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  1. Add Combley Roman Villa & Modern Times at Robin Hill to your Itinerary

    Combley Roman Villa & Modern Times at Robin Hill

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    Adventure Park / Playground

    NEWPORT

    ROMAN ERA - COMBLEY ROMAN VILLA: The mysteries of our buried roman villa are revealed in this historical exhibition barn at Robin Hill. Combley Roman Villa is a buried farmstead that was originally built after the Roman invasion of Britain in 43AD.…

  2. Add SHIPWRECK CENTRE & Maritime Museum to your Itinerary

    SHIPWRECK CENTRE & Maritime Museum

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    Museum

    ARRETON

    UPDATE: The Shipwreck Centre & Maritime Museum has now opened their doors. Please book your tickets online prior to your visit. 

    Measures have been put in place such as a one-way system throughout the museum and shop, social distancing…

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  1. Add Robin Hill to your Itinerary

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    Robin Hill

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    Adventure Park / Playground

    NEWPORT

    Discover Robin Hill…88 acres of rolling parkland, natural woodland and countryside gardens for exploration, adventure and entertainment. 

    Robin Hill is an exceptional place; a hidden gem on the Isle of Wight. The park is one of the Island’s most…

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  2. Add Amazon World Zoo Park & Soft Play to your Itinerary

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    Amazon World Zoo Park & Soft Play

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    Animal Collection / Zoo

    NEWCHURCH

    Amazon World Zoo Park is the Isle of Wight's largest exotic animal attraction and also explore Monkey Madness the jungle themed soft play area.

  3. Add The Garlic Farm to your Itinerary

    The Garlic Farm

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    Shop / Shopping Centre

    NEWCHURCH

    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!

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  4. Add Newport Golf Club to your Itinerary

    Newport Golf Club

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    Golf Course

    NEWPORT

    Newport Golf club, with its setting on the downs above Newport,the 'capital' of the iow,surrounded by fantastic views to Portsmouth on one side and Southampton on the other ,in between splendid downland vistas to write home about.

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  1. Add Carisbrooke Castle to your Itinerary

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    Carisbrooke Castle

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    Castle / Fort

    NEWPORT

    Visit Carisbrooke Castle and enjoy over 800 years of history!

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  2. Add Monkey Haven to your Itinerary

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    Monkey Haven

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    Animal Collection / Zoo

    NEWPORT

    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.

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  3. Add Isle of Wight Steam Railway to your Itinerary

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    Isle of Wight Steam Railway

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    Steam Railway

    HAVENSTREET

    Inspiring, Surprising and Award-Winning … Equally appealing to adults and families, your visit to The Isle of Wight Steam Railway will charm, engage and captivate, leaving you with some lasting memories of a special day out.

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  4. Add Museum of Island History to your Itinerary

    Museum of Island History

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    Museum

    High Street, NEWPORT

    UPDATE: The museum is currently closed. Please check the website for updated information. 

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    Designed by John Nash and built in 1816, the historic Guildhall is home to the…

  5. Add Shanklin Chine to your Itinerary

    Shanklin Chine

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    Type:

    Historic Site

    SHANKLIN

    Historic gorge with dramatic waterfalls and nature trail.

  6. Add Yaverland Beach to your Itinerary

    Yaverland Beach

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    Type:

    Beach

    Sandown

    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.

  7. Add Lake Beach to your Itinerary

    Lake Beach

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    Beaches

    Sandown

    Lake Beach is located between the popular resort beaches of Sandown and Shanklin, and shares the same gently sloping golden sands and clear swimming waters.

  8. Add Sandown Beach to your Itinerary

    Sandown Beach

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    Beach

    Sandown

    Sandown Beach is one of the Isle of Wight's finest and most recognised beaches, with miles of soft golden sands crowned by Sandown’s pleasure pier.

  9. Add Small Hope Beach to your Itinerary

    Small Hope Beach

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    Type:

    Beach

    Shanklin

    Small Hope Beach sits to the left of the main Shanklin seafront and backs onto a spectacular cliff face.

  10. Add Shanklin Beach to your Itinerary

    Shanklin Beach

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    Type:

    Beach

    Shanklin

    Shanklin Beach is a one of the Isle of Wight’s best known stretches of golden sands, which backs onto a traditional English seafront promenade.

  11. Add Isle of Wight Golfing Breaks to your Itinerary

    Isle of Wight Golfing Breaks

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    Type:

    Sports Activities

    ISLANDWIDE

    Three rounds of golf, two nights bed and breakfast and ferry crossing from just £185.

    COURSES:
    * Freshwater Bay Golf Club
    * Osborne Golf Club
    * Shanklin & Sandown Golf Club

    HOTELS:
    * Royal Hotel
    * The Grange (Shanklin)
    * Premier Inn
    *…

  12. Add St. Mildred's Church - Victoria's Island Trail to your Itinerary

    St. Mildred's Church - Victoria's Island Trail

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    Church / Chapel

    EAST COWES

    Just a short carriage ride from Osborne, St Mildred’s Church, Whippingham was redesigned by Prince Albert, and rebuilt in a style considered to be more suitable for the royal family. The family worshipped at St Mildred’s when in residence at Osborne…

  13. Add Quarr Abbey to your Itinerary

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    Quarr Abbey

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    Type:

    Abbey / Priory

    RYDE

    Quarr Abbey is a working Benedictine monastery and is set in beautiful and peaceful surroundings and can be found just outside of Ryde.

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  14. Add Carisbrooke Castle - Victoria's Island Trail to your Itinerary

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    Carisbrooke Castle - Victoria's Island Trail

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    Type:

    Castle / Fort

    NEWPORT

    A royal prison in the Civil War of 1642 – 1651, part of Carisbrooke was used as a residence by Princess Beatrice from 1912 onwards. After the death of her husband in 1896, she was appointed Governor and lived with her mother Queen Victoria at

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