From Wightpedia

Follys are ornamental features built in large gardens and parks in the Isle of Wight to add a feature of interest to a view.

A true folly should have no practical purpose although some on the island were building which could be used whilst enjoying the grounds - as with Appley Tower and Swainston's Greek Temple.

Pages in category ‘Follys’

The following 4 pages are in this category, out of 4 total.