In your spare time, you may visit Yarmouth town and enjoy some family time, a fast tour, or simply a wonderful area for a walk.

Here are some places to visit in Yarmouth.

Yarmouth Castle

Yarmouth Castle is an artillery fort constructed in 1547 by Henry VIII to safeguard Yarmouth Harbour on the Isle of Wight against French invasion.

During the summer months, this is an excellent spot for beachfront and family picnics.

Fort Victoria Country Park

The Isle of Wight Council owns and manages the Isle of Wight’s biggest and most popular country park.

The Fort’s brick casemates, which boast a magnificent view of the Solent west of Yarmouth and are situated on the border of a forested Country Park, also feature a range of indoor family activities including as a café, reptilarium, and planetarium.

Tapnell Farm Park

Tapnell Farm Park is one of the Isle of Wight’s most popular family attractions! Tapnell Farm Park, formerly dairy farm that has been transformed into an all-weather attraction surrounded by the lovely sceneries of the Isle of Wight.

This all-weather attraction features a large choice of animals in the paddocks, as well as indoor and outdoor play — with plenty to keep both kids and adults delighted.