Isle of Wight Zoo
The Isle of Wight Zoo is based in Sandown, and has a number of animal species including many of the popular big cats such as lions, tigers and jaguars. There is an on-site café, shop and play area, and guests can enjoy feeding the wallabies too.
Amazon World Zoo Park
Another zoo near Sandown, Amazon World has more of a focus on the rainforests of the world, and some of the more exotic species that you can't see anywhere else in the whole of Europe including mammals, fish, reptiles, birds and insects.
Found close to the beach, Dinosaur Isle is the UK's first dedicated dinosaur museum with a wealth of fossils and displays dedicated to many different species, along with animatronics to ensure an exciting visit. A large gift shop is the ideal place to pick up a souvenir.
Shipwreck Centre and Maritime Museum
Famous local shipwreck stories such as the "Clarendon" and "Sirenia" are also to be found in the displays. Literally thousands of treasures and artefacts are on display in the museum complex
Our world famous coloured sand cliffs overlook the Isle of Wight's most famous landmark – The Needles Rocks and Lighthouse. The Needles Park offers a range of attractions including the spectacular chairlift to the beach, Alum Bay Glass