTG). The little Georgian building is a former Methodist chapel...

  • Disabled friendly
  • Toilets
  • Accessible by bus
  • All weather
  • Bar
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Appuldurcombe House

Free admission

Wroxall

Begun in the early 18th century as the seat of the Worsley family, Appuldurcombe was once the grandest house on the Isle of Wight. Appuldurcombe was a masterpiece of...

  • Dogs allowed
  • Car parking
  • Gift Shop
  • Toilets
  • Accessible by bus
  • Outdoor Picnic Area
  • Free admission
  • English Heritage
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Arreton Barns Isle of Wight

Free admission

Arreton

You could move into Arreton Barns Craft Village: there’s a fab farm shop, Farmer Jacks, you can buy tasteful homeware items in The Corn Exchange and there’s a great...

  • Dogs allowed
  • Car parking
  • Gift Shop
  • Toilets
  • Accessible by bus
  • Free admission
  • Restaurant
  • All weather
  • Bar
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Bembridge

You'll have a real time travelling experience when you visit Bembridge Windmill, the only surviving windmill on the Isle of Wight. Fully restored after being given t...

  • Dogs allowed
  • Car parking
  • Cafe
  • Gift Shop
  • Accessible by bus
  • Outdoor Picnic Area
  • Education packs
  • National Trust
  • Special Events
  • Guided tours/walks
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Blackgang

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 fighti...

  • Dogs allowed
  • Disabled friendly
  • Car parking
  • Cafe
  • Baby changing
  • Gift Shop
  • Toilets
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Accessible by bus
  • Outdoor Picnic Area
  • Coaches welcome
  • Special Events
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Brading Marshes

Free Admission

Brading

Reversing the drainage of Brading Marshes has been the key to providing the environment needed to encourage birds back to this expansive bird reserve – the RSPB's fi...

  • Dogs allowed
  • Car parking
  • Free admission
  • Special Events
  • RSPB
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