The Isle of Wight is one of the spectacular destinations that everyone should visit at least once in their lifetime. The island has a variety of tourist destinations spread all over the area for both kids and adults. Serene Beaches, music festivals, kids’ playground, restaurants, pubs for adults and lots of entertainment corners are situated in the Isle of Wight. If you are planning to have a vacation soon, check out Blue Chip Holidays for a breathtaking view of the island and there are plenty of neat rooms to choose from.
Top five family activities in the Isle of Wight have been listed below:
It is known as the home of music festival in the Isle of Wight. The place is filled with Volkswagen enthusiasts transforming their van into hippie vans with bright colors and designs. People often visit the place for a fun filled day, dancing around to the music bands like Daft Punk or Ed Sheeran. The lineup is also pretty amazing. There are around 80 stages with different bands playing at the same time. Apart from the music, there are pie eating contests, yoga activities, sunset and sunrise salutation, etc. The events occur both during the day and at night for the festival campers.
Shanklin Seafront is one of the famous tourist attractions in the Isle of Wight. The place offers a chance to engage in various activities, like golf courses, gambling machines, pubs, claw machines, and arcades for kids, small shops, and different places to eat and drink. The tourists often love to walk on the rocky and decent beaches. Shanklin Seafront is a place for family entertainment with new machine and attractions added each season for the tourists.
Blackgang Chine Theme Park
Blackgang Chine theme park, located on the south coast of the Isle of Wight is a tourist destination you don’t want to miss. It offers numerous restaurants, free parking areas and lots of food outlets for tourists. This place is all about unleashing the inner child in you, though it is equally great for both kids and adults. The park itself entertains people with activities including the dinosaur walk, cowboy town, fire display, fireworks, roller coasters, hall of mirrors, water slide, underworld kingdom and a lot more.
If you often wonder about how dinosaurs lived millions of years ago or how their fossils would look like, Dinosaur Isle in the Isle of Wight is the place to visit to get all your answers. This place is located right by the sea wall in Sandown beach with lots of exhibits, interactive displays, dinosaur-related books, fossil hunting tour, etc.
Robin Hill Country Park
This place can make the children happy and excited because of the activities it offers. This is a forest area that arouses a feeling of adventure and enthusiasm among the children. Toboggan, squirrel run, play equipment, etc. are the activities the place offers.