The National Poo Museum - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
About The National Poo Museum
The National Poo Museum was created by Daniel Roberts, Nigel George, and Dave Badman from the Eccleston George collective of artists and social entrepreneurs on the Isle of Wight. It features an exhibition of twenty kinds of poo, encapsulated and displayed in illuminated resin spheres. These include elk, lion, human baby poo, a tawny owl pellet containing bones and teeth, 140 million-year-old fossil poo, and a child’s shoe with a cat poo inside it.
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0.49km from The National Poo Museum
Sandown Pier is a pleasure pier in Sandown, Isle of Wight, England. It has endless family-friendly entertainment and fun! There’s the Lost World indoor golf experience, with exceptional lighting and audio effects, Ten Pin Bowling and Magic Island Play Area and so more. There is a Cafe, Burger Bar and Ice Cream Kiosk and at the front of the pier is Scruffy Jacks Sports Bar with stunning views of the bay.
0.94km from The National Poo Museum
Sandown Beach is one of the Isle of Wight's finest and most recognized beaches, with miles of soft golden sands crowned by Sandown's pleasure pier. Due to the bay being relatively sheltered from offshore winds it is often used as a temporary anchorage point for boats, including large cargo ships, before continuing east towards Continental Europe, or north towards The Solent.
1.02km from The National Poo Museum
Seagrove Bay sits between Seaview beach and Priory Bay on the north east coast and boasts some of the largest and most imposing seaside properties on the Isle of Wight. The beach is a gently sloping expanse of golden sands and has clear waters making it popular for a whole range of beach activities and water sports. The bay has both the Seaside Award Flag and the Water Quality Award.
1.64km from The National Poo Museum
Dinosaur Isle is Britain's first purpose built dinosaur museum and visitor attraction; based in Sandown on the Isle of Wight. The visit to the museum begins with a presentation of the different past ecosystems that can be found in different parts of the island. This area begins with Pleistocene fossils, including those of Bison antiquus. The repaired animatronic of an Ophthalmosaurus from the BBC's Walking with Dinosaurs is also in this section.
2.23km from The National Poo Museum
Shanklin is one of the Isle of Wights’ most popular seaside resorts on the south coast. The golden sandy beach, traditional Old Village and Shanklin Chine make it one of the busiest too. Shanklin seafront is packed full of amusements, activities, golf courses and so much more! We really are a traditional amusement pier on land.
2.24km from The National Poo Museum
Shanklin is a Sandy beach located near Shanklin in Isle of Wight. It was a traditional 'bucket and spade' family beach holiday destination, Shanklin Beach lost its pier after the hurricane of 1987 but there is now a semi-circular vantage point with benches where the entrance to the pier once stood. There are seaside cafes and traditional beach shops selling everything from newspapers and books to inflatable boats and wetsuits.
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Isle of Wight
The Isle of Wight is a ceremonial county and the largest and second-most populous island in England. It is in the English Channel, between two and five miles off the coast of Hampshire, from which it is separated by the Solent. The island has resorts that have been holiday destinations since Victorian times and is known for its mild climate, coastal scenery, and verdant landscape of fields, downland, and chines. The island is part of the historic county of Hampshire. It is designated a UNESCO Bi