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Dimbola was the Isle of Wight home of the Victorian pioneer photographer Julia Margaret Cameron from 1860 to 1875. It is now owned by the Julia Margaret Cameron Trust, which runs the Dimbola Museum and Galleries. In short,  the mission of the Julia Margaret Cameron Trust is to celebrate the life and work of Julia Margaret Cameron, and turn her former home into an international level attraction for education, art practice and the production of contemporary artworks.

As a small charity they are reliant on admission ticket sales as a major part of their income and thank you for your continued support in helping to preserve Dimbola for the enjoyment of all. There is free parking available to visitors at the front of Dimbola.

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