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Top Places to Visit on the Isle of Wight...

Ventnor Botanic Gardens - spread over 22
acres and enjoying spectacular views of the coast, these gardens host a rare collection of trees,
shrubs and plants from around the world.

Osborne House - built between 1845 and 1851,
this grand residence was once the seaside retreat
for Queen Victoria.

Carisbrooke Castle - Charles I was imprisoned
in this mote - and - bailey castle before he was
sent to London for his trial and execution.

Isle of Wight Zoo - star of T.V series Tiger Island, Isle of Wight Zoo boasts the UK's largest
collection of tigers, where they live in a recreation
of their central Indian habitat.

The Needles - top family entertainment and
terrific value, you can visit The Needles rocks, lighthouse and multi - coloured sand cliffs.

Blackgang Chine - From Weather Wizards to Nursery Rhyme Characters to the {slightly} scary Rumpus Mansion and Cowboy Town where
you can lock up your kids in the Sheriffs jail,
there is lots to see and do.

Isle of Wight Steam Railway - Beautifully restored Victorian & Edwardian carriages and locomotives accurately re-create the bygone age
of steam train travel on the Isle of Wight.

Freshwater Bay - The beach at Freshwater
Bay with its south facing aspect and sheltered
cove is great for soaking up the sun. For
something more active you can take walks
over the wildlife-rich Downs either side of the
bay, to Tennyson Down, the only thatched
church on the Island and Jimi Hendrix memorial statue at Dimbola Lodge.

Robin Hill - Set in glorious rolling countryside there’s no place quite like it that pleases so
many people, from fun & thrill-seeking families...
to adults in search of relaxing gardens & wildlife.

Dinosaur Island - Discover the Dinosaur Island app trail which is based on the brand new 3D film
"Walking with Dinosaurs" which was released in
Dec 2013. You can find your very own dinosaurs
on the popular beaches like Compton Bay and
Yaverland. The new app utilises new technology which allows you to use smart phones and tablets to take pictures of family and friends walking alongside the dinosaurs that roamed the Isle of Wight 130 million years ago.



Red Squirrel at The Hide in Apse Heath