Isle of Wight Attractions

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Waltzing Waters

Waltzing Waters

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One of the Islands most popular attractions, tons of water explode in the air........Illuminated by rainbows of colours.......Alive and dancing with music!

The Model Village

The Model Village

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Welcome to Godshill’s secret garden. We’ve hidden our little treasure behind a high, stone wall to retain its special charm. Our beautiful garden is home to 2 churches, 4 pubs, an airfield, a railway, 3 hot air balloons, an airship, with thousands of carefully shaped ornamental conifers and shrubs … plus countless little Islanders going about their daily lives.

Monkey Haven

Monkey Haven

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Welcome to Monkey Haven; the Isle of Wight's multi-award winning animal attraction with full charitable status!

The Garlic Farm

The Garlic Farm

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The Garlic Farm's renowned shop and restaurant make for a unique and memorable visit. Learn about the history and origins of the farm in the Heritage centre.

The Needles Old and New Battery

The Needles Old and New Battery

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The Needles Old Battery overlooks the famous Needles rocks and lighthouse. Look around the tunnels and learn about the Battery’s history and connections to the Second World War.

Butterfly World

Butterfly World

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One of the Islands leading tourist attractions, you have the opportunity to learn more about our Butterflies, visit the Italian & Japanese gardens, Koi ponds, fountains, jumping jets, cafe, Medina garden centre & more!

Cineworld

Cineworld

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Multiplex Cinema showing 10 or more films on any given day. Seats bookable in advance.

Classic Boat Museum

Classic Boat Museum

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The Classic Boat Museum is situated on the Quay at Newport, Isle of Wight. The Museum opened in 1996, and currently houses an exciting collection of sailing and power boats, of both local and national interest and importance.

Calbourne Water Mill

Calbourne Water Mill

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The only working Water Mill on the Isle of Wight.
Set in 35 acres of stunning rural landscape, Calbourne Water Mill contains one of the oldest working water mills in the country, dating back to the Domesday Book.

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