The Isle of Wight's bounciest and wettest attraction with over 20 massive obstacles to tackle, plenty of free-fall slides and fun but challenging elements to explore.
Great fun for water confident students aged 8+. Wetsuits and buoyancy aids are provided and there'll be a safety briefing beforehand.
For groups of 30+ we will arrange private hire of the facility.
Isle of Wight Aqua Park is great for all ages, but perhaps a little overwhelming for the very youngest visitors
Here's some of the most frequently-asked questions about school visits to Isle of Wight Aqua Park, posed by teachers and other group leaders
Wetsuits are provided, so you just need shorts / T-shirts or swimwear underneath, and it's probably a good idea to have a change of clothes for afterwards just in case. Changing rooms are available, as are toilets and showers.
Yes - ideal for supervision or for those not wishing to participate. The park is adjacent to Tapnell Farm so during the daytime it is perfectly possible to split the group if you do find that you have a number of students not wanting to play in the water.
IW Aqua Park isn't really suitable for non-swimmers. Buoyancy aids are provided however so anyone with a degree of water confidence should be OK. If you have some less able members of your group it may be better to request a private session.