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Blackgang Chine

Blackgang Chine

Nr Ventnor PO32 2HN South West England UK
Tel: 01983 730052
web : Blackgang Chine

Suitable for wheelchair users, if accompanied by carers, tarmac paths wind their way round the 40 acres of Victorian gardens, now themed into different imaginative themed areas

  • Disabled toilets
  • Car parking close by & good access to most of the attractions make this park a popular destination for many disabled groups.
  • Accessible Restaurant
  • However, the gardens are situated on a cliff top location so some of the pathways are steep, and require strong pushers or motorised chairs.

    Blackgang Chine, situated on the southwest tip of the Isle of Wight, is one of the Island?s top visitor attractions.

    Blackgang has an atmosphere of magic and fantasy, maybe because of the strong lay-lines that are said to cross its geography, maybe because of its constant battle with erosion, as its cliffs fall into the sea at a steady 2-3 metres per year or maybe because generations of families keep returning to the park. (It opened to the public in 1843!)

    40 acres of Victorian cliff top gardens hold surprises around every corner

    Developed over many years eccentric attractions include:
    Giant Hedge Maze, Water Gardens, Hall of Funny Mirrors and viewpoint picnic areas...

    Animated indoor shows include:
    The Crooked House, The Musical Pet Shop, Triassic Dinosaur Club, Smuggler's Cave the Weather Wizard, Rumpus Mansion and the Fairy Castle.
    Themed areas to stimulate children's imagination include:
    Dinosaurland, Nurseryland and Fantasyland. A full sized Cowboy Town, set within Frontierland includes gold panning activities! A Pirate Fort provides adventure play as does a full sized Smuggler's boat.
    Water Force, a 100 metre high speed boat slide.is popular with adrenalins junkies while the young ones can enjoy our junior ride - Tea Cups Roundabout.

    A full sized cowboy town, dinosaur land, Big water-ride, a giant maze, water gardens as well as exhibitions about coastal life and the amazing disappearing village are just a few of the many attractions appealing to both young families as well as older visitors.

    Opening Times 2006

    Monday 27th March to Sunday 29th October

    Daily from 10 a.m.

  • Floodlit evenings High Season (please phone for details).
  • Please note that the operating times of some attractions may vary.
  • DOGS are admitted to the park on a lead.

    Admission Rates 2006

  • Per person (4-60yrs) £8.50
  • Saver Ticket (4 persons) £31.00
  • Senior Citizens £6.00
  • Disabled Concession £5.00
  • Vectis Ventures Season Tickets - Unlimited admission to both Attractions during 2006! (Please telephone for details)

    Group Rates 2006

    These rates are available to groups of 15 or more people. Admission can be paid in advance or on arrival by the organizer. One leader is allowed Free entry with each 10 paying admissions. Free return visit is not available to group admissions.

  • Per person (4 – 60yrs, under 4 years FREE) £6.50
  • Disabled Concession £4.50
  • Further discounts available to Senior Citizens.
  • Joint Ticket to Blackgang & Robin Hill £10.50 per person (for group bookings only.)

    Please note that height restrictions apply on some attractions and ride opening times vary, subject to time of season.

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