The most popular places to visit when you are on the Isle of Wight
The Isle of Wight, as well as having some of the most incredible coastlines and countryside is also home to some of the most iconic and historical buildings from our history and heritage and they’re all waiting for you to seek them out!
Below are just a few examples of what the Island has to offer just to whet your inner explorer's appetite!
Affectionately known as the Pepperpot, it stands on one of the highest parts of the Island and is the only medieval lighthouse surviving in England.
Wildheart Animal Sanctuary is based on Sandown Beach, Winner of BBC Countryfile Magazines 2019 Beach of the Year Award, which is on the east coast of the Island. The sanctuary is well known as a centre for rescued big cats, all have come to their forever homes at different stages of their lives and from a variety of backgrounds.
Quarr Abbey is home to a small group of Benedictine monks.
You can visit the church and wander around the grounds to experience the tranquil atmosphere.
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..
The Islands most famous landmark attraction has so much more to enjoy than the stunning views, it is a destination not to be missed.
The range of attractions includes the spectacular chairlift ride, taking you on a journey past the coloured sands cliffs to the beach. Soak up the breathtaking views from the beach and enjoy a paddle in the sea. Or get closer to the Needles by taking a pleasure cruise.
Tapnell Farm & Waterpark
Tapnell Farm is home to the Farm Park, Aqua Park, Football Golf, Archery & Axe Throwing + The Cow Restaurant and Tom's Eco Lodge.