A stroll round Arreton Barns encompasses the 12th Century Church of St George, with its famous Burma Star window. Pause for a moments contemplation beside the historic Carp pond, mentioned in the Doomsday Book, and the graves of our forbearers.
The Isle of Wight is fantastic destination for visitors of all ages and can boast an impressive range of family attractions. So much of the Island is great fun young people to enjoy, but these attractions have been created especially with a junior audience in mind. The world’s first family attraction and theme park, Blackgang Chine was opened on the Isle of Wight 170 years ago and continues to be a favourite with visitors. Today however, there’s a fantastic choice to suit all ages and tastes with many attractions open all year round including old favourites like the Isle of Wight Zoo and Godshill Model Village, Dinosaur Isle, Brading Roman Villa and the latest at Tapnell Farm Park.