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Adgestone Vineyard

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Go underground into one of the oldest commercial wine cellars in England. Enjoy the free-ranging chickens and treasure hunt. A 1-hour audio guide tour of the 10-acre site will leave you amazed at the process involved in turning a small plant into an award-winning wine.

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Blackgang Chine

  • 62 resources

Every year hundreds of school parties from across the country visit Blackgang Chine. Childrens' imaginations run wild as they enjoy the many themed areas around the park.

Blackgang provides a fertile base for activity play and learning, with exhibitions on coastal erosion, woodland & countryside crafts and the 'Wight Experience' "helicopter trip" over the Island!

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Brading Roman Villa

Brading Roman Villa's award winning Visitor Centre and Museum offers a unique insight into Roman life in Britain from beautifully preserved mosaic floors to an extensive collection of Roman archaeology.

Isle of Wight Donkey Sanctuary

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A registered charity providing a secure, peaceful and happy home for around 90 donkeys, 12 horses and a herd of Shetland ponies, which have been neglected, abandoned or are in need of lifetime care.

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Osborne

Bring history to life and get a real insight into the private lives of Queen Victoria, Prince Albert and their children at Osborne. Their home can teach many aspects of the curriculum across numerous subjects in a fun and engaging way. Enjoy a free self-led visit or get hands-on with history as part of a Discovery Visit, led by the formidable (and wonderful) costumed interpreter Mrs Pilkington. During the session your pupils will step into the world of a servant and discover what life was like below stairs.

Robin Hill Country Park

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The park's 88 acres give plenty of room for your party to run free and let off some steam, and with its big mix of features and attractions, it makes a whole day out and excellent value for money. It's no wonder nearly 16,000 school pupils come through our gates each year to enjoy the park.

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Shanklin (Town)

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The sandy beach of Sandown Bay, the Old Village and a wooded ravine Shanklin Chine with nearby Rylstone Gardens are the main attractions in this small town at the end of the Island Line railway from Ryde Pier Head.

Shanklin was the departure point for the PLUTO (Pipeline Under The Ocean) fuel supply project during World War II and evidence of this still exists.

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Tapnell Farm Park

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Tapnell Farm Park is the perfect place for indoor and outdoor fun, connecting with and learning about animals including "hands-on" sessions. Go wild on the many indoor and outdoor activities which include a huge soft play zone, jumping pillow, pedal go-karts and lots more!

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The Model Village, Godshill

  • 50 resources

Meticulously and humorously crafted scale models of the local area.

Absorb the slower pace of life in the early 1900s, leaving the hustle and bustle of modern day life outside the gate. Keep your eyes open for little Islanders at work and play!

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Ventnor Botanic Garden

One of the great gardens of Britain, basking in a subtropical microclimate typically 5 degrees warmer than anywhere else in the UK.

Visitors can expect a Mediterranean-style climate with lots of unprotected sub tropical plants growing outdoors, shown in representations of the world's geographical regions. Look out for the wall lizards!

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