Now re-open to the public as an historic home.Farringford is a Grade 1 Listed Building and was the main domicile residence of Alfred Lord Tennyson, Poet Laureate, from 1856 until his death in 1892.
Discover the home where Queen Victoria raised her family, providing a fascinating insight into the true life of the monarch behind closed doors.
Described as a festival with a twist, Eklectica is an exciting combination of acts that promise to be diverse, quirky and creative.
The Hops Festival celebrates the harvest of the hops grown on site at Ventnor Botanic Garden as well as introducing Botanic Lager with a Hint of Eucalyptus by Goddard’s – a fresh, minty taste to send peppermint sparks through your taste buds.
Offering visitors a wide selection of award winning Island cheeses, ciders and perries to sample in the relaxing ambience of Havenstreet Station whilst watching the trains go by!
To celebrate Isle of Wight Day there is FREE ADMISSION to this event and there will be WORKSHOP TOURS on both days.
October Half-term activities | Ventnor Botanic Garden | 23 - 29 October
Robin Hill’s electric woods presents a stunning spectacle of creatively themed light, colour, sound, and entertainment inspired by the Hindu festival of Diwali, where ‘light triumphs over darkness’.