Things to Do
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Crusader offers a range of day and evening trips as well as charters and private hire.
The community centre is an excellent wet weather facility with a book library, a table tennis table and a pool table.
Taster session or full RYA courses in dinghy sailing and windsurfing,large range of dinghies, dayboats, kayaks and wetsuits for hire. All ages and abilities catered for.
The remains of a small 16thC gun tower, overlooking the white sandy bay at Old Grimsby.
A small unroofed building erected in 1764 as an isolation hospital. The hospital has single storey granite walls surviving to roof height and a brick chimney. It had a square main room and an annexe later subdivided. None of the rooms interconnect, but ther is a blocked window between the two...
The very first lighthouse erected by Trinity House, in 1860. The tower's three-stage construction is still evident, though the lantern has beens changed. Light was originally supplied by a coal fire and the last iron is now in Tresco Abbey Gardens. In 1790 that was replace by an oil lamp. The...
Family Activities (Sightseeing)
The Abbey Gardens are a sub tropical gardeners delight.
Whether it is you first time on a horse, or you are an experienced rider, our friendly and helpful staff, and our quiet and well mannered horses will ensure you have a truly unique ride to remember.
Bryher's dramatic north-western seaboard is perfect for a stroll and the coast here is dotted with sites of old wrecks. Nowhere has a more fearsome reputation than the aptly-named Hell Bay, at the northern tip of this coastline. In heavy seas, huge rollers plough into the bay, turning it into a...
St. Martin's Dive School offers snorkelling with seals and a wide range of diving opportunities. All experience levels catered for.