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Robin Hill Country Park - Best Price Tickets

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Get ready for one of the best family days out in the Isle of Wight with Robin Hill Country Park

Nestled in the heart of the Isle of Wight, Robin Hill Country Park holds an adventure like no other.

This award-winning country park is a treasure trove of natural beauty, thrilling rides, and enchanting experiences. Set in 88 acres of lush woodlands, Robin Hill offers an idyllic escape for families, couples, and nature enthusiasts alike.

Buy your tickets for Robin Hill and Blackgang Chine for a combined reduced cost of £30, or read on to find out more about this wonderful country park in the Isle of Wight. 

Whether you're looking for a peaceful time in nature or days out full of thrills, Robin Hill has it all! 

As you step into this magical realm, you'll be greeted by ancient trees, picturesque ponds, and captivating gardens. Wander through the woodland paths, breathe in the fresh air, and feel the stresses of everyday life melt away. From the serene treetop canopy walk to the peaceful ponds brimming with wildlife, every corner of Robin Hill beckons you to explore.

For the thrill-seekers, exhilaration awaits on the park's adrenaline-pumping rides. Take a heart-racing journey on the exhilarating toboggan run or swing through the treetops on the exhilarating Colossus ride. With a fantastic array of attractions for all ages, Robin Hill ensures that every member of the family has a day filled with laughter and excitement.

Witness the majesty of falconry at Robin Hill Country Park

At Robin Hill, the enchantment of nature takes flight with daily falconry displays. Join Charlie and his expert team of falconers as they showcase a diverse array of bird species in thrilling aerial performances.

Get ready to be amazed as owls and hawks gracefully soar overhead, offering an up-close encounter with these majestic creatures. Take your place in the outdoor arena and witness the birds' incredible flying skills while our knowledgeable team shares fascinating insights into their behaviour.

Get your tickets for two of the Isle of Wight's biggest days out today and save money today! 

Nature comes to life at Robin Hill Country Park, so get your tickets to this wonderful family attraction in the Isle of White today! 

If you're staying a little longer than a day on the Isle of Wight, then the Isle of Wight Combi ticket is perfect for you! Add the Blackgang Chine, the UK's oldest theme park to your visit when you buy this combi ticket for a price of just £30

Isle of Wight
PO30 2NU

How to find us

The Island is situated just four miles off the South Coast of England. There are excellent transport links and frequent crossings by vehicle and passenger ferries from Southampton, Lymington and Portsmouth.

The ferry companies and Hovertravel run regular promotions. Don’t worry if you don’t want to bring the car, as there are fantastic bus links from the ferry ports with Southern Vectis, the Island’s bus service.

By Car

Enter the postcode PO30 2NU into your Sat-Nav to find the site by car.

Parking at Robin Hill is free so you can stay as long as you like in the park without worrying.

By bus

The number 8 bus route stops right outside the entrance.

By boat

Car passenger ferry crossings to the Isle of Wight run from Portsmouth, Southampton, and Lymington. 

Foot passenger crossings are available from Portsmouth, Southsea, Southampton, and Lymington

  • Free parking
  • Gift shops
  • Toilets
  • Baby-changing facilities
  • Food outlets

People also ask:

Is Robin Hill Country Park accessible for wheelchair users?

  • The park is set within 88 acres of down land and a wooded valley. This means that the route around the site is sloping in places and some paths have a gradient of 1:5. The majority of the park is accessible by wheelchair, but some paths are gravel or grass based. Visitors in manual wheelchairs who wish to visit all areas of the park should be accompanied by strong helpers.
  • Those using electric mobility scooters must ensure they are confident using the equipment and do not exceed its capabilities. Particular attention should be paid to the paths leading to and from the Squirrel Tower (Canopy Skywalk) and the Falconry Centre and Display Area where gradients are likely to be at their steepest.

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