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Archaeology Discovery Centre

Handle the artefacts left behind by ancient boatbuilders at Bouldnor some 8000 years ago. Indoor learning around archaeological evidence, science and techniques of marine exploration. Outdoor learning activities to understand the hunter gatherer lifestyle include recreating prehistoric technologies in our country park by foraging for the raw materials to produce cave paintings.

Compton Bay & Downs

  • 2 resources

A sandy bay running from the stunning white cliffs of Freshwater along to soft red and orange Cretaceous rocks which are rapidly eroding. One of the best places in Europe for fossil hunting, and definitely the best place on the Island to see dinosaur footprints!

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Hurst Spit

  • 3 resources

Home to Hurst Castle (1544), a scheduled monument and popular destination for visitors, Hurst Spit and its defences, salt marshes and beaches make great learning resources.

Although not technically part of the Isle of Wight, Hurst Spit is reachable by ferry or charter from Yarmouth throughout the summer months.

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Newtown Nature Reserve

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An area with a busy medieval past and now bursting with wildlife and study opportunities through its history, ancient woodlands, meadows, mudflats and salt marshes. Home to rare butterflies, red squirrels, wetland wildlife and abundant bird life.

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Ryde (Town)

  • 4 resources

Noted for its expansive sands which are revealed at low tide, and its listed pier, the fourth longest in the UK, which houses a ferry terminal, car park and railway terminus.

Ryde is home to Europe's only commercial hovercraft service.

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Seaview (Town)

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St Helens & Bembridge

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