Blackgang Chine – Land of Imagination – is a must for your little ones if you are visiting Isle of Wight. It is certainly no Legoland but it has enough to entertain the 3-4 to 9-10 years age groups. Their Logo is the “land of imagination” and I agree 100% it is perfect for imaginative play.
The dinosaur kingdom was a particular highlight for us with its large models making noise as you pass through them. Ay also loved the pirate boats where you could squirt water at the other ship and actually enjoyed himself having a water fight with the bigger kids. You can also play the classic game of snakes and ladders where you slide down the snakes, or climb up the ladders!
There is a decent roller coaster for kids (and a few other small rides), a log long water slide (where you don’t get wet at all), bug world with giant insect models, underwater kingdom (with a huge humpback whale hanging from the top), nursery rhymes corner, spooky mansion (which is not spooky but creates distorted images of you in the mirrors), a maze to get lost in and fairyland (with a beautiful castle)
It claims to be older than time itself (outdated creation of GMT in 1880) as it was around 37 years before, but I will leave you to be a judge of that
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Robin Hill is owned by the same people as Blackgang Chine but the two parks are so very different from one another. Read our review of the ROBIN HILL HERE
🗺 Address: Isle of Wight, PO38 2HN
🎟 Its not particularly cheap, costing £20 pp (4+) but you can get 35£ For combo ticket with robin hill (please see website for uptodate details)
Park entry tickets entitle you to a minimum of one visit only. Return visits are complimentary for up to 7 days (up to and including the 7th day) from the date of first entry; after 1 pm only and subject to standard entry terms & conditions. THIS IS A BARGAIN if you are staying for long and want to go back!
📅 Different activities continue throughout the season (please see WEBSITE for more details)
🚘 Free parking on-site
🚻 Toilets on site
🍕 Refreshments on site
🧺 Picnic allowed
🦽 Some parts buggy doable but some quite steep as they come up n down hill- ‘Guide for Guests with Disabilities’
🐕 Dogs on lead allowed
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