St Catherine's Lighthouse
Enjoy a panoramic vista in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Isle of Wight Literary Festival
The Isle of Wight Literary Festival, sponsored by Red Funnel, is a wonderful opportunity for book-lovers of every genre to come together and celebrate the spoken and written word.
Dinosaur Isle, Sandown
Situation a stone’s throw from Sandown seafront, Dinosaur Isle is Britain's first purpose built dinosaur attraction. Built in 2001 with help from the Millennium grant commission, this modern building has been designed to be reminiscent of a flying Pterosaur.
Brading Roman Villa
A visit Brading Roman Villa, located on the outskirts of Brading village makes for an interesting day out for all the family.
Walk the Fort, St Helens & Bembridge
Once a year, on a summer day in August during the spring tide, a whisper will travel around the villages of Bembridge, St Helens and Seaview that the Fort Walk is on!
Ventnor Botanic Gardens
Ventnor Botanic Gardens are located in the unique microclimate of The Undercliff, and boasts a subtropical and exotic plant collection unrivalled elsewhere in the UK. Plants which would normally be found in protected glasshouses thrive and naturalise in geographical plantings based on the Mediterranean zones of the world.
Isle of Wight Fossil Hunting
The Isle of Wight may be a relatively small Island but when it comes to fossil collecting, it is widely regarded as the best hunting ground in Europe for dinosaur fossils!
Goodleaf Tree Climbing
Appley Beach and Park are one of the most popular recreational area’s for tourists and locals in the Ryde and Seaview area. A fantastic addition to this area is the award winning Goodleaf Tree Climbing company.
Fabulous Cycling on the Isle of Wight
The Isle of Wight has over 200 miles of well-maintained and signposted cycle tracks, byways and bridleways and has been described by the Lonely Planet guide as having some of the best Cycling routes in the world.