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Local Attractions

This is a selection of things to do on the Ilse Of Wight

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Family Friendly

* Tapnell Farm Park - has a large range of fun things for kids of all ages including a NEW inflatable assault course. 

www.tapnellfarm.com

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* Robin Hill - Treetop canopy walkways, adrenaline-inducing adventure nets, an exhilarating quarter mile downhill toboggan, epic rides and more for adventure!

www.robin-hill.com

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* Isle Of Wight Zoo - This sanctuary has a variety of animals, but they specialise in two particular areas - tigers and lemurs.

www.wildheartanimalsanctuary.org

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Wild Scenery
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The Best Beaches

* Closest beach - Sandown! A 5 minute walk to the bottom of the road is Sandown beach with soft sand, beach hut hire, SUP, pedalos and kayak hire all within walking distance of the pier!

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Beach with kids entertainment - Shanklin - a short drive or a two mile walk along the flat undercliff path. Shanklin beach has all the children's arcades, 2p machines, bowling, soft play, rides, and mini golf you need to keep the little ones entertained.

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Days Out

What ever age you are, everyone loves a steam train! Haven Street is a fabulous day out with regular events to keep everyone netertained.

www.iwsteamrailway.co.uk

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The Needles - The Needles offers a range of attractions and rides for all ages. No visit to The Needles would be complete without a visit to one of our entertaining demonstrations, where you can get hands on with fascinating glass blowing, sweet making and sand filling and take away a piece of the Isle of Wight you won’t find anywhere else.

www.theneedles.co.uk

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Osbourne House - "It is impossible to imagine a prettier spot" said Queen Victoria of Osborne House, her palatial holiday home on the Isle of Wight. Visit Victoria and Albert's private apartments, their bathing beach and children's play-cottage for an intimate glimpse of royal family life. Then stroll through the garden terraces where the stunning views across the Solent reminded Prince Albert of the Bay of Naples.

www.english-heritage.org.uk

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