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Osborne House & Gardens

  • 4.6

  • from 7348 Google reviews

A castle on top of a grass covered field
A castle on top of a grass covered field

Osborne House, Isle of Wight, UK-20Feb2010 by Mark Hogan. CC BY-SA 2.0

About the garden

Complementing the magnificent Italianate 'royal palace by the sea' are stunning gardens and grounds filled with breathtaking views. A place to relax and discover seasonal colour throughout the year.

Opening times

19 Feb - 29 Mar 2018 Closed Mon-Tues Open Wed-Sun, 10:00 - 16:00. 30 Mar 2018 onwards - opening times will be available on the website nearer the time.

Useful details

Garden area

50 Acres

Cafe or restaurant

Food and drink facilities include a cafe/restaurant.

Family

Yes - Children of all ages.

Wheelchair access

Mostly accessible (many paths flat and paved).

Shops

Yes - There is a gift shop and plant shop.

Isle of Wight, PO32 6JX

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Osborne House & Gardens
Isle of Wight
PO32 6JX
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Google reviews

  • 4.6

  • from 7348 Google reviews

Sandie Packman

8 months ago

5

We visited on a glorious sunny day & the house just glowed in the light. You can see most of the rooms, except the children's bedrooms. This is due to the house previously being used as a convalescent home, and all original features were (sadly) removed. The gardens are amazing, and, if you are energetic, you can walk to the private beach and Swiss Cottage. There is a minibus service if it's too far for you. A wonderful day out for all the family.

Daniel Herd

6 months ago

5

This is an all day thing I would say we didn't get to see everything. But what we did see it was an amazing place to visit and it's full of some really cool history. We have afternoon tea at the little coffee shop that just next to the back garden. Not to badly priced but could of done with a few more staff on. Would definitely come again as its just a very interesting place to visit.

carole weall

4 months ago

5

Really enjoyed our first visit to Osborne house ended up spending about 5 hours there. We felt there was plenty to see and some nice easy walks to the beach and Swiss House. We particularly liked the fact that all the tea rooms/ restaurants were open providing a variety of food to suit everyone. Definitely worth the entrance fee.

Marcus Schuler

6 months ago

5

What a beautiful place. One can understand a little why Queen Victoria often wanted to go there and eventually passed away. The spectacular mansion is surrounded by a beautiful garden and extensive park that invites you to take a walk. But you should definitely go inside and follow the circular route through the rooms. It is very interesting and a treasure trove for art lovers and people who like antiques. In addition, everything is very well maintained and there is a lot of friendly staff who are happy to answer questions.

Gemma Prangnell

9 months ago

5

One of our favourite places to visit. We took the dog and enjoyed a walk in the grounds. The gardens and views are beautiful. Kids love the Swiss cottage play area and there is a big play area just outside the entrance. Refreshments are a bit expensive but we took a picnic.

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01983 200022

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