Places of Interest
The details below are intended as a general guide only. For specific tour details, first check Availability and then follow the link from the Tour Description.
One of the largest towns on the island, Ryde boasts grand Georgian and Victorian buildings, many shops and a magnificent pier with outstanding views across the busy Solent. It is also home to Rosemary Vineyard, one of the largest vineyards in Britain.
is famous for its unique coloured sands. Nearby are the majestic chalk Needles, the Isle of Wight’s most famous landmark. Enjoy a chairlift ride for spectacular views over Needles park.
Situated just outside east Cowes, Queen Victoria’s intriguing hideaway where she died in 1901, is one of the island’s top tourist attractions.
The chine is a natural wonderland with rare plants, woodland, wildlife and a captivating waterfall.
A working pottery, visitors can observe the manufacturing process of this exquisite porcelain and purchase items from the on-site shop.
The Norman built castle where Charles I was imprisoned before his execution houses a museum which documents the history of the island.
is the island’s only surviving windmill. Its four floors of exhibits demonstrates the milling process from start to finish and visitors can see the original machinery which was last used at the turn of the 20th century.
Isle of Wight Steam Railway
Passengers have the opportunity to enjoy a delicious meal and survey the beauty of the surrounding countryside from the Victorian style carriages.