LIVE: Isle of Wight Webcams
Please note these are third party cameras and we cannot control them. Results will vary depending on your internet connection speed.
Isle of Wight Zoo Lion Webcams
You can watch Kumba and Vigo the lions at Isle of Wight Zoo 24 hours a day! Whether they are snuggled up in their beautiful inside quarters or playing in the sun with one another all the action is being “fed” to you live, thanks to the generous donation of webcams by Dataswift.
Help Isle of Wight Zoo ensure that all their animals are cared for during Covid-19 by donating.
A message from The Wildheart Trust:
“These extraordinary times are threatening our cherished sanctuary. Like many smaller seasonally sensitive wildlife sanctuaries we’re highly dependent on our visitor income to enable us to pay for our overheads and fund our charitable work. An unprecedented wet February and now the Covid -19 pandemic are putting us under enormous financial stress. Our aim is to raise funds to survive the Covid-19 pandemic thereby ensuring the care of our animals and enabling future rescue missions.”
Kumba & Vigo internal webcam
Kumba & Vigo external webcam
See views over Appley beach and out into The Solent with the Ryde webcam, courtesy of Classic Cottages. Their webcam has been a team effort, with help from the Ryde Inshore Rescue team, an independent lifeboat station that operates every day of the year. To hear their story and support their lifesaving work, visit their website. (Charity Number 278166)
Look at that view! We love it, so we didn’t want you to miss out. Classic Cottage‘s live Freshwater webcam streams all day every day in HD, so you can get your island fix whenever you need it. They couldn’t have done it without the help of Freshwater Independent Lifeboat, a volunteer lifeboat crew based in Freshwater Bay. To find out more about the amazing work they do and donate to their efforts, visit their website. (Charity Number 293657)
Island Sailing Club, Cowes Webcam
This live webcam pans and zooms in to various points of interest along the waters edge, from the Island Sailing Club in Cowes. You will see all sorts of sailing craft out on the water, including Red Funnel‘s car ferry service between Southampton and East Cowes, just across the River Medina from Cowes.
The Island Sailing Club was formed in 1889 and was one of the first clubs to admit ladies as members. In 1930 the club started the Round the Island Race which is still a regular event to this day.
Shanklin South Coast Webcam
This live webcam is situated at the award-winning 5-star country house, Haven Hall which overlooks the sea at Shanklin. This lovely Edwardian building is in a beautiful location and has 14 boutique hotel rooms and self-catering suites.
Seaview Yacht Club
This webcam shows the view looking out from the Seaview Yacht Club, which was established in 1893.
An unusual aspect of the club is that it owns a fleet of keelboats known as Mermaids, and these are available to charter during the summer. The club also owns a fleet of clinker-built dinghies.
Yarmouth Sailing Club Webcam
Live webcam view from Yarmouth Sailing Club on the Isle of Wight which is situated next to the well-known swing bridge over the River Yar at the western end of the island.
This great sailing club has over 800 members (as of 2020) and is an informal and friendly club with a great atmosphere.
Visiting yachtsmen are always welcome at the Yarmouth Sailing Club too.
Isle of Wight Steam Railway Webcam
This live webcam is operated by the Isle Of Wight Steam Railway and is located at the Havenstreet station which is the railway’s main focal point.
The platform, station buildings and signal box were all built in 1926 and if you look carefully you can see the water tower which was brought from Newport in 1971 which gives water to all trains in the Smallbrook direction before they leave the station.
Cowes Chain Ferry (Floating Bridge) Webcam
This live webcam is operated by the Isle of Wight Council and shows the Cowes Floating Bridge which connects the towns of Cowes and East Cowes, on either side of the River Medina.
It’s a useful view, providing locals and tourists with reliable live views of the Floating Bridge, showing the current position of the chain ferry.
Contact the Isle of Wight Council for more details, including prices and timetable.
Isle of Wight Pearl Webcam
This live webcam looks out across the English Channel, at Isle of Wight Pearl in Brighstone. The attraction produces world-renowned pearl jewellery using a selection of Freshwater, Akoya, South Sea and Tahitian pearls all of the highest quality. The webcam is typical of the view from their lovely cafe and if you love pearls then you must visit here.
We hope to be able to add more Isle of Wight Webcams here in the future, in the meantime, please enjoy the variety of cameras that are on display, currently above.
If you have your own webcam here on the Isle of Wight and wish to have it featured on our page, please do get in contact to discuss further.