Tourist Attractions

See and enjoy

Island Eye has carefully chosen some of the museums and family attractions on the Island for you to enjoy.

The personal residence of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert on the Isle of Wight, which was constructed so that they could get away from the court life in London and Windsor.

Train buff, Thomas fan, history aficionado or nature lover… It’s hard not to be charmed by the Isle of Wight’s heritage railway.

The museum displays over 1000 of the best fossils from the collections, and the dedicated museum staff and volunteers have spent much time preparing the specimens for the new displays.

Another royally connected property that is part of the English Heritage collection. The most infamous event that took place in Carisbrooke Castle following the end of the English Civil War was the imprisonment of King Charles I.

It is widely acknowledged that Brading is one of the best Roman historical sites in Europe, and it offers a perspective that no other location does on Roman life in Britain.

The Isle of Wight's most well-known natural landmark is an essential stop for almost all tourists that come to the island. It's best seen by taking a walk along the cliff tops or by going to the Old and New Batteries, which are administered by the National Trust.

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