Maybe you want family fun and adventure for the kids?
You may also want to visit one of our many amazing restaurants which only use local produce from the island.
We also have a range of great animal attractions, where you can get up close and personal with penguins, meerkats and many others.
There are also many traditional seaside amusements offering a wide range of entertainment.
Many of the Isle of Wight attractions are open all year round meaning there are lots of things to do in all seasons.
There are so many different places to go, and so much variety that we couldn’t possibly list them all on one page!
That’s why we’ve broken it all down into easy to navigate sections, and also given you a handy search tool below so you can discover things that you like to do and see.
No matter what your age or interests, there are things to do for everyone when it comes to Isle of Wight attractions!
In order to get the best out of your stay on the Isle of Wight and in order for you to experience as many attractions as possible, it is advised to book some accommodation.
We are proud to offer a wide range of accommodation that is suitable for all requirements, whether that be specific types of hotels, bed and breakfasts, holiday cottages, caravan parks or camping facilities, you can rest assured we have everything here for you to enjoy your stay on the island.
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Yaverland Beach is one of the Isle of Wight’s best beaches, providing a long stretch of sand and great swimming waters for children and families.
The Quay, YARMOUTH
Yachting destination and mainland transport link
A Tudor Castle in a beautiful seaside town.
This purpose built 500m all weather track adds junior and adult adrenaline action to the Island’s list of must-do’s.
Welcome to West Wight where What Knot Crafts provides a variety of decorative and functional items using different techniques including knotting and macramé, using mediums such as driftwood, rope, cord and braid.
Westridge Golf Centre is the No1 place on the Isle of Wight to get into golf.
Swimming pools, sports hall, gym, cafe. 50 adult fitness classes every week. Childrens activities including school holiday sports taster sessions.
Walk round our beautiful garden and see more than 60 different plants used traditionally for flavouring, medicine, or household tasks.
Look for the children’s trail, find cast of dinosaur footprint and herbs from Harry Potter.
Waterside Pool is next to the boating lake and the beach in Ryde. We are open all year and have activities for all ages and abilities, from casual swimming to water workout classes and swimming lessons.
WIGHT IN BLOOM 2015 AWARD - HIGHLY COMMENDED (BEST COMMUNITY FLORAL PROJECT).
Visit the site to view the war memorial and the gardens located in the village of Bembridge. The War Memorial Gardens is located at the junction of the High Street and...
The world's most elaborate water, light and music production. "Its like nothing you've ever seen before"...a triumph of artistry and engineering. Visitors are overwhelmed by thousands of dazzling patterns of moving water synchronised with music in...
WIGHT IN BLOOM 2015 AWARD - JOINT 2ND PLACE (BEST TOURIST ATTRACTION GARDEN - LARGE).
Ventnor Botanic Garden lies at the heart of a remarkable microclimate on the south coast of the Isle of Wight. Protected by the chalk downs of the Ventnor...
Ventnor beach is the southernmost holiday beach on the Isle of Wight and is well-loved by locals and visitors alike.
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.
Trinity Theatre is owned by one of the oldest amateur dramatic societies in Britain.
Totland Bay is a picturesque sandy beach, ideal for swimming, with clear turquoise waters and far reaching views to the mainland.
The museum holds an interesting mix of tanks, artifacts, other vehicles, small arms and a range of uniforms from the 1940’s to the present day.
An unusual wooden effigy to an unknown knight can be found in the medieval church at Gatcombe. It sits in a recess in the chancel and depicts a knight with crossed legs and a dog at his feet, as was the style in the 14th century. However, some of...
A spectacularly sited, cliff top fort overlooking The Needles Rocks, in the care of the National Trust.
* Victorian coastal defence
* Spectacularly sited cliff top fort with the best views of The Needles Rocks.
* Regularly updated exhibitions and displays.
* Intriguing history brought to life comic-book style.
* Memorabilia from World War II.