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North Wight Attractions
 
Travelling by car to any of the below attractions will take approx 30 minutes from Bembridge or Norton Grange.


Haven Falconry, PO33 4DS - Tucked away in Havenstreet there is a wonderful collection of owls, hawks, falcons and doves, each reared and trained, with their care and welfare being utmost priority.

Isle of Wight Steam Railway, PO33 4DS - The Award-Winning Isle of Wight Steam Railway will engage, inspire and excite you. The sight of powerful majestic steam engines, the charm of quiet rural stations, plus the friendliness of traditionally uniformed staff, will leave you with some enduring memories of a special day out.

Arreton Barns Craft Village, PO30 3AA - The Dairyman’s Daughter is located in the heart of the Island amidst the beautiful countryside at Arreton Old Village. Enjoy watching local skilled artisans at work in the craft centre, browse local shops, plus take in the numerous displays of rural life of times gone by.

Shipwreck Museum, PO30 1QS - Spend a fascinating day at the Shipwreck Centre and ‘Wreck & Rescue’ Lifeboat Museum. There is something of interest for everyone in this attraction, bursting at the seams with Spanish gold and silver, thousands of treasures recovered from under the sea, antique and present day diving equipment, ship models, the strange Merman, and a multitude of other intriguing relics from the past.

Isle of Wight Lavender, PO30 2LU - Visit the Old Dairy Tearoom with its famous lavender ice-cream and large range of homemade cakes. Enjoy the beautiful and fragrant surroundings of the lavender farm.

Owl & Monkey Haven, PO30 2NB - Home to a diverse collection of rescued primates and birds of prey, the Haven has been designed with its inhabitant’s needs and requirements taking full priority. Watch the magnificent animals relax and play in spacious enclosures, while taking in the tranquil environment and immaculate grounds of the park.

Butterfly World, PO33 4RW - One of the Island's leading tourist attractions, you have the opportunity to learn more about butterflies, visit the Italian & Japanese gardens, koi ponds, fountains, jumping jets, cafe, Medina garden centre and more!

Carisbrooke Castle, PO30 1XY - Known as the place where King Charles I was imprisoned. For a castle that has lived through more than 800 years of service, including resisting a siege by the French and seeing off the Spanish Armada. Delightful tea room, (Apr-31 Oct) serving a selection of locally produced hot and cold food.

Osborne House, PO32 6JX - Queen Victoria’s family home, is one of the most popular tourist attractions on the Isle of Wight. After first visiting Osborne, England’s longest-reigning monarch wrote: 'It is impossible to imagine a prettier spot'.