Isle of Wight Garlic Farm
Isle of Wight Garlic Farm

Isle of Wight Garlic Farm

Who doesn’t love garlic? Come and visit the garlic farm on the Isle of Wight for a day full of good food, good views and of course garlic! Roam around the beautiful gardens, visit the farm shop full of garlicky goodness and taste the amazing menu in the award-winning restaurant. This is the perfect activity for families with plenty of activities for the whole family!

Why visit the garlic farm?

If you're looking for a slightly different thing to do when visiting the Isle of Wight, this is the perfect place to learn all about garlic and taste different flavours!

Around the site, you will find information about the history of the farm, amazing archaeological finds, how garlic came to the Isle of Wight, how to grow garlic, garlic folklore and facts. Outside, the wildflower meadow is home to garlic trial beds where you can learn about all the different varieties.

  • The Farm Shop, Restaurant and Farm Walks are open daily from 9 am to 5 pm
  • Free entry
  • Booking is recommended for The Garlic Farm Restaurant

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