No trip to the island would be complete without visiting this royal beach palace where Queen Victoria lived. Osborne House was made for her beloved Prince Albert and their nine children. As you visit Victoria & Albert’s nurseries and private rooms, you will be able to get a closer look at Queen Victoria’s family life. Everything here is stunning, including the magnificent paintings and dining rooms of the royal apartments and the Indian-inspired Durbar Room.
It is appreciated to have an interesting view from the terrace through the solenoid. Here you can traverse the vast expanse of Osborne house that reminded Prince Albert of the Gulf of Naples. Also, be sure to visit the small Swiss cottages built to teach the art of home management to royal children. It was first opened to the public in 1845 to explore Queen Victoria’s private beach. Here you can enjoy traditional beach entertainment including punch and Judi shows throughout the summer holidays.