The Isle of Wight has an unrivalled range of attractions to offer. Whether you are looking for excitement, relaxation or wholesome family fun, there is something on the Island for you. Please select one of our featured attractions from the list for more information.
Tapnell Farm is a former dairy farm, turned all-weather attraction, surrounded by the beautiful landscapes of the Isle of Wight. The Farm Park is now one of most popular things to do on the Isle of Wight, and a great family day out whatever the weather!Meet the Animals in our Famryard Barn, and get up close and personal with some of Tapnell’s cutest and smallest residents. Wander round the Wallaby Walkabout with our mob of tame wallabies, and admire the marvellous meerkats as they stand guard. Venture out into The Paddock and enjoy the views in the company of our friendly sheep and their other farmyard chums.Run wild in the Straw Bale Adventure Zone, race round the pedal go-kart track, zoom along the zip-wires and scale the straw bale pyramid. Tackle the 3-storey soft play zone in our Play Barn, battle the climbing wall, or head outside for a bounce on our amazing Jumping Pillows!
Come and bounce at Isle Jump the Islands new and exciting Trampoline Park. The park is set over 10,000 square ft and has 40 wall to wall trampolines including a dodgeball court, slam dunk basketball hoops, giant airbag and our cafe "Purple".
Located at Spithead Business Centre, Isle Jump is accessed from the east side of the site, off Whitecross Lane (behind Aldi). We also have our own free undercover parking area. For more information or to make a booking please call one of the team on 01983 400444 or visit our website www.islejump.co.uk
Discover this hidden gem nestled in the tranquil countryside of the West Wight…
Come on down to the farm and meet all our furry friends; alpacas, llamas, pigs, goats, sheep and more… Take an alpaca or a llama on a farm trek, let the kids burn off steam in the play area and feast on homemade cake, wood-fired pizza and artisan coffee at The Llama Tree Pizzeria. Bring your own bottle and relax outside in the evening sun…
Just 15 minutes outside of Newport, with the number one bus stopping right outside, we’ve plenty of parking and are open every day from 10-5pm. The Llama Tree Pizzeria serves food from 12-5pm each day, and until 8pm on Friday and Saturday evenings - booking is advisable, call 01983 760900.
If you want a fun-packed, good value day out for all your family or a big night out with your friends in Ryde, you’ve come to the right place! Ryde Superbowl is the top local venue for a wide range of exciting entertainment. As well as top of the range ten pin bowling we have a range of options of tasty treats and top tipples for all ages in our fully-licensed café-bar. We’re open seven days a week, 364 days a year, so come on over, and have fun now! Click here for much much more!
The Isle of Wight’s only exotic animal attraction with full charitable status, the Monkey Haven rescues and houses primates and birds of prey. Go and visit the cheeky monkeys, lemurs, tamarins, marmosets along with the varied owl collection including barn owls, snowy owls, eagles and buzzards you can meet at the zoo keepers regular displays and talks. all housed in enclosures that recreate their natural habitat. Be sure to drop by at feeding time when the residents are at their most active and the zookeepers will relate some fascinating facts about the animals. Visit www.owlandmonkeyhaven.com
Take a walk on the wild side at Amazon World Zoo Park where you can get up close and personal with over 200 species of unusual rare and exotic South American animals, many of which can’t be seen anywhere else in Europe. They include mammals, reptiles, birds, insects and spiders, fish and amphibians, including endangered species that are now part of the zoo’s conservation and international breeding programmes.
Step back in time and discover the lost world of dinosaurs. Retrace the giant footsteps of some 120 million years ago where the scariest creatures roamed the Island.
Inside the giant pterosaur-shaped museum at Dinosaur Isle, you can discover skeletal remains found by the most intrepid fossil hunters. Watch the palaeontologists working on their latest finds and experience the sounds and smells dinosaurs may have encountered.
July - September is Sea Monster Season. New for the School holidays an exhibition and activities focused upon the fossilised remains of Cretaceous marine reptiles and terrifying fossilised sharks teeth! Build your own sea monster fossil collection (Limited number of places)
Promises a great day out that everyone in the family will enjoy. Step back in time and climb aboard the beautifully restored Victorian and Edwardian carriages hauled by genuine vintage steam locomotive.
Enjoy the passing scenery on the leisurely 10 mile roundtrip journey from Wootton and Smallbrook Junction through the beautiful Isle of Wight Countryside.
Overlooking Sandown Bay, the Isle of Wight’s original zoo offers a wild and wonderful day out. With a vast collection of animals from around the world, the zoo on the beach delivers an inspirational wildlife experience for everyone.
The big cats are the main attraction with seven tigers, Tequila the jaguar and four lions. Casper, the Island’s only white lion will probably greet you with his impressively huge roar. The zoo is also the home to Frosty, the stunning white lioness and Casper’s half-sister.