How would you spend your perfect day out?
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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Set in Over 40 acres of spectacular cliff-top gardens - you will find a magical mix of fantasy, legend and heritage!
With free unlimited return visits over 7 days, award-winning Robin Hill definitely qualifies as one of the Island’s favourite country attractions. The park has rides, adventure play, falconry and gardens for the whole family to enjoy.
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...
Tapnell Farm is the newest family attraction on the Isle of Wight, located near to Yarmouth in West Wight, and offers visitors a fantastic range of options to Eat, Shop, Play and Stay!
Near Calbourne, YARMOUTH
Visit our working studio at Chessell Pottery Barns where you can have a go at painting your own hand made English pottery.
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.
A Tudor Castle in a beautiful seaside town.
Visit Carisbrooke Castle and enjoy over 800 years of history!
Historic gorge with dramatic waterfalls and nature trail.
Home and workplace of the internationally acclaimed Victorian photographer Julia Margaret Cameron.
The Isle of Wight Zoo is a family-run zoo with a special interest in tigers and lemurs.
Waterside Pool is a community run swimming pool, offering casual swimming, lane swimming, water workout, swimming lessons, rookie lifeguards, squad swimming and underwater hockey.
NEW FOR 2014 - Restricted Area 5.
Enter through the gates of ‘Restricted Area 5’ at your own risk! Marvel at the gargantuan scale of the new life-size moving dinosaurs and encounter the most realistic experience since time began. The journey...
ROMAN ERA - COMBLEY ROMAN VILLA:
The mysteries of our buried roman villa are revealed in this historical new exhibition barn at Robin Hill.
Combley Roman Villa is a buried farmstead that was originally built after the Roman invasion of Britain...
This magnificent 18th Century, Ratsey and Lapthorn sail maker’s loft, was acquired and restored by Sir Max Aitken in 1947.
Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty overlooking The Needles Rocks and Lighthouse, there's breathtaking scenery and a spectacular chairlift past amazing coloured sand cliffs.
High Street, NEWPORT
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.
This ancient building is the only remaining evidence of the former importance of Newtown.
Educational school visits available but must be pre-booked and have NT guide. Special charge applies. Please contact property for details.
On the edge of Newport town centre, the remains of this Roman farmhouse are well worth discovering. The villa has one of the finest bath suites in southern England and there are hands on activities for all of the family.