Whether you live here or are visiting, there are many things to do on the Isle of Wight.
Why not visit one of the many parks & gardens? Many of them have a cafe on site too.
Museums and heritage organisations offer an assortment of activities and places to visit, both indoors and outdoors. Many are open throughout the year.
The Isle of Wight has a vibrant live music scene, with festivals, outdoor events, formal concerts and bands playing in pubs.
You can find about these events on the Isle Find It Website.
Walking is a very popular activity on the IOW with over 500 miles of footpaths across contrasting landscapes and beaches.
If you are a resident, you might like to consider joining a group, club, society or association associated with a particular activity, location or interest. Some ideas are listed below:
The IOW Ramblers – “help people get out and about and enjoy the benefits of walking.”
Oddfellows IOW offer a range of events and social activities, care & advice and a travel club.
Lions Clubs are “ordinary people who do extraordinary things to help others and support good causes”
University of the Third Age Founded over 35 years ago, the UK U3A movement (based loosely on the French model) aims to encourage groups of people in their third age to come together and continue their enjoyment of learning in subjects of interest to them.