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  1. Add Wayside Herbs - Herb Garden, Country Crafts and Museum to your Itinerary

    Wayside Herbs - Herb Garden, Country Crafts and Museum

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    Herb Garden

    YAFFORD

    Wayside Herbs is a hidden treasure in rural West Wight, hosting 3 attractions in one, with interest for all the family. They are a celebration of our history of plants and the uses humans have put them to over 20,000 years!

  2. Add St Christopher Wall Painting to your Itinerary

    St Christopher Wall Painting

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    Type:

    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…

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  1. Add Blackgang Chine to your Itinerary

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    Blackgang Chine

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    Type:

    Adventure Park / Playground

    CHALE

    Lose yourself in the Land of Imagination at Blackgang Chine…the UK’s oldest amusement park where you step out of the everyday and into a magical world where the only constraint is your own creativity. 

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  2. 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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  3. Add Brook Beach to your Itinerary

    Brook Beach

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    Type:

    Beach

    Newport

    Brook Beach can be found on the unspoiled south west coast of the Isle of Wight, and is a beach made up of golden sands adjacent to the popular Compton Bay.

  4. Add Isle of Wight Pearl to your Itinerary

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    Isle of Wight Pearl

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    Shop / Shopping Centre

    BRIGHSTONE

    'Providing a superior shopping experience'

    We’re proud to present the most exciting collection of pearl jewellery for your delectation and delight from our world of wonderful.

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  5. Add Godshill Model Village to your Itinerary

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    Godshill Model Village

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    Model / Miniature Village

    GODSHILL

    This beautiful Model Village is set in nearly two acres of gorgeous landscaped gardens, a real retro find. A quintessentially English visitor attraction! Something for the gardeners and dreamers amongst us.

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  6. Add Blackgang Chine - Victoria's Island Trail to your Itinerary

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    Blackgang Chine - Victoria's Island Trail

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    Type:

    Adventure Park / Playground

    CHALE

    Blackgang Chine received the royal seal of approval when Queen Victoria visited in August 1853 to see the skeleton of the whale that had washed up near the Needles – it was Blackgang Chine’s very first attraction which is still on view today.

  7. 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

  8. Add Isle of Wight Guided Tours to your Itinerary

    Isle of Wight Guided Tours

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    Special Interest

    VARIOUS

    UPDATE: Isle of Wight Guided Tours are open and continue to be through Winter into 2021. Social distancing and protective measures in place. Please contact Isle of Wight Guided Tours directly to discuss these measures and to book a tour.

    Awards

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  9. Add Carisbrooke Castle Museum to your Itinerary

    Carisbrooke Castle Museum

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    Type:

    Museum

    NEWPORT

    Carisbrooke Castle Museum is the only public museum in the UK founded by a member of the Royal family.

  10. Add Calbourne Water Mill to your Itinerary

    Calbourne Water Mill

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    Type:

    Water Mill

    CALBOURNE

    Calbourne Water Mill, one of oldest working water mills in the country.

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  11. Add Mottistone Gardens to your Itinerary

    Mottistone Gardens

    Type

    Type:

    Garden

    Mottistone

    Mottistone Gardens, which is in the care of the National Trust, is one of the most peaceful and magical gardens on the Island with colourful borders, shrub filled banks and grassy terraces which surround an Elizabethan manor house (tenanted).

  12. Add Tregear Pottery to your Itinerary

    Tregear Pottery

    Type

    Type:

    Craft Workshop

    NITON

    Tregear Pottery is an award winning pottery studio situated in the picturesque village of Niton, on the South Coast of the Island.

  13. Add North Street, Brighstone - Village Library & Museum to your Itinerary

    North Street, Brighstone - Village Library & Museum

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    Type:

    Historic Site

    BRIGHSTONE

    The picturesque thatched vernacular and much photographed Grade II listed cottages owned by the National Trust in North Street include the Community Library and a free museum.

  14. Add St Mary's Church to your Itinerary

    St Mary's Church

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    Type:

    Church / Chapel

    CARISBROOKE

    The village of Carisbrooke has a dominant church at the upper end of a long main street.

    The early parish was large. It is known there was an important Saxon church, but its site is uncertain. This church and six others on the Island were granted…

  15. Add St Mary and St Rhadegund Chapels to your Itinerary

    St Mary and St Rhadegund Chapels

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    Type:

    Church / Chapel

    WHITWELL

    The church in Whitwell was really two chapels side by side. Each related to a different manor and parish. The earlier was St Rhadegund, built in the 12th century; the smaller St Mary was added to the south by around 1200. The arcade separating the…

  16. Add St Catherine's Oratory - The Pepperpot to your Itinerary

    St Catherine's Oratory - The Pepperpot

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    Type:

    Tower

    CHALE

    The tall, octagonal tower, the shell of a medieval lighthouse, was built in 1314 as a penance for stealing wine from a merchant ship that ran aground on the treacherous rocks of Atherfield Ledge.

    The cargo of 174 casks, from Edward II's Duchy of…

  17. Add The Long Stone to your Itinerary

    The Long Stone

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    Type:

    Historic Site

    MOTTISTONE

    Legend has it that St Catherine and the Devil had a contest to see who should control the Isle of Wight. The Long Stone’s tall iron sandstone pillar was supposedly thrown by St Catherine from the Down to the east which bears her name.

    At over 4m…

  18. Add The Unknown Knight to your Itinerary

    The Unknown Knight

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    Type:

    Church / Chapel

    GATCOMBE

    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…

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