Dimbola was the home of the celebrated Victorian photographer Julia Margaret Cameron. It is now open to the public as a museum and gallery, dedicated to celebrating her life and work.
Situated in the idyllic Freshwater Bay, it also showcases contemporary exhibitions from some of the best photographers around the globe.
Perfect for a budding photographer or history buff, you’ll find year-round exhibits displaying Julia Margaret Cameron’s finest work, vintage cameras, Isle of Wight Festival displays and even a Victorian dress-up room.
Pay a visit to the award-winning Dimbola Tea Room and sample their locally-sourced food and drink, including homemade cakes and delicious cream teas.
You can purchase your entrance tickets through Wightlink at a reduced price when booking your ferry. Simply select a sailing that falls during the attraction’s opening dates and add on your tickets in the Extras menu.
|Ticket type||Ticket price|
|Child (5-15 years)||£2.00|
|Infant (0-4 years)||FREE|
|Family ticket (2 adults and up to 2 children)||£10.00|
Free parking is available, and the site is open most of the year – check the Dimbola Museum & Galleries website for more information on opening times and admission prices.
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