The Needles Landmark Attraction

The Needles Landmark Attraction

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.

Isle of Wight, Things to do, Blackgang Chine Attraction

Blackgang Chine

Let your imaginations run wild as you explore the enchanting theme lands… Whether you want to be a fairy in your own castle, locking up outlaws in jail or discover a sunken shipwreck, our eclectic…

Isle of Wight, Zoo, Monkey Haven, Things to Do, Meet Your Long Lost Relatives

Monkey Haven

Whooping gibbons, mischievous monkeys, amazing owls and the naughtiest Meerkats ever! Swing by and say hello to the Island's Gold award-winning rescue centre and sanctuary.

Sledge slide at Tapnell Farm Park, Things to Do, Isle of Wight

Tapnell Farm Park

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!

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  1. Add St George Church to your Itinerary

    St George Church

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    Church / Chapel

    ARRETON

    St George, in the parish of Arreton, is one of the most remarkable churches on the Island, possibly the successor to an earlier late Saxon 'mother church'. The west wall is essentially late Saxon and the west part of the chancel is also of early…

  2. Add St Christopher Wall Painting to your Itinerary

    St Christopher Wall Painting

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    Church / Chapel

    SHORWELL

    Over the north door of the church of St Peter in the village of Shorwell, is an elaborate wall painting depicting scenes from the life of St Christopher.

    The saint is shown bearing the Christ Child across a river, but also appears on the left by…

  3. Add St Boniface Old Church to your Itinerary

    St Boniface Old Church

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    Church / Chapel

    BONCHURCH

    St Boniface Old Church, Bonchurch, is one of the few medieval churches in England dedicated to this Saxon monk who died in 755. Originally from Devon, but later based at monastery at Nursling near Southampton, he helped spread Christianity in…

  4. Add St Lawrence Parish Church to your Itinerary

    St Lawrence Parish Church

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    Church / Chapel

    ST LAWRENCE

    This Victorian church was designed by the architect Sir George Gilbert Scott in 1878. The interior has hardly altered since the church was built.

    The stained glass windows are mainly by Morris & Co., and date from about 1873. They were originally…

  5. Add St. Agnes Church to your Itinerary

    St. Agnes Church

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    Type:

    Church / Chapel

    FRESHWATER

    The 1908 church, with thatched roof, wooden bell-turret and apse, is by the architect Isaac Jones. Its simple west elevation, with two small lancet windows flanked by buttresses, contrasts with the picturesque north frontage. Inside the walls are…

  6. Add Shalfleet Tympanum to your Itinerary

    Shalfleet Tympanum

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    Church / Chapel

    SHALFLEET

    The Church of St Michael the Archangel at Shalfleet has a unique sculpted tympanum - the area above a lintel and the arch above it, or within a pediment. The north door is the oldest feature of the church and has been dated to the 12th century. A…

  7. Add Shanklin & Sandown Golf Club to your Itinerary

    Shanklin & Sandown Golf Club

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    Type:

    Golf Course

    LAKE

    This County Championship course is justly recognised for its natural Heathland beauty, spectacular views and challenging qualities.

  8. Add Sir John Oglander's Effigy to your Itinerary

    Sir John Oglander's Effigy

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    Church / Chapel

    BRADING

    The Oglander family were manorial lords at Nunwell from at least the 12th century. Their table tombs and memorials in Brading church are amongst the finest on the Island.

    Sir John Oglander died in 1655 aged 70. His carved wooden effigy is of…

  9. Add Sir Max Aitken Museum to your Itinerary

    Sir Max Aitken Museum

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    Museum

    Cowes

    This magnificent 18th Century, Ratsey and Lapthorn sail maker’s loft, was acquired and restored by Sir Max Aitken in 1947.

  10. Add Sir Robert Holmes Monument to your Itinerary

    Sir Robert Holmes Monument

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    Type:

    Historic Site

    YARMOUTH

    Sir Robert Holmes, an adventurer with a record of overseas exploits, was a prominent local figure; he became Captain (Governor) of the Island in 1668. The present George Hotel in Yarmouth was probably his house at the time of his death in 1692…

  11. Add Sandown Pier to your Itinerary

    Sandown Pier

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    Type:

    Adventure Park / Playground

    SANDOWN

    A whole days fun in one! Lost world adventure golf. Magic Island fantasy and fun. Superbowl, dodgems, snake slide, amusements, cafes, bars and whole lot more.

  12. Add Ryde Superbowl to your Itinerary

    Ryde Superbowl

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    Type:

    Sports Ground

    RYDE

    Ryde Superbowl has 22 lanes of computerised tenpin bowling, fully licensed Pavilion Bar & Grill, state of the art amusements and pool table.

    LaserQuest at Ryde Superbowl – the ultimate sci-fi action adventure game for all ages! We have packages…

  13. Add Ryde Golf Club to your Itinerary

    Ryde Golf Club

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    Type:

    Golf Course

    RYDE

    Members Golf course that welcomes visitors all year round. Food and drink available through out the day.

  14. Add Ryde Pier to your Itinerary

    Ryde Pier

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    Type:

    Pier

    RYDE

    Ryde's pier is the second-longest seaside pier in the country. Only Southend's is longer. The original wooden structure at Ryde opened in 1814. At 1,740 feet, it allowed ferries to berth even at low tide, when the sea retreats half-a-mile from the…

  15. Add Rylstone Tea Gardens and Crazy Golf to your Itinerary

    Rylstone Tea Gardens and Crazy Golf

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    Type:

    Family Fun & Activities

    SHANKLIN

    Old fashioned Tea Gardens and Crazy Golf.

  16. Add Redhouse Spa and Laser Clinic to your Itinerary

    Redhouse Spa and Laser Clinic

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    Type:

    Health & Wellbeing

    NEWPORT

    The Red house spa and Laser clinic has luxury therapeutic treatment rooms for all Elemis Spa therapies, laser treatments, a first class hair salon and dental practice.

  17. Add Round Barrows to your Itinerary

    Round Barrows

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    Historic Site

    BROOK

    Hoards of Bronze Age (2,300 - 700 BC) implements and weapons, and also round barrow cemeteries, have been found throughout the Island. Although many no longer survive, over 300 round barrows have been recorded.

    Round barrows are 'bowl,' 'bell' or…

  18. Add Queen Victoria Memorial to your Itinerary

    Queen Victoria Memorial

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    Historic Site

    NEWPORT

    This elaborate memorial by Percy Stone is in front of the County Club in Newport, close to the corner with High Street. Queen Victoria died in 1901 and the memorial was unveiled two years later.

    Its triangular base, with concave sides, stands on…

  19. Add Queen Victoria's Church (St. Mildred's) to your Itinerary

    Queen Victoria's Church (St. Mildred's)

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    Type:

    Church / Chapel

    EAST COWES

    This is the church used by Queen Victoria when she was in residence at Osborne House.

    The church is run by volunteers and there is a guide on duty in the church. 

    Exhibition located within the Church and Church Centre:

    There is a…

  20. Add Prince Consort Building - Victoria's Island Trail to your Itinerary

    Prince Consort Building - Victoria's Island Trail

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    Special Interest

    RYDE

    Now a private residence, the Prince Consort building was previously known as the Royal Victoria Yacht Club and overlooks the Solent from the western end of the esplanade at Ryde. It was built as a private place for the Queen, because the Royal Yacht…

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