With such a wide variety of things to do on the Isle of Wight during your Holiday, you’ll want to come back again and again.
Whilst you won’t be able to fit everything into a single visit, we’ve highlighted some of the great Attractions, Activities and Places To Visit for you to choose from.
If it is new experiences you are looking for, try visiting the Island for one of our fantastic Events or Festivals, such as the annual Isle of Wight Festival Attractions and places to visit are in plentiful supply on the Island, with something to suit everyone.
Get a taste of the Isle of Wight’s history and culture by visiting one of our Museums & Galleries and historic sites.
Possibly the Island's most recognisable landmark is The Needles Rocks and Lighthouse, nearby to which The Needles Landmark Attraction is full of things to
entertain all the family.
At the height of her reign, Queen Victoria and her husband Prince Albert chose the Isle of Wight as their favourite holiday spot. Creating a palatial home at home at Osborne, East Cowes, the royal family spent their holidays visiting attractions, towns and beauty spots across the Isle of Wight.
Go wild at Tapnell Farm Park located close to Yarmouth. Meet the resident animals, spend time enjoying the play barn and get even closer to nature at the farmyard barn.
Alternatively, keep the kids entertained at a fun park like Robin Hill Country Park, by taking a ride on our fantastic steam railway uor by visiting one of our fantastic animal attractions such as the Isle of Wight Zoo.
Look out for some of the famous historic monuments such as St Catherine’s Oratory, Tennyson’s Monument and the Mottistone Longstone, all set on stunning rolling hills.
A visit to the Isle of Wight wouldn’t be complete without visiting some of our famous beaches.
The Island currently has the highest number of award-winning beaches in England, all managed to the highest standards and inspected daily. Many of them allow dogs