Isle of Wight Hidden Heroes

Dimbola Lodge 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.

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.

Dimbola Museum and Galleries is also home to Julia’s Tearoom renowned for its high-quality locally-sourced food, tempting homemade cakes, and delicious cream teas. You can enjoy these in our cosy tearoom, once the salon of Julia Margaret Cameron and where she entertained guests, or in our pretty, sunny garden with views to Freshwater Bay and the sea.

Don't forget to visit our Gift Shop. It is open 10am-4pm Tuesday-Sunday, we sell a range of gifts, books, card and items relating to Julia Margaret Cameron.

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Terrace Lane
Freshwater Bay
Isle of Wight
PO40 9QE

01983 756814

Summer Opening Hours (April~September)
Museum & Tea Room: 7 days a week,10am – 5pm

Winter Opening Hours (October~March)
Museum & Tea Room: Wednesday to Sunday 10am-4pm

Gift Aid Admission
Adults £6
Concessions (Seniors +60, Students,with ID) £5.50
Family Ticket (2 Adults, 2 Children) £15

*If you are a UK tax payer you can help Dimbola raise vital additional funds by paying Gift Aid Admission. The price includes a voluntary donation that means for every £1 you spend, Dimbola can claim an extra 25p from the Government.

Standard Admission
Adults £5.45
Concessions (Seniors, Students) £5
Children Under 5 FREE
Children Under 16 £2.50
Family Ticket (2 Adults, 2 Children) £13.50
Groups (10+)* £5 per person
Friends of JMC Trust and National Art Pass FREE

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