The Isle of Wight is a fantastic place to explore at all times of the year, and during the winter season many of our attractions and activities remain open for you to visit and get involved in during your stay.
Whether you fancy a trip to an animal themed attraction with the kids, want to take in some of the Isle of Wight's iconic views whilst enjoying tea and a cake, or wish to follow in the footsteps of dinosaurs, we have a great range of attractions which are open all year.
Don’t forget the Isle of Wight’s incredible landscapes, coastline and beaches are also open all year round!
Beach and coastal walks prove especially popular in rough weather, as the seas are often spectacular and there are plenty of cosy pubs in which you can “warm your cockles” afterwards.
Whilst the below attractions are open all year round, some do operate shorter opening hours during the winter, and in the event of bad weather some of the outdoor adventure attractions and activities may be forced to close, therefore it is advised to check with them directly before planning your visit with them.
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Designed by John Nash and built in 1816, the historic Guildhall is home to the Museum of Island History.
Discover the Island from pre-historic past to the present day with:
* Touch Screen Computers.
* Hands on Exhibits.
Botanic Garden with Cafe, Restaurant, Rooms available for hire (meetings, conferences, classes and workshops),heritage centre and available daily tours.
This purpose built 500m all weather track adds junior and adult adrenaline action to the Island’s list of must-do’s.
Quarr Abbey is a working Benedictine monastery and is set in beautiful and peaceful surroundings and can be found just outside of Ryde.
Come to the Garlic Farm and indulge all of your senses. Taste all our amazing garlic products from chutneys to popcorn and ice cream. Take a tour of the farm our tractor trailer. Eat in our renowned restaurant. Explore, learn and have fun!
Amazon World Zoo Park is the Isle of Wight's largest exotic animal attraction and is a great day out whatever your age! Walk through jungle rainforests with colourful rare birds flying above you and crocodiles watching you from the pond! See...
Step into Queen Victoria’s favourite country home and experience a world unchanged since the country's longest reigning monarch died here just over 100 years ago.
The Isle of Wight Zoo is a family-run zoo with a special interest in tigers and lemurs.
The Model Railway is an 'all weather' attraction, situated at Fort Victoria near Yarmouth. The layout provides a variety of operations which can be enjoyed by all fascinated by the miniature world of rail. Also a railway model shop.
A spectacular historic Grade 2 listed Mansion House with adjoining Coach House overlooking the sea.
In a spectacular pterosaur shaped building on Sandown’s blue flag beach walk back through fossilised time and meet life sized replica dinosaurs
Ryde Superbowl has 22 lanes of computerised tenpin bowling, fully licensed Pavilion Cafe Bar, state of the art amusements and pool table.
The recently refurbished Pavilion Cafe Bar is open all year round, serving a tempting variety of hot & cold...
UKSA’s waterfront campus in Cowes on the sunny Isle of Wight is the perfect location for residential and non-residential sailing and watersports activities.
Visit Carisbrooke Castle and enjoy over 800 years of history!
Shanklin Theatre has a seating capacity of 615 thanks to our newly installed Matrix Seating System; the theatre opens all year round and is currently running approximately 150 plus shows a year.
JR Zone is the Island's leading indoor adventure play centre, with an exciting three-level play frame, giant slides, ball pools, sky glides, plus dedicated toddler and baby areas. JR Zone cafe serves everything from a light snack to a home cooked mai
The Quay Arts Centre is the Isle of Wight’s leading art gallery and venue for live arts events. It is situated in a converted 19th Century brewery warehouse complex located at the head of the River Medina in the centre of Newport.
The complex was...
Home and workplace of the internationally acclaimed Victorian photographer Julia Margaret Cameron.
Offers all year round riding.
Summer months (May - Sep): Please go to Nodes Point, St. Helens.
Winter months: Please go to the stables off Forelands Field Road in Bembridge.
Beach rides (tides permitting) country lanes and bridle paths...
For three generations Isle of Wight Pearl’s vision has been to design, create and celebrate beautiful pearl jewellery.
Our showroom presents a wonderful collection of precious pieces for you to mark your time on the Isle of Wight.