Isle of Wight Attractions

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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.

Isle of Wight Bus Museum

Isle of Wight Bus Museum

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The Isle of Wight Bus & Coach Museum was established in 1997 and contains an impressive display of vintage buses and coaches, collected to show the Island’s transport heritage.

The Dinosaur Museum (Dinosaur Isle)

The Dinosaur Museum (Dinosaur Isle)

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Dinosaur Isle is Britain's first dinosaur attraction just over the sea wall in Sandown, Isle of Wight. In a spectacularly shaped building reminiscent of a Pterosaur flying across the skies and you can walk back through fossilised time to the period of the Dinosaurs a 120 million years ago.

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.

West Wight Alpacas

West Wight Alpacas

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West Wight Alpacas was set up by husband and wife duo, Neil and Michelle Payne in 2010. What started out as a hobby quickly morphed into an active family business and a high quality tourist attraction as we decided to focus on a niche market. Impressed by the rarity of Suri alpacas and their friendly inquisitive nature, we developed the idea for alpaca and llama trekking and breeding on the Isle of Wight.

Cineworld

Cineworld

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

The Needles Park

The Needles Park

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The Needles Park is the Isle of Wight's premier visitor attraction and is situated at Alum Bay overlooking the Island's most famous landmark, The Needles Rocks and Lighthouse. Every year, nearly half a million people visit to view these jagged chalk stacks and lighthouse, the unique multi coloured sand cliffs and enjoy the Park's facilities, including the spectacular chairlift.

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