Isle of Wight

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Welcome to a treasure island just a 30-minute ferry ride away.

Places to visit

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The view from Mottistone Down

Where you can visit 

Following the government announcement of a four-week lockdown in England, we're pleased we can keep the outdoor spaces we care for in the Isle of Wight open where we can, including coast and countryside sites and car parks, as well as, gardens and parklands. You can still enjoy takeaway food and drink from our cafés and food outlets, in line with government guidance. We recommend you book in advance for visits to gardens and parks, especially at busy times like weekends. See what's open and ready for you to book this week below...

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Plan ahead for Christmas 

Something magical is happening in Mottistone Manor this Christmas. Creatures from the deep, dark woods have come to visit and are taking bubbled families on an adventure to discover the wonders of the natural world.

More to discover

Early autumn wildlife to spot

A walker stands beside St Catherine's Oratory admiring the view

Discover some history on the Isle of Wight 

If you have an interest in history, come and explore some of the great places we care for on the Isle of Wight. Here's just a sample of what you can find.