From the Isle of Wight Festival to Newport Carnival
The Isle of Wight Events Diary and What’s on Pages that highlight the many things to do on the Isle of Wight all year around. Find out about the Isle of Wight Music Festival, Bestival, Garlic Festival, Festival of the Sea and so much more.
Welcome to our essential and up-to-date guide to what’s happening on the Isle of Wight including fun events for children, amazing festivals, live music and theatre, agricultural shows, arts exhibitions and quirky local events. There usually something on most days, especially in the summer months, making the Isle of Wight the ideal holiday location for all ages.
Explore our great Christmas and New Year Events happening across the Isle of Wight over this festive period.
Our listings provide a comprehensive guide to all events and festivals with ideas to suit all ages, interests and budgets.
What an imposing venue this is. Northwood House is set in beautiful Northwood Park in the heart of Cowes. It has a rich history of hosting events and celebrations of all kinds. The House was purchased in 1793 by George Ward, a successful London merchant, the House was rebuilt and extensively decorated by his son, George Henry Ward. Many lavish parties were thrown by the Wards throughout the Victorian era when the Island was a popular destination for the royal family. Queen Victoria’s own children often came over from Osborne House along with the rich and famous from all over Great Britain, to enjoy the high society soirées hosted at the House.
The Northwood House team prides itself in making sure that events or celebrations are one to remember, with top class service that’s second to none on the island, so come and talk to us.
Head on over to the Isle of Wight in October 2017 and enjoy the grea Literary Festival held at Northwood house in Cowes, meet the authors, take in some lectures and take part in some amazing workshops during this brilliant festival.