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88 acres of country park gives plenty of room for your school group to run free and let off some steam. With its big mix of features and attractions, Robin Hill makes a great day out and is excellent value for money.

A great selection of rides, a 4D cinema, and lots of outdoor activities including a regular falconry display, climbing apparatus, forest walks and much more.

Why not add a ride on the giant hillside toboggan run?

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Robin Hill Country Park is in the Isle of Wight School Trips top 10

Robin Hill Country Park is a TOP 10 Isle of Wight School Trip Activity!

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Fun Factor 80%
Educational 70%

Average rating from past clients: 4.5 out of 5

Best Suited To

Robin Hill Country Park is best suited for children 7 years and up as well as adults

Robin Hill Country Park is great for all ages, but perhaps a little overwhelming for the very youngest visitors

Location of Robin Hill Country Park

School trip Isle of Wight location map for Robin Hill Country Park

Robin Hill Country Park FAQs

Here's some of the most frequently-asked questions about school visits to Robin Hill Country Park, posed by teachers and other group leaders

What about bad weather?

Robin Hill is mostly an outdoors attraction with few aspects under cover, so you will need to check the forecast and go prepared. This IS the Isle of Wight though so is one of the sunniest and driest places in the UK!

Are there any special requests or processes for group leaders on arrival?

On arrival please assemble the group near to the main entrance, but not blocking it.

An adult should then check in the group (remind them you are with Education Destination otherwise they may try to charge for entry. Any special requirements can then be dealt with before the group is called forward for entry.

Make a note of any special timings for events in the park during the day.

Are there any first aid facilities?

There is a dedicated first aid room adjacent to the main entrance. All staff are in radio contact throughout the park.

How does payment work?

We will pre-book your visit for you and your entry charges will be paid directly by Education Destination. All you need to do is show up at the agreed time, line the kids up outside, identify yourselves to staff and you'll be enjoying the park in no time!

Are there any toilets on-site or nearby?

In several handy locations throughout the park - see park map

How accessible is the park?

There are many areas of the park that are on (sometimes quite steep) gradients, and lots of the attractions are intended primarily for the able-bodied (climbing frames etc.), however there are plenty of parts of the park that ARE accessible and there is a free tractor/trailer ride that runs back and forth from the main entrance which can certainly help cut down the walking. If this is a concern please talk to us and we can suggest alternatives.

Is there anywhere on-site or nearby selling snacks, drinks or ice cream?

Yes - several cafes and kiosks

What about toilets?

There are several toilet facilities spread throughout the park, so you're never more than a few minutes away from a loo! On arrival you'll be given a park map and all of the facilities will be clearly highlighted for you, including disabled options. There's a block right by the entrance.

Are all attractions free once we are inside?

Not quite. Whilst the majority of attractions are included in the entry fee, there are some premium activities that cost a little extra, such as the hillside high-speed toboggan ride. If you have a particularly active older cohort you might want to budget a few extra pounds.

Is there somewhere to eat lunch?

The park has many picnic tables available for use. There are also cafes, snack bars and ice-cream huts within the park if you'd like to plan a treat or a hot lunch for example. We can help with that.

Are there any special or unusual requirements I need to know about before visiting?

Robin Hill is mostly outdoors, so clothing suitable for the forecast weather conditions is essential. Also consider sun protection and hydration.

Is there a first aid facility?

First aid is available just by the gift shop near the entrance/exit, with a dedicated medical room. If you need assistance whilst in the park, all members of staff are in radio contact with the front desk, so they will attend to you promptly.

Is there space to sit and eat a packed lunch picnic?

Plenty of picnic spaces and tables throughout the park

Are there any considerations regarding infection control?

Hand sanitiser stations throughout. Majority of facility is outdoors. Indoor areas may be subject to limits on capacity.

How much time should we budget for?

To make the most of Robin Hill we'd suggest earmarking a full day, however it's a popular choice for the afternoon of arrival to blow off steam after the coach/ferry journer, or for the last morning before departure as it's on the way to the ferry port from most of the seaside towns.

Educational Resources for Robin Hill Country Park

The following Robin Hill Country Park educational resources are FREE to use when you book your trip with Education Destination. Some include pre or post-visit classroom work, others are on-site activities. All are accompanied by detailed Teacher Notes and some even have sample lesson plans!

Prepared by our expert team of teachers with local Island knowledge, each resource addresses a specific National Curriculum topic. Click on any image for full details.

Robin Hill Country Park is proud to be part of the Island Classroom

Include Robin Hill Country Park in your next Isle of Wight school trip!

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