With Easter around the corner…..

27th February 2014 Published by

blackgang-chineWe thought we would give our lovely holiday guests an array of attractions to visit and activities to take part in when spending your Isle of Wight Easter break with us! Don’t worry, there’s plenty to keep you and the kids entertained throughout your stay.

Blackgang Chine
3rd – 4th April
10th – 11th April
Are you ready for an “Easter Eggstravaganza” at Blackganag Chine this year? If fun and entertainment is what you are after then head down to the “Chocolate Headquarters” which has been set up for the whole family to enjoy. Expect many cool activities, competitions, tasting sessions, chocolate fountains and even a magician!

Robin Hill Electric Woods
31st March – 1st April
Watch the Electric Woods come alive during Easter with even more spectacular creativity, stunning lighting and dazzling entertainment. The perfect family day out awaits you as this year the woods will be hosting a “Spring Awakening” event, with rides, slides, activities, gardens, natures finest and falconry plus not forgetting the Easter Egg Dash! A great way to spend your Easter Holidays.


rec-needles-220x220The Needles Park

30th – 31st March
1st, 6th & 7th April
This year for Easter head down to the fantastic family friendly Needles Park where you will find the mad Professor Huxley Humbug making some magical sweet flavours for you all to taste. Everyone is welcomed to explore the park for hidden clues to solve puzzles throughout your day and there’s a chance to win some great Easter treats.


Here is a list of other great attractions you can visit on the Isle of Wight during Easter:

Seaview Wildlife Encounter
23rd March

“Great Wildlife Quiz Trail” over Easter weekend, with the chance to win some delicious Easter eggs!

Chale Bay Farm
30th March – 1st April

Charity Easter Egg hunt with fun clues to follow for children as they hunt for eggs lost by the Easter Bunny.

River Yar
20th April

The annual duck race where 1,000 bright yellow “rubber ducks” are released into the River Yar on the Isle of Wight!

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