DAYS OUT: Paradise Wildlife Park

All the children love animals so we were really looking forward to our visit to Wildlife Paradise Park. As you enter the park and look at the map you will see that it is almost split in to two different parts so we decided to start on the side with all the animals on. First of all we saw the lemur enclosure and farmyard animals, further on are the big cats; we have been to a few zoos/wildlife parks that have big cats and sometimes we haven’t been able to see more than a few of them so we hoped

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DAYS OUT: Robin Hill Country Park – Isle of Wight

Robin Hill, on the Isle of Wight, is set in 88 acres of gorgeous countryside and there is something for everyone, whatever your age. The park is mostly a big circuit that you walk around so it is easy to navigate, the park map shows the arrows working in a clockwise direction but for some reason we tend to start going anti-clockwise! As you walk down the hill there are treetop nets which the children will love running through, the surrounding woodland is really peaceful and if you don’t like heights or you have a buggy or a wheelchair then

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DAYS OUT: Tapnell Farm Park – Isle of Wight

Many of the places that we visit on the Isle of Wight are those that have been around since I was little and visited them with my parents but Tapnell Farm Park is one of the Island’s newest attractions. Tapnell Farm Park has been open since 2016 and was a former dairy farm, it is now home to a variety of animals, lots of fun things for children to do and a cafe. The first area you come to as you walk around is the animal barn; in here you will find all sorts of animals from insects and mice

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BLOG: 175 Years of Blackgang Chine – Britain’s Oldest Theme Park

Every year my parents used to take us on holiday to the Isle of Wight, up until I was 16. For the last three years I have now been able to take my own family back and share with them all the things we loved as children. One of the most memorable places has got to be Blackgang Chine; Britain’s oldest theme park. When you think of a theme park you often think of the places that are full of huge rides, but this is a proper theme park, with several areas, all with different themes for you to enjoy.

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