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Dimbola Museum & Galleries, Freshwater, Isle of Wight Dimbola was the home of the celebrated Victorian photographer Julia Margaret Cameron. It is now a Museum and Gallery dedicated to her life and work, which also showcases contemporary exhibitions from photographers around the globe. Plus don’t miss taking a break in Julia’s Tea Room’ to try our delicious homemade cream teas & cakes. Thinking of visiting Dimbola?  There are lots to see and do. We have a permanent exhibition of Julia Margaret Cameron’s life and work, vintage camera displays and a fun Victorian dressing-up room. Make sure you do not miss out on one of our spectacular events Summer Opening times: April-September 7 days a week 10am-5pm. Winter Opening Times: Winter times may vary please check the website for details: Gift Aid Admission If you are a UK taxpayer you can help Dimbola raise vital additional funds by paying Gift Aid Admission. The price includes a voluntary donation that means for every £1.00 you spend, Dimbola can claim an extra 25p from the Government.  Gift Aid Admission Prices: Gift Aid Adult: £6 Gift Aid Concession: £5.50 Gift Aid Family 2 adults 2 children: £15 Standard Admission Prices: Adult: £5.45 Concession: £5 Family 2 adults 2 children: £13.50 Under 5s: Free Under 16s: £2.50 Groups (10+) £5 per person Friends of JMC Trust & National Art Pass Free. Free entry to tearoom & museum gift shop. The Needles Breezer tour bus (Mar-Oct) The No.7 also stops on Hooke Hill (15 mins walk). Parking There is free parking available to visitors at the front of Dimbola. When full, there is are two pay & display car park in Freshwater Bay (3 minutes walk). Access Access to the museum for wheelchairs is through the Tea Room entrance. We also have stair lifts and a wheelchair to aid your visit to our upstairs galleries.]]>

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