The Needles

The Needles

Probably the most iconic view of the Isle of Wight, The Needles are a picture postcard perfect setting. Standing 30 metres out of the sea, the three chalk stacks close to Alum Bay and Totland have the Needles Lighthouse standing at the outer, western end of the...
The Isle of Wight Zoo

The Isle of Wight Zoo

The Isle of Wight Zoo is a well-established, popular wildlife centre based on the east coast of the Isle of Wight. Following many years under private ownership, it is the Island’s original zoo and in 2017  become part of The Wildheart Trust, a charity founded to...
Robin Hill

Robin Hill

Robin Hill country park is the best place to take energetic children! There are 88 acres of natural parkland with stunning woodland, open rolling countryside, and curated water gardens for endless exploration. Kids will love the treetop canopy walkways,...
Blackgang Chine

Blackgang Chine

Visit the UK’s oldest theme park and immerse yourself in their Land of Imagination with dinosaurs, cowboys and fairies all featuring. There are rides and slides, the Underwater Kingdom, Nurseryland and Fairyland to explore as well as Cowboy Town and Pirate Cove. There...
English Heritage

English Heritage

There are several English Heritages properties and sites that you can visit on the Isle of Wight with the most popular being Queen Victoria’s seaside residence Osborne House and Carisbrooke Castle whose most famous resident was Charles I who was imprisoned here before...